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Trigonometry -- Early works to 1800
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- Trigonometry: or, The doctrine of triangles. First written in Latine, by Bartholomevv Pitiscus of Grunberg in Silosia, and now translated into English, by Ra: Handson. Whereunto is added (for the mariners use) certaine nauticall questions, together with the finding of the variation of the compasse. All performed arithmetically, without map, sphære, globe, or astrolabe, by the said R.H.
- A breefe treatise of sphæricall triangles : wherein is handled the sixteene cases of a right angled triangle, being all extracted out of one diagram, and reduced into theorems, with the totall sine in the first place, so that by addition onely, they may be effected : as also, the twelue cases of an oblique sphæricall triangle, being likewise reduced into theorems, whereby with one or two additions at the most, any of them may be resolued by helpe of this canon following made with secants, and that only by such numbers as are therein to be founde, without first making any substraction, or vsing any mentall operation ...
- A brief (but full) account of the doctrine of trigonometry, both plain and spherical
- A compendious system of astronomy : in a course of familiar lectures : in which the principles of that science are clearly elucidated, so as to be intelligible to those who have not studied the mathematics : also trigonometrical and celestial problems, with a key to the ephemeris, and a vocabulary of the terms of science used in the lectures : which latter are explained agreeably to their application in them
- A description of the admirable table oe [sic] logarithmes : with a declaration of the most plentiful, easy, and speedy vse thereof in both kindes of trigonometrie, as also in all mathematicall calculations
- A treatise of algebra, both historical and practical : shewing the original, progress, and advancement thereof, from time to time, and by what steps it hath attained to the heighth at which it now is : with some additional treatises ...
- An institution trigonometricall : VVherein demonstratively and perspicuously is exhibited the doctrine of the dimension of plain and sphericall triangles after the most exact and compendious way by tables both of sines, tangents, secants; and logarithmes. By Henry Gellibrand professor of astronomy in Gresham Colledge
- An institution trigonometricall. : Wherein demonstratively and perspicuously is exhibited the doctrine of the dimension of plain and spherical triangles : after the most exact and compendious way, by tables both of sines, tangents, secants, and logarithms. With the application thereof in questions of astronomie and navigation.
- Arithmetical trigonometry : being the solution of all the usual cases in plain trigonometry by common arithmetick without any tables whatsoever : to which is added an easie, exact and speedy method for making the tables of natural sines, tangents and secants ; as also the making of the tables of logarithms and of the artificial sines, tangents and secants : with some useful tables in gunnery
- Arithmetical trigonometry : being the solution of all the usual cases in plain trigonometry by common arithmetick, without any tables whatsoever. To which is added an easy, exact and speedy method for making the tables of natural sines, tangents and secants: as also the making of the tables of logarithms, and of the artificial sines, tangents and secants. With some useful tables in gunnery. by Mark Forster
- Elementa geometriæ : methodo naturali clara & facili breviter demonstrata, cum appendice de figurarum elementarium dimensione per methodum indivisibilium : item logarithmeticâ & utraque trigonometria ad captum tyronum accommodatis : in usum studiosæ juventutis S. Andreæ
- Elements of geometry : containing the first six books of Euclid, with a supplement on the quadrature of the circle, and the geometry of solids: to which are added elements of plane and spherical trigonometry.
- Geometrical trigonometry, or, The explanation of such geometrical problems as are most useful & necessary, either for the construction of the canons of triangles, or for the solution of them : together with the proportions themselves suteable unto every case both in plain and spherical triangles ...
