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By Florian Cajori

The slide rule, with its many adaptations, has been important to arithmetic and engineering on account that its invention within the seventeenth century. curiosity during this box has grown dramatically and creditors can nonetheless locate a lot fabric at cheap costs. regrettably there was little info to be had apart from brands manuals and catalogs, making this reprint of Cajori's vintage relatively necessary. additionally integrated with this reprint of the 1910 variation is Cajori's broad article at the historical past of Gunter's Scale and the Slide Rule throughout the seventeenth Century, released by way of the college of California in 1920, which units forth his next findings. there's additionally a worthwhile explanatory creation by way of Dr. Robert okay. Otnes, editor of the magazine of the Oughtred Society. 178 pages. Illustrated. 61/8" x 91/4". difficult disguise.

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96. Pouch, Echelles Enroulées en Spirales pour les Racines Carrées et Cubiques. [M. , Paris, 1905, p. 121. ] 97. Beyerlen’s Rechenrad. [Zeitschr. f. Vermess. , Vol. 15, 1886, p. 382; Gewerbe-blatt aus Würtemberg, 1886, pp. 201—206. Designed by A. ] 98. Paulin, Règle pour les Calculs Terrassements. [Portefeuille des Conducteurs des Ponts et Chaussées, T. XXI, 1889, p. , Paris, 1905, p. ] 99. Regolo di F. , Torino, 1886, pp. 163, 164. ] 100. Sanguet, Règle pour les Levers Tachéométriques. , Paris, 1905, p.

Hammer, Der logarithmische Rechenschieber, 4te Auflage, Stuttgart, 1908, p. 10. ] 30. Bradford’s Sliding Rule. , p. ] 31. Porro’s Scale Logaritmiche Centesimali. [Cited by Favaro, op. , p. , par J. Porra, Turin, 1850, p. ] 32. Regolo Calcolatorio di Oesterle. [Cited by Favaro, op. , p. 508, from Ernest Sedlaczek, Neber Visir- und Recheninstrumente, Wien, 1856, pp. 3, 4, and from Ernest Sedlaczek, Anleitung z. Gebrauche einiger logarith. ] 33. Altmütter’s Rechenschieber. [Zeitschr. f. Mathematik und Physik, Vol.

Studies along this line have been carried on by Ch. A. 3 With the aid of the ordinary Mannheim and similar slide rules it is possible to solve quadratic and cubic equations. This has been pointed out by E. Bour,4 Paolo de Saint-Robert,5 A. Genocchi,6 Quintino Sella,7 Favaro and Terrier,8 W. Engler,9 H. Zimmermann,10 H. C. Dunlop and C. S. Jackson,11 and A. 12 The computation of √(a2 ± b2), √a ± √b, (√a ± √b)2 and similar expressions with a single setting of the rule was shown by W. 13 Fürle’s general slide rule gives √(x2 ± y2 ± z2).

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