A table of anti-logarithms:
containing to seven places of decimals, natural numbers answering to all logarithms from ·00001 to ·99999; and an improved table of Gauss's logarithms, by which may be found the logarithm to the sum or difference of two quantities whose logarithms are given. Preceded by an introduction, containing also the history of logarithms, their construction, and the various improvements made thereon since their invention.
By Herschell E. Filipowski.
|Main Author:||Filipowski, Herschell, 1816-1872.|
London, M. & W. Collis, 1849.
"Appendix. Table III. Annuities at 3 per cent. For three joint lives, of all combinations of quinquennial ages from age 5 to age 100. At the Carlisle rate of mortality." 11,  p. at end.
Appendix has special t.-p. dated 1850.
2 p. L., xvi, 220 11,  p.
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