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    Re: Tables of Trig Functions and Logs of Trig Functions
    From: Chuck Taylor
    Date: 2007 May 5, 21:25 -0700

    Gary LaPook wrote:
    
    > Table 33 in Bowditch, 1938 edition has logs of trig functions to one
    > second of arc. The rest of the book is interesing too,
    
    Not quite. It has logs of trig functions to one minute of arc, plus "diff" columns
    to facilitate interpolation to the nearest second. I am looking at my copy as
    I write this.
    
    Those same tables are in the 1943 edition, and perhaps others.
    
    Chuck Taylor
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