or, adapted for logarithmic computation, by introducing an auxiliary angle E, sin C a#39;sin E=sin i (0a#39;aa6aquot;) cos *1 } (308) smCcosE=cos }(6+6)s1n H In the triangle SPT we have the angle PTS: P, and therefore in the triangle Sa#39;PT we have theanbsp;...

Title | : | A Manual of Spherical and Astronomy |

Author | : | William Chauvenet |

Publisher | : | - 1864 |

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