The factor here used is to be broken up, if necessary, by multiplication or division, (as shown in the margin, ) into two ... even when allowance is made for * It is, in fact, a multiplication table, whose limit is 1000 x 1000. t Instead of 1272 ac^4, 318anbsp;...

Title | : | Tables for the formation of logarithms and anti-logarithms |

Author | : | Peter Gray |

Publisher | : | - 1876 |

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