- Institutio mathematica, or, A mathematical institution : shewing the construction and use of the naturall and artificiall sines, tangents, and secants in decimal numbers, and also of the table of logarithms : in the general solution of any triangle, whether plain or spherical : with their more particular application in [brace] astronomie, dialling, and navigation
- Institutio mathematica, or, A mathematical institution : shewing the construction and use of the naturall and artificiall sines, tangents, and secants in decimal numbers, and also of the table of logarithms in the general solution of any triangle, whether plain or spherical, with their more particular application in astronomie, dialling, and navigation
- M. Blundeuile his exercises : containing eight treatises, the titles whereof are set down in the next printed page: which treatises are very necessarie to be read and learned of all young gentlemen, that haue not bene exercised in such disciplines, and yet are desirous to haue knowledge as well in cosmographie, astronomie, and geographie, as also in the art of nauigation ... To the furtherance of which art of nauigation, the said M. Blundeuile specially wrote the said treatises, and of meere good will doth dedicate the same to all young gentlemen of this realme
- M. Blundeuile his exercises : containing eight treatises, the titles whereof are set downe in the next printed page: which treatises are verie necessarie to be read and learned of all yoong gentlemen that haue not bene exercised in such disciplines, and yet are desirous to haue knowledge as well in cosmographie, astronomie, and geographie, as also in the arte of nauigation ... To the furtherance of which arte of nauigation, the said M. Blundeuile specially wrote the said treatises, and of meere goodwill doth dedicate the same to all young gentlemen of this realme
- M. Blundeuile his exercises : contayning eight treatises, the titles whereof are set downe in the next printed page: which treatises are very necessary to be read and learned of all yong gentlemen that haue not beene exercised in such disciplines, and yet are desirous to haue knowledge as well in cosmographie, astronomie, and geographie, as also in the art of nauigation ... To the furtherance of which art of nauigation, the sayd Master Blundeuile specially wrote the said treatises, and of meere good will doth dedicate the same to all young gentlemen of this realme
- M. Blundevile his exercises : containing sixe treatises, the titles wherof are set down in the next printed page: which treatises are verie necessarie to be read and learned of all yoong gentlemen that haue not bene exercised in such disciplines, and yet are desirous to haue knowledge as well in cosmographie, astronomie, and geographie, as also in the arte of navigation ... To the furtherance of which arte of navigation, the said M. Blundevile speciallie wrote the said treatises and of meere good will doth dedicate the same to all the young gentlemen of this realme
- Mirifici logarithmorum canonis constructio : et eorum ad naturales ipsorum numeros habitudines ; vna cum appendice, de alia eâque præstantiore logarithmorum specie condenda : Quibus accessere propositiones ad triangula sphærica faciliore calculo resoluenda
- Mirifici logarithmorum canonis descriptio : ejusque usus, in utraque trigonometria; ut etiam in omni logistica mathematica, amplissimi, facillimi, & expeditissimi explicatio. Authore ac inventore, Ioanne Nepero, Barone Merchistonii, &c. Scoto
- Mirifici logarithmorum canonis descriptio, ejusque usus, in utraque trigonometria : vt etiam in omni logistica mathematica, amplissimi, facillimi, & expeditissimi explicatio, accesserunt opera postuma ...
- Mr. Blundevil his exercises : contayning eight treatises, the titles wherof are set down in the next printed page. Which treatises are very necessary to be read and learned of all young gentlemen, that have not been exercised in such disciplines, and yet are desirous to have knowledge as well in cosmographie, astronomie, and geographie, as also in the arte of navigation ... To the furtherance of which art of navigation, the said Mr. Blundevil specially wrote the said treatises, and of meere good will doth dedicate the same to all young gentlemen of this realme
- The analytic art : nine studies in algebra, geometry, and trigonometry from the Opus restitutae mathematicae analyseos, seu, Algebrâ novâ
- The geometrical square, with the use thereof in plain and spherical trigonometrie : chiefly intended for the more easie finding of the hour and azimuth
- The seaman's companion : being a plain guide to the understanding of arithmetick, geometry, trigonometry, navigation, and astronomy. Applied chiefly to navigation: and furnished with a table of meridional parts, to every third minute: with excellent and easie ways of keeping a reckoning at sea, never in print before. Also, a catalogue of the longitude and latitude of the principal places in the world with other useful things. The third edition corrected and amended. By Matthew Norwood, mariner
- The trigonall sector, the description and use thereof : being an instrument most aptly serving for the resolution of all right lined triangles, with great facility and delight. By which all planimetrical, and altimetrical conclusions may be wrought at pleasure. The lines of sines, tangents, secants, and chords, pricked down on any instrument: many arithmeticall proportions calculated, and found out in a moment. Dialls, delineated upon most sorts of plaines: with many other delightfull conclusions. Lately invented and now exposed to the publique view. By John Chatfeilde
- Trigonometria : hoc est, Modus computandi triangulorum latera & angulos ex canone mathematico traditus & demonstratus
- Trigonometria : hoc est, Modus computandi triangulorum latera et angulos, ex canone mathematico traditus & demonstratus : una cum tabulis sinuum, tangent[ium] & secant[ium] &c.
