Dimenfions are generally taken in fret, inches, and parts. Inches and parts are fometimes called primes, feconds, thirds, &c. and are marked thus : inches or primes, ('}, feconds ("), thirds (>"), fourths (""), &c. A Complete Treatise on the Mensuration of Timber: Containing, Besides All ... - Strana 33autor/autoři: James Thompson - 1805 - 87 str.Úplné zobrazení - Podrobnosti o knize
| Nicolas Pike - 1802 - 352 str.
...DUODECIMALS, Is a Rule made ufe of by Workmen and Artificers in calling up the contents of their works. **•Dimenfions are generally taken in feet, inches and parts. Inches and parts are** fometiraes called primes, féconds, thirds, &c. and are marked thus ; inches or primes ('), féconds... | |
| Nicolas Pike - 1807 - 352 str.
...their works • , Dimenfious are generally taken in feet, inches, and . parts. i , Inches and parte **are fometimes called primes, feconds, thirds, &c. and are marked thus ; inches or primes** ('), Jeconds ("), thirds ('"), fourths (""), &e. This method of multiplying is not confined to twelves... | |
| Nicolas Pike - 1808 - 480 str.
...a Rule, made use of by workmen and artificers in casting up the contents of their works. Dimensions **are generally taken in feet, inches and parts. Inches and parts are** sometimes called primes, seconds, thirds, &c. and are marked thus; inches or primes (') seconds ("),... | |
| Nicolas Pike - 1809 - 300 str.
...workmen and artificers in calling up the contents of their works. Dimenfions are generally taken in fret, **inches, and parts. Inches and parts are fometimes...primes, ('}, feconds ("), thirds (>"), fourths (""), &c.** This method of multiplying is not confined to twclots, but may be greatly extended : For any number,... | |
| Jonathan Grout - 1809 - 107 str.
...tip'the contents of wood, boards, Gf<r. the dimaifiont of which are taken in feet, inches, and fart i. **Inches and parts are fometimes called primes, feconds, thirds, &c. and are marked thus,** primes (') feconds ("), thirds ('") ; i 1 of each denomination make one of the next greater GENERAL... | |
| Daniel Adams - 1812 - 216 str.
...particularly ufeful to Workmen and Artificers iu carting up the contents of their work. Dimenfions are **taken in feet, inches and parts. Inches and parts are fometimes called primes** ('), féconds ("), thirds ('"), and fourths (""). TABLE. By this rule alio may be calculated the 12... | |
| Beriah Stevens - 1822 - 423 str.
...use of principally by workmen and artificers, in casting up the contents of their work. Dimensions **are generally taken in feet, inches and parts. Inches and parts are** sometimes called primes, seconds, thirds, and fourths, and are marked thus: inches or primes, (') seconds,... | |
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