To find the Orders of Differences To find any Term of a Series THE INVESTIGATION AND CONSTRUCTION OF LOGARITHMS, both hyperbolical and common Of Geometry considered as the Science of Demon- An Appendix to the above six Books of Euclid The Mensuration of a great variety of plane and On the new (French) Division of the Quadrant (note) 367 ERRAT A. PAGE 7 To the note at the bottom of the page add, "The sign denotes therefore." 18 Last line, for the difference, read d=the difference. -1 read n-1. 44 Line 8, for n Line 20, for n.n—1.n—2.n—3.n—4, read n.n-1.n-2.n-3.n-4. 64 Line 3, for Fo since, read For since ad. 66 Art. 68, after the word CONVERTENDO, add, Euclid pr. E. Book 5. 71 The note at the bottom is useless here, as it occurs in the latter part of The Properties of Numbers, pp. 108, 109. 97 Last line, for b=1.q, read b+1.q. 123 Dele the third and five following lines. 252 Art. 15. line 2, dele “or simple." 320 The three lines AG, BD, and EC in the figure, should intersect in the point Fon the circumference. Two or three of the figures in Part X. are very indifferently cut, but it is hoped that there is nothing which can possibly mislead, or affect the demonstrations. |