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

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M. & W. Collis, 1849 - Annuities - 220 pages
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