# Book:James Pryde/Chambers's Seven-Figure Mathematical Tables/Latest Edition

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## James Pryde and Walter F. Robinson:

## James Pryde and Walter F. Robinson: *Chambers's Seven-Figure Mathematical Tables (Latest Edition)*

Published $\text {1930}$, **W. & R. Chambers, Limited**.

### Subject Matter

- Mathematical tables

### Contents

- Preface
- Note to Present Edition

- Logarithms of Numbers, $1$ to $108000$
- Reduction of Common to Napierian Logarithms
- Reduction of Napierian to Common Logarithms
- Logarithmic Sines, Tangents and Secants
- Angles contained by the Meridian with every Point and Quarter-Point of the Compass
- Logarithmic Sines, Tangents, &c. to every Point and Quarter-Point of the Compass
- Areas of the Segments of a Circle
- Circular Measures of Angles
- Natural Sines, Cosines, Versed Sines, Chords, &c.
- Natural Tangents
- Natural Secants
- Traverse Table, or Difference of Latitude and Departure
- Equation of Equal Altitudes
- Diurnal Proportional Logarithms
- Ternary Proportional Logarithms
- Amplitudes
- Semi-diurnal and Semi-nocturnal Arcs
- Meridional Parts
- Apparent Depression of the Horizon
- Dip of the Sea at Different Distances from the Observer
- Contraction of the Semi-diameters of the Sun and Moon
- Reduction of the Moon's Equatorial Parallax
- Mean Refraction
- Correction of Mean Refraction
- Sun's Parallax in Altitude
- Bessel's Refractions
- Correction of the Moon's Meridional Passage
- Augmentation of the Moon's Semi-diameter
- Mutual Conversion of Sidereal and Mean Time
- Reduction of Degrees to Time
- Reduction of Time to Degrees
- Motion of Mean Sun for Periods of Mean Time
- Distance of the Visible Horizon
- Reduction of the Moon's Horizontal Parallax and Semi-diameter to any given Greenwich Date
- Binomial Coefficients for Interpolation by Differences
- Links to be Subtracted from each Chain in an Ascending or Descending Line, to reduce it to the Horizontal Projection
- Height of Apparent above True Level
- Areas, Apothems, and Angles of Polygons
- Quarter Squares, Nos. $1$ to $5100$
- Conversion of the different Thermometric Scales
- Numbers often used in Calculation