A point of land was observed by a ship at sea, to bear east-by-south; and after sailing north-east 12 miles, it was found to bear southeast-by-east. It is required to determine the place of that headland and the ship's distance from it at the last observation.... ELEMENTS OF TRIGONOMETRY, PLANE AND SPHERICAL - Pàgina 130per LEFEBURE DE FOURGY - 1871Visualització completa - Sobre aquest llibre
| Charles Hutton - 1807
...between these two lines was 55° 40'. What then was the distance required? Ans.' 741'2 yards. EXAM. xxn. **A point of land was observed, by a ship at sea, to...ship's distance from it at the last observation? Ans.** 26-0728 miles. EXAM. xxin. Wanting to know the distance between a house and a mill, which were seen... | |
| Charles Hutton - 1811
...between these two lines was 55° 40'. What then was the distance required ? Ans. 74 T2 yards. EXAM. xxii. **A point of land was observed, by a ship at sea, to...south-east-by-east. It is required to determine the place** ef that headland, and the ship's distance from it at the last observation ? Ans. 26-0728 miles. EXAM,... | |
| Charles Hutton - 1811
...land was observed, by a ship at *ea, to bear east-by-south; and after sailing north-east 12 ?u'les, **it was found to bear south-east-by-east. It is required to determine the place** &f that headland, and the ship's distance from it at the last observation ? Ans. 26-0728 miles. EXAM,... | |
| Charles Hutton - 1812
...between these two lines was 55" 40'. What then was the distance required ? Ans. 741.2 yards. ExAM. xxn. **A point of land was observed, by a ship at sea, to...from it at the last observation ? Ans. 26.0728 miles.** EXAM. xxni. Wanting to know the distance between a house and a mill, which were seen at a distance... | |
| Charles Hutton - 1816
...between these two lines was 55° 40'. What then was the distance required ? Ans. 741-3 yards. EXAM. xxn. **A point of land was observed, by a ship at sea, to...bear east-by-south; and after sailing north-east 12** Tniles, it was found to bear south-east-by-east. It is required to determine the pl.ice of that hentlland,... | |
| Charles Hutton - 1818
...; and after sailing north-east 12 miles, it was fonnd to bear south-east-by-east. It is required te **determine the place of that headland, and the ship's distance from it at the last observation ? Ans.** 26-0728 miles. EXAM. xxni. Wanting to know the distance between a house and a mill, which were seen... | |
| Charles Hutton - 1825
...between these two lines was 55' 40'. What then was the distance required ? Ans. 741-2 yards. EXAM. xxn. **A point of land was observed by a ship at sea, to...found to bear south-east-by-east. It is required to** to determine the place of that headland, and the ship's distance from it at the last observation ?... | |
| Charles Hutton - 1831
...between these two lines was 55° 40'. What was the distance required ? Ans. 741 -2 yards. EXAM. xxi. **A point of land was observed, by a ship at sea, to...ship's distance from it at the last observation ? Ans.** 26-0728 miles. EXAM. xxn. Wanting to know the distance between a house and a mill, which were seen... | |
| Robert Gibson, James Ryan - 1839 - 412 pàgines
...angles are 8У 45' and 85" J 15'. What then is the distance between each ship and the fort ? Ex. 8. **A point of land was observed by a ship at sea to bear** east by south ; and alter sailing north-east 12 miles, it was found to bear south-east by east. It... | |
| John D. Williams - 1840 - 605 pàgines
...determine the place of that headland, and the ship's distance from it at the last observation. 41. **A point of land was observed, by a ship at sea, to bear eastby-south ; and** af- В.. 42. If a round pillar of 30 feet diameter be raised on a plane, inclined to the horizon in... | |
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