The Sixteenth and Early Seventeenth Centuries
One of the great discoveries of the sixteenth century was that of logarithms made independently by Bürgi and Napier. This marked a state in the development of mathematics where sufficiently sophisticated methods were finally made available for the understanding of exponentials and their inverses.
KeywordsDecimal Place Geometrical Progression Radical Table Spherical Triangle Chapter XIII
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