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  • and mathematician of the Hellenistic period, considered the founder of trigonometry. Most famous for his discovery of precession of the equinoxes.
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  • Plane and Spherical Trigonometry and Four-Place Tables of Logarithms By W. A. Granville, Ph.D., LL.D. Plane and Spherical Trigonometry By W. A. Granville
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  • representation of values of trigonometric functions in various quadrants. A trigonometric identity is an equality involving trigonometric functions of Θ which
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  • Coordinate Geometry (1858, 3rd ed., 1861) Plane Trigonometry (1859, 4th ed., 1869) Spherical Trigonometry (1859) History of the Calculus of Variations (1861)
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  • the differential calculus, 1837 external link Elements of trigonometry, and trigonometrical analysis, preliminary to the differential calculus, 1837 external
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  • (1436-1476). Chiefly to him we owe the revival of trigonometry. He studied astronomy and trigonometry at Vienna under the celebrated George Purbach. The
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  • in nine books, of which the first is devoted to trigonometry. In his treatment of spherical trigonometry, he exercises great independence of thought. He
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  • Todhunter, I. "Note on the History of Certain Formulæ in Spherical Trigonometry," Philosophical Magazine, February, 1873. Die Basler Mathematiker, Daniel
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  • Algebra,' London, 1810, 8vo. 'Six Lectures on the Elements of Plane Trigonometry,' London, 1810, 8vo. These were included in a collection of his 'Mathematical
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  • Coordinate Geometry (1858, 3rd ed., 1861); Plane Trigonometry (1859, 4th ed., 1869) ; Spherical Trigonometry (1859) ; History of the Calculus of Variations
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  • author are designated in the DMM by the initials "T. P. H." Elementary trigonometry (1862) Articles published in A Dictionary of Music and Musicians
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  • published for his academy a Hebrew Grammar, and a treatise on ‘Plane Trigonometry;’ for his congregation, a book of ‘Tunes;’ and Funeral Sermons for Dr
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  • Principles of Analytical Calculation’ was followed in 1809 by ‘Elements of Trigonometry’ (Cambridge, 8vo; 5th edit. 1827, 8vo), a work which, according to George
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  • afterwards greatly improved by J. R. Young), 'Treatise on Plane Trigonometry,' 'Spherical Trigonometry,' 'Examples of the Integral Calculus,' 'Examples of the
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  • generalized view of angles and their measurement is treated in the article Trigonometry. A solid angle is definable as the space contained by three or more planes
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  • will be, as Delambre says, for ever the basis of trigonometry. The astronomical and trigonometrical systems are contained in the great work of Ptolemy
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  • 'A Treatise on Elementary Trigonometry,' Dublin, 1886, 8vo ; 4th edit, by Dowling, 1895. 5, 'A Treatise on Plane Trigonometry, containing an Account of
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  • ’ and translated (1768, 8vo) Mauduit's ‘New … Treatise of Spherical Trigonometry.’ Crakelt was intimate with Charles Dilly the bookseller, who left a
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  • in ele- mentary trigonometry, it has been suggested that our ordinary school trigonometry might appropriately be called the trigonometry of the octic group
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  • from the first six books of Euclid . . . with the elements of Plane Trigonometry,' Cambridge, 1819, 2nd edit. 1821, 3rd edit. 1827. 2. 'Algebraical Problems
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