TitleTrigonometria Britanica, or, the doctrine of triangles : in two books : the first of which sheweth the construction of the naturall and artificiall sines, tangents and secants, and table of logarithms ... : the other, the use or application of the canon of artificiall sines, tangents and logarithms ... : the one composed, the other translated from the latine copie written by Henry Gellibrand ...
PublisherR. & W. Leybourn
Place of PublicationLondon
|Previous Accession number||B273.82|
Extent, 96,  p.
Dimensionsoverall: 1 3/4 in x 8 1/4 in x 12 1/4 in
DescriptionOriginal Trigonometria Britanica was written in Latin by Henry Briggs, additions made by Henry Gellibrand - translated in 1658 by John Newton.
Part 2 includes "Chiliades centum logarithmorum pro numeris natuali serie crescentibus ab unitate ad 100,000" .
Part 3 includes "Canones logarithmorum pro sinubus & tangentibus ad fingulos quadrantis gradus, & partes graduum centesimas" .
Part 4 includes "Canones logarithmorum pro sinubus & tangentibus, ad tres primos quadrantis gradus, & parts gradum millesimas" .
Final page contains one fold-out diagram.