The mariner's mirror, [electronic resource] : part [III.] Being a new and compendious system of logarithms In all the different Kinds, viz. I. Nautical Logarithms invented by Mr. Wright. II. Natural Logarithms by Lord Neper. III. Common Logarithms by Mr. Briggs. With Their Application in the Operations of Arithmetic, the Doctrine of Ratios, Natural Philosophy, the Cotesian Geometry; and Navigation, in Particular. The Whole illustrated by the Logistic Curve at large; with the Construction and Delineation of all the Logarithmic Lines and Scales. By Benjamin Martin.
- London : printed for, and sold by the author, In Fleet-Street, No. 171, and by the booksellers in city and country. A.D., 1772.
viii,54p.,plate ; 8⁰.
- Eighteenth century collections online. Part 1.
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