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Trigonometrie, or, The doctrine of the triangles
|Statement||first written in Latine by Bartholmeuu Pitiscus ... ; and now translated into English by Ra. Handson ; whereunto is added (for the marriners vse) certaine nauticall questions, together with the finding of the variation of the compasse, all performed arithmetically without map, sphaere, globe, or astrolabe, by the said R.H.|
|Genre||Early works to 1800.|
|Contributions||Handson, Raph., Alsop, Bernard, printer., Fawcett, Thomas, fl. 1621-1643, printer., Tapp, John, fl. 1596-1615, bookseller., Penrose, Boies, 1902-1976, former owner., English Printing Collection (Library of Congress)|
|LC Classifications||QA33 .P513|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 208,  p. :|
|Number of Pages||208|
|LC Control Number||74166541|
Trigonometry: or, the doctrine of triangles. Hipparchus biography. He made an early contribution to trigonometry producing a table of chords, an early example of a trigonometric table; indeed some historians go so far as to say that trigonometry was invented by him. Finally let us examine the contributions which Hipparchus made to trigonometry. Trigonometry A treatise in this science.; Trigonometry That branch of mathematics which treats of the relations of the sides and angles of triangles, which the methods of deducing from certain given parts other required parts, and also of the general relations which exist between the trigonometrical functions of arcs or angles.
Subordinate Disciplines: Mathematics; Cartography; Trigonometrie, or, the Doctrine of Triangles, , based on the logs of Napier and Briggs, was intended as a navigational aid. It explained the application of logs to navigational problems. Trigonometrie, Or, The Doctrine of Triangles. Richard Norwood, described in the title as 'Reader of the Mathematicks in London' gives the first accurate guide to sailing in the middle latitudes, employing the England-Bermuda route to illustrate his methods (Norwood made the first survey of the Bermudas in voyages of and eventually.
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Both performed by that late and excellent invention of logarithms, after a more easie and compendious manner, than hath been formerly taught. Author of The sea-mans practice, Trigonometrie, or, The doctrine of triangles, Trignometrie, or, The doctrine of triangles, Trigonometrie, Brave Men Sometimes Cry, A table of the suns true place, right-ascension, and declination, for the present and next ensuing times, Norwood's epitomie, Fortification.
Description An Important Navigation Manual Richard Norwood. Trigonometrie. Or, The Doctrine of Triangles: Divided into two Books: The First shewing the mensuration of Right lined Triangles, the second of Sphericall Whereunto is annexed (chiefly for the use of Seamen;) A Treatise of the application thereof in the tree principal kindes of sayling.
Trigonometrie, or the Doctrine of Triangles, The Seaman's Practice, Published London. Fortification, or Architecture Military, Truth gloriously appearing, Considerations tending to remove the Present Differences, Norwood's Epitomy, being the Application of the Doctrine of Triangles, Family.
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Solution of triangles; a treatise on the use of formulas and the practical application of trigonometry and logarithms in the solution of shop problems involving right-angled and oblique-angled triangles, (New York, The Industrial press; [etc., etc.], ), by Erik Oberg (page images at.
The trissotetras: or, a most exquisite table for resolving all manner of triangles, whether plaine or sphericall, rectangular or obliquangular, with greater facility, then ever hitherto hath been practised: most necessary for all such as would attaine to the exact knowledge of fortification, dyaling, navigation, surveying, architecture, the art of shadowing, taking of heights, and.
‘Norwood's Epitomy, being the Application of the Doctrine of Triangles,’ 8vo, He had a son Matthew, who in –4 commanded a ship carrying stores to Bermuda. [The prefaces and dedications to his books give some indications of Norwood's career.
His Trigonometrie, or, The Doctrine of Triangles (), based on the logarithms of Napier and Briggs as well as on works by Wright and Gunter, was intended essentially as a navigational aid to seamen. In it Norwood explained the common logarithms, the trigonometrical functions, the spherical triangles, and their applications to the problems.
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The first of these was Trigonometrie or the Doctrine of Triangles, published in by W. Jones. This book had many new editions and reprints over a period of fifty-five years. It was also during that year that John Speed’s A PROSPECT OF AND THE MOST FAMOUS PARTS OF THE WORLD was published containing Richard’s map of the Bermuda Islands.
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Upon his return to London, Norwood taught mathematics and wrote a number of books on mathematics and navigation, which went through many editions. His Trigonometrie, or, The Doctrine of Triangles (), based on the logarithms of Napier and Briggs as well as on works by Wright and Gunter, was intended essentially as a navigational aid to seamen.
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