- Trigonometria Britanica, or, The doctrine of triangles : in two books : the first of which sheweth the construction of the naturall and artificiall sines, tangents and secants, and table of logarithms ... : the other, the use or application of the canon of artificiall sines, tangents and logarithms ... : the one composed, the other translated from the Latine copie written by Henry Gellibrand ...
- Trigonometrie, or, The doctrine of triangles : divided into two books : the first shewing the mensuration of right lined triangles, the second of sphericall, with the grounds and demonstrations thereof , both performed by that late and excellent invention of logarithmes, after a more easie and compendious manner, then [sic] hath been formerly taught : whereunto is annexed, chiefly for the use of seamen, a treatise of the application thereof in the three principal kindes of sayling : with exact tables of the suns declination, newly calculated, and tables of the right ascension and declination of some eminent fixed stars, with the true times of the coming to the meridian at 4, 12, and 8 of the clock : fitted for the present season, and may serve for many years without any alteration : also other necessary tables used in navigation
- Trigonometrie, or, The doctrine of triangles : divided into two books: the first shewing the mensuration of right lined triangles, the second of sphericall, with the grounds and demonstrations thereof. Both performed by that late and excellent invention of logarithmes, after a more easie and compendious manner, then [sic] hath been formerly taught. Whereunto is annexed (chiefly for the use of seamen) a treatise of the application thereof in the three principal kindes of sailing. With exact tables of the suns declination, newly calculated: and tables of the right ascension and declination of some eminent fixed stars, with the true times of their coming to the meridian, at 4, 12, and 8 of the clock: fitted for the present season, and may serve for many years without any alteration. Also other necessary tables used in navigation. By Richard Norwood, reader of the mathematicks
- Trigonometrie, or, The manner of calculating the sides and angles of triangles : by the mathematical canon demonstrated
- Trigonometrie, or, The manner of calculating the sides and angles of triangles : by the mathematical canon demonstrated
- Trigonometrie. Or, The doctrine of triangles : Divided into two bookes: The first shewing the mensuration of right lined triangles: The second of sphericall. With the grounds and demonstrations thereof. Both performed by that late and excellent invention of logarithmes, after a more easie and compendious manner, that hath beene formerly taught. Whereunto is annexed (chiefly for the use of seamen) a treatise of the application thereof in the three principall kindes of sailing. With certaine necessary tables used in navigation. By Richard Norvvood, reader of the mathematicks in London
- Trigonometrie. Or, The doctrine of triangles : divided into two bookes: the first shewing the mensuration of right lined triangles: the second of sphericall: with the grounds and demonstrations thereof. Both performed by that late and excellent invention of logarithmes, after a more easie and compendious manner, than hath beene formerly taught. Whereunto is annexed (chiefly for the use of seamen,) a treatise of the application thereof in the three principall kindes of sailing. With certaine necessary tables used in navigation. By Richard Norvvood, reader of the mathematicks in London
- Trigonometrie: or, The doctrine of triangles : divided into two books. The first shewing the mensuration of right lined triangles: the second of spherical, with the grounds and demonstrations thereof. Both performed by that late and excellent invention of logarithms, after a more easie and compendious manner, than hath been formerly taught. Whereunto is annexed (chiefly for the use of seamen) a treatise of the application thereof, in the three principal kinds of sailing. With exact tables of the suns declination, newly calculated: and tables of the right ascension and declination of some eminent fixed stars, with the true times of the coming to the meridian at four of the clock in the morning, fitted for the present season, and may serve for many years without any alteration. Also other necessary tables used in navigation. By Richard Norwood, reader of the mathematicks
- Trigonometrie: or, The doctrine of triangles. First written in Latine, by Bartholmevv Pitiscus of Grunberg in Silesia, and now translated into English, by Ra: Handson. Whereunto is added (for the marriners vse) certaine nauticall questions, together with the finding of the variation of the compasse. All performed arithmetically, without map, sphære, globe, or astrolabe; by the said R.H.
- Trigonometry made easie : fitted to the meanest capacity, it being the foundation of astronomy, navigation, dyalling, surveying, geography, perspective, and gunnery &c.
- Trigonometry, or, The doctrine of triangles

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