Arithmetique made easie the second book: containing a perfect method for the true knowledge, and practice of artificial arithmetique' [sic] performed by logarithms: and resolving all arithmeticall questions by addition and subtraction. Together with the construction and use of an instrument called the line of proportion, exhibiting the logarithm of any number under 100000. Unto which is also annexed an appendix, resolving likewise by addition and subtraction all questions, that concern equation of time, interest of money, and valuation of purchases, leases, annuities, and the like. By Edm. Wingate, esquire.
printed by R. & W. Leybourn, for Phil. Stephens, at the gilded Lion in Pauls Church-yard,
|Edition:||The second edition, diligently corrected, and much inlarged by the author himselfe.|
|Series:||Early English books online.
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