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" Bee that to divide one number by another, we subtract the log. of the divisor from the log. of the dividend, and the remainder is the log. "
Binomial Theorem and Logarithms: For the Use of the Midshipmen at the Naval ... - Página 50
por William Chauvenet - 1843 - 92 páginas
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An introduction to algebra, and to the solution of numerical equations

John Radford Young - 1851 - 12 páginas
...Hence, by help of a table of logarithms, division of n' numbers may be dispensed with : we have only to subtract the log of the divisor from the log of the dividend to get the log of the quotient: the number answering to this latter logarithm in the table is the quotient...
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A Treatise on Arithmetic ...

Noble Heath - 1855 - 455 páginas
...the same, we have 10*-2— >^oo, or 1(X= 10. Hence, we Bee that to divide one number by another, we subtract the log. of the divisor from the log. of the dividend, and the remainder is the log. of the quotient. Then, by inspection, opposite to this remainder we find...
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Orr's Circle of the Sciences: Practical astronomy, navigation, nautical ...

William Somerville Orr - 1856
...of the factors ; and against this log in tho tables will be found the product sought. 2. -Difwon.— Subtract the log of the divisor from the log of the dividend : tho remainder is the log of the quotient. 3. Рои-ers, ntiil Hoots. — Multiply il"." log of the...
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A Treatise on Arithmetic: Through which the Entire Science Can be Most ...

Noble Heath - 1856 - 455 páginas
...same, we have 10*-2= l°°-<>. or 10'= 10. Hence, wa t 100 see tha* to divide one number by another, we subtract the log. of the divisor from the log. of the dividend, and the remainder is the log. of the quotient. Then, by inspection, opposite to this remainder we find...
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Supplement to Bergen's Epitome of navigation, containing the new questions ...

William Cuulley Bergen - 1881
...Divide 2868 by 45 by common logarithms. 2868 log 3-457579 45 log 1-653213 63-73 log 1-804366 Table XXIV. Subtract the log of the divisor from the log of the dividend ; the remainder is the log of the quotient. See Bergen's Navigation, page 18, article 18. 10 wN SUPPLEMENT TO NAVIGATION....
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Bergen's Guide book to the local Marine board examinations

William Culley Bergen - 1881
...Divide 2868 by 45 by common logarithms. 2868 log 3-457579 log 1-653213 45 63-73 log 1-804366 Table XXIV. Subtract the log of the divisor from the log of the dividend ; the remainder is the log of the quotient. See Bergen's Navigation, page 18, article 18. 10 \v — SUPPLEMENT TO NAVIGATION....
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Newton's Guide to the Board of trade examinations of masters and mates of ...

John Newton - 1884 - 176 páginas
...I47-3108 „ 27000 by 1200 DIVISION BY LOGARITHMS. RULE. — Find the Logs of the two numbers, then subtract the Log of the divisor from the Log of the dividend. The number corresponding to the difference of these logs is the required quotient. EXAMPLE. Divide 2178000...
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Elementary Practical Mathematics

Frank Castle - 1899 - 404 páginas
...Add together the logs of the numbers, and find the number whose antilog is their sum. Division. — Subtract the log of the divisor from the log of the dividend and find the number whose antilog is the difference. Involution. — To raise a number to a given power,...
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The Mechanical Engineer's Pocket-book: A Reference Book of Rules, Tables ...

William Kent - 1907 - 1129 páginas
...together the logs of the two numbers, and lind the number whose log is the sum. To divide two numbers.— Subtract the log of the divisor from the log of the dividend, and lind the number whose log is the difference. To raise a number to any given power.— Multiply...
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The Mechanical Engineer's Pocket-book: A Reference Book of Rules, Tables ...

William Kent - 1902 - 1129 páginas
...together the logs of the two numbers, and find the number whose log is the sum. To divide two numbers,— Subtract the log of the divisor from the log of the dividend, ami liiul the number whose log is the difference. To raise a number to any given power.— Multiply...
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