Logarithmetica Britannica: being a Standard Table of Logarithms to Twenty Decimal Places

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    On the appearance of the first section of this important book, it is appropriate to give some account of the evolution of logarithmic tables.

    Logarithmetica Britannica: being a Standard Table of Logarithms to Twenty Decimal Places.

    By Alexander John Thompson. Part 9: Numbers 90,000 to 100,000. (Issued by the Biometric Laboratory, University of London, to commemorate the Tercentenary of Henry Briggs's publication of the "Arithmetica Logarithmica," 1624.) Pp. xviii + 100. (Cambridge: At the University Press, 1924.) n.p.

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    Logarithmetica Britannica: being a Standard Table of Logarithms to Twenty Decimal Places . Nature 115, 111–112 (1925) doi:10.1038/115111a0

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