1908 Slide Rule Manual Circular Calculator Engineering For Sale

THE SLIDE RULE:

THE PRACTICAL MANUAL

ON CD

BY – Charles N. Pickworth

1908

123 pages – on CD

Actual images of every page, in Adobe Acrobat Reader .PDF format. Works with any computer, and is easy to use and read. Some scans are imperfect.

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Contents:

Introductory The mathematical principles of the slide rule Notation by powers of 10 The mechanical principle of the slide rule The primitive slide rule The modern slide rule The notation of the slide rule The cursor or use of the upper seales for multiplication and division Reciprocals Continued multiplication and division Multiplication and division with the slide inverted Proportion General hints on the elementary uses of the slide rules Squares and square roots Cubes and cube roots Miscellaneous powers and roots Power sand roots by logarithms Other methods of obtaining powers and roots Combined operations Hints on evaluating expressions Gauge points Examples in technical calculations Trigonometrically application Slide rules with log-log seales Special types of slide rules Long scale slide rules Circular Calculators Slide rules for special calculations Constructional improvements in slide rule The accuracy of slide rule results Slide rule data slips

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