The Resource A compendium of surveying; or The surveyors pocket companion. : Shewing, by a small table, how to work trigonometry, without the help of the logarithms, sines, tangents or secants;  likewise by the same table, a short easy way to find the area of a triangle, by having the two sides and the included angle given; and to ascertain the true content of any piece or tract of land either by taking the field notes in one corner or angle of the same, or in or near the middle of the field; or having the course and distance of the outboundary; and much truer than any one can do by plotting. : To which is added, how to find the quantity of the angles, and then to prove the field notes, whether they were taken true in the field or not., By Thomas Moody, philomathematicus, (electronic resource)
A compendium of surveying; or The surveyors pocket companion. : Shewing, by a small table, how to work trigonometry, without the help of the logarithms, sines, tangents or secants;  likewise by the same table, a short easy way to find the area of a triangle, by having the two sides and the included angle given; and to ascertain the true content of any piece or tract of land either by taking the field notes in one corner or angle of the same, or in or near the middle of the field; or having the course and distance of the outboundary; and much truer than any one can do by plotting. : To which is added, how to find the quantity of the angles, and then to prove the field notes, whether they were taken true in the field or not., By Thomas Moody, philomathematicus, (electronic resource)
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The item A compendium of surveying; or The surveyors pocket companion. : Shewing, by a small table, how to work trigonometry, without the help of the logarithms, sines, tangents or secants;  likewise by the same table, a short easy way to find the area of a triangle, by having the two sides and the included angle given; and to ascertain the true content of any piece or tract of land either by taking the field notes in one corner or angle of the same, or in or near the middle of the field; or having the course and distance of the outboundary; and much truer than any one can do by plotting. : To which is added, how to find the quantity of the angles, and then to prove the field notes, whether they were taken true in the field or not., By Thomas Moody, philomathematicus, (electronic resource) represents a specific, individual, material embodiment of a distinct intellectual or artistic creation found in Union Presbyterian Seminary Libraries.This item is available to borrow from all library branches.
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The item A compendium of surveying; or The surveyors pocket companion. : Shewing, by a small table, how to work trigonometry, without the help of the logarithms, sines, tangents or secants;  likewise by the same table, a short easy way to find the area of a triangle, by having the two sides and the included angle given; and to ascertain the true content of any piece or tract of land either by taking the field notes in one corner or angle of the same, or in or near the middle of the field; or having the course and distance of the outboundary; and much truer than any one can do by plotting. : To which is added, how to find the quantity of the angles, and then to prove the field notes, whether they were taken true in the field or not., By Thomas Moody, philomathematicus, (electronic resource) represents a specific, individual, material embodiment of a distinct intellectual or artistic creation found in Union Presbyterian Seminary Libraries.
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 iii, [1], 48 p.
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 Part of the library digital collection of Early American Imprints, Series I: Evans, 16391800
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 A compendium of surveying; or The surveyors pocket companion. : Shewing, by a small table, how to work trigonometry, without the help of the logarithms, sines, tangents or secants;  likewise by the same table, a short easy way to find the area of a triangle, by having the two sides and the included angle given; and to ascertain the true content of any piece or tract of land either by taking the field notes in one corner or angle of the same, or in or near the middle of the field; or having the course and distance of the outboundary; and much truer than any one can do by plotting. : To which is added, how to find the quantity of the angles, and then to prove the field notes, whether they were taken true in the field or not.
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 A compendium of surveying; or The surveyors pocket companion.
 Title remainder
 Shewing, by a small table, how to work trigonometry, without the help of the logarithms, sines, tangents or secants;  likewise by the same table, a short easy way to find the area of a triangle, by having the two sides and the included angle given; and to ascertain the true content of any piece or tract of land either by taking the field notes in one corner or angle of the same, or in or near the middle of the field; or having the course and distance of the outboundary; and much truer than any one can do by plotting. : To which is added, how to find the quantity of the angles, and then to prove the field notes, whether they were taken true in the field or not.
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 By Thomas Moody, philomathematicus
 Language
 eng
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 Microform version available in the Readex Early American Imprints series.
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 Evans
 Humphrey, C.H. New Jersey
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 Moody, Thomas
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 Surveying
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 A compendium of surveying; or The surveyors pocket companion. : Shewing, by a small table, how to work trigonometry, without the help of the logarithms, sines, tangents or secants;  likewise by the same table, a short easy way to find the area of a triangle, by having the two sides and the included angle given; and to ascertain the true content of any piece or tract of land either by taking the field notes in one corner or angle of the same, or in or near the middle of the field; or having the course and distance of the outboundary; and much truer than any one can do by plotting. : To which is added, how to find the quantity of the angles, and then to prove the field notes, whether they were taken true in the field or not., By Thomas Moody, philomathematicus, (electronic resource)
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 Part of the library digital collection of Early American Imprints, Series I: Evans, 16391800
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 iii, [1], 48 p.
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 A compendium of surveying; or The surveyors pocket companion. : Shewing, by a small table, how to work trigonometry, without the help of the logarithms, sines, tangents or secants;  likewise by the same table, a short easy way to find the area of a triangle, by having the two sides and the included angle given; and to ascertain the true content of any piece or tract of land either by taking the field notes in one corner or angle of the same, or in or near the middle of the field; or having the course and distance of the outboundary; and much truer than any one can do by plotting. : To which is added, how to find the quantity of the angles, and then to prove the field notes, whether they were taken true in the field or not., By Thomas Moody, philomathematicus, (electronic resource)
 Note
 Part of the library digital collection of Early American Imprints, Series I: Evans, 16391800
 Antecedent source
 file reproduced from microform
 Color
 mixed
 Control code
 000308722
 Dimensions
 19 cm.
 Dimensions
 unknown
 Extent
 iii, [1], 48 p.
 File format
 multiple file formats
 Form of item
 electronic
 Level of compression
 lossless
 Quality assurance targets
 absent
 Reformatting quality
 access
 Reproduction note
 Electronic text and image data.
 Specific material designation
 remote
 System control number
 (Sirsi) 000308722
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