| Frederick Walter Simms - 1834 - 124 pages
...half of their difference being the index error. Such a method of observing angles is decidedly the **best, since the mean of any equal number of observations...error that may exist in the adjustment of the vernier,** or zero of altitude. The theodolite, as constructed in the manner we have described, is not inconveniently... | |
| Frederick Walter Simms - 1844 - 190 pages
...one-half of their difference being the index error. Such a method of observing angles is decidedly the **best, since the mean of any equal number of observations taken with the telescope reversed in its** T's, must be free from the effects of any error that may exist in the adjustment of the vernier, or... | |
| Basil Jackson - 1847 - 412 pages
...one half of the difference being the index error. Such a method of observing angles is decidedly the **best, since the mean of any equal number of observations, taken with the telescope reversed in its** Ys, must be free from the effects of any error that may exist in the adjustment of the vernier or zero... | |
| Benjamin Pike - 1848 - 356 pages
...half of their difference being the index error. Such a. method of observing angles is decidedly the **best, since the mean of any equal number of observations...error that may exist in the adjustment of the vernier,** or zero of altitude. The theodolite, as constructed in the manner we have described, is not inconveniently... | |
| Benjamin Pike (Jr.) - 1848 - 484 pages
...half of their difference being the index error. Such a method of observing angles is decidedly the **best, since the mean of any equal number of observations...error that may exist in the adjustment of the vernier,** or zero of altitude. The theodolite, as constructed in the manner we have described, is not inconveniently... | |
| Sir Henry Edward Landor Thuillier - 1851 - 828 pages
...one-half of their difference being the index error. Such a method of observing angles is decidedly the **best, since the mean of any equal number of observations...error that may exist in the adjustment of the vernier,** or zero of altitude. The Theodolite, as constructed in the maiiner we havedescribed, is not inconveniently... | |
| William Davis Haskoll - 1868 - 252 pages
...half of their difference being the index error. Such a method of observing angles is decidedly the **best, since the mean of any equal number of observations taken with the telescope reversed in its** T'S must be free from the effects of any error that may exist in the adjustment of the vernier, or... | |
| William Davis Haskoll - 1886 - 354 pages
...half of their difference being the index error. Such a method of observing angles is decidedly the **best, since the mean of any equal number of observations...error that may exist in the adjustment of the vernier,** or zero of altitude. The theodolite, as constructed in the manner we have described, is not inconveniently... | |
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