A Treatise On Higher Trigonometry – J. B. Lock (1884) – 1st Edition

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THE present work is intended to complete the subject of Plane as far as it is usually read in Schools and in the junior Classes at the Universities. The introduction of the hyperbolic sine and cosine is an innovation which seems fully justified by their importance in other subjects, and by the simplification effected by their use in the statement of many theorems and formula.

High FACSIMILE REPRODUCTION: Lock, J. B. (John Bascombe), 1849-1921 A Treatise On Higher 1884 Facsimile Originally published by London :Macmillan in 1884. will be printed in black and white, with grayscale images.

will be 6 inches wide by 9 inches tall and soft cover bound. Any foldouts will be scaled to page size. If the book is larger than 1000 pages, it will be printed and bound in two parts. Due to the age of the original titles, we cannot be held responsible for missing pages, faded, or cut off text.

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Table of Contents

1. The exponential and logarithmic series
2. De Moivre's Theorem
3. Results of De Moivre's Theorem
4. Proofs without the use of /(-1)
5. On the summation of trigonometrical series
6. Resolution of sin o and cos into factors
7. On the use of v(-1)
8. The rule of proportional differences
9. On errors in practical work
10. Examples of the application of trigonometry to geometrical problems
11. On the use of subsidiary angles to facilitate
Numerical calculation
General miscellaneous examples

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