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By Kolodziej S.

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Then illustrates the rule : Example 3 to be found is N moving the decimal point 2k places to the Thus left (or right). 543, k - 1. The square root of a number n in the interior of Table I is obtained by reading off the corresponding number N from Table I. 35. 341, approximately. OO. 5. We Solution. lies, located. * 4. Solution. 06 in the lower part of page 2. 242, approximately (we chose the final digit as the even digit 2; see 18, Example 2). 001800. 6. The numbers under Solution. and the radical sign are to be expressed as numbers by 100 (or powers of 100).

Sin 2. the following equations, using four-place tables: 18 30' 3. sec 17 40' 4. sin 28 6. 69 40' cos 82 30' tan 15 40 ; : cot 18 50' tan 9. sec 10. sin 11. tan 12. sec Find 63 37 48 52 47 18 75 13. sin A A sin A sin A = 49 40' 30' esc 40' cos 10 30' 0' cot 19 50' 30' esc 25 40' 20' cos 5 50' 40' cot 87 30' 10' esc 24 the angle 14. sin 16. esc : 7. sin 16. 0' 30' 0' 6. sec 8. 3249. 305. 4314. 653. In finding the value of a function of an angle, is not given in the table but lies between two angles that appear, we use the method of interpolation, as illustrated in the following Examples 1 and 2.

Find cot 17 From x = the 15'. 5. 204 20' -1 The correction x can be called either 16 or 17. 220. always use the result which ends in an even Example Solution. 3. 4361. 220. Find A. lies between 23 30' and 23 at the right. 7. 34'. 4383 35 J TRIGONOMETRY 24 Example Given cos 4. A = x jj A - 65 X = 10 Find A. 4100. Proceeding as before, Solution. Cos Angle we have 8. 4094 50' ""65 48'. EXERCISES interpolation find the values of the following, using four-place tables: By 1. sin 41 2. tan 26 3. cos 11 37'; 4.

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