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The United States practical navigator, in which all the calculations are made by arithmetic ...
|Statement||by Martin Roche ... and George Walter Roche ..|
|Series||Selected Americana from Sabin"s Dictionary of books relating to America, from its discovery to the present time -- 72312|
|Contributions||Roche, George W|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 75 p.|
|Number of Pages||75|
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Excerpt from The United States Practical Navigator, in Which All the Calculations Are Made by Arithmetic Many persons who enter the maritime profession do not possess any knowledge of the ordinary rules of computation' others, again, begin their career of following the sea, sufficiently prepared to perform any rule or method of calculation, but who from the nature of a seafaring life, do in Author: Martin Roche.
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United States practical navigator, in which all the calculations are made by arithmetic Philadelphia: Stereotyped for the authors by Mears and Dusenbery, (DLC) The United States practical navigator: in which all the calculations are made by arithmetic / (Philadelphia: Mears and Dusenbery, ), by Martin Roche and George Walter Roche (page images at HathiTrust) The voyage and shipwreck of St.
Paul. With dissertations on the life and writings of St. Luke and the ships and navigation of the ancients. The United States practical navigator: in which all the calculations are made by arithmetic / by Martin Roche and George Walter Roche. The United States practical navigator, in which all the calculations are made by arithmetic by Martin Roche () 5 editions published in in English and held by WorldCat member libraries worldwide.
The New American Practical Navigator was not just another navigation book. It was a tool—as important as sextant or compass. It was a tool—as important as sextant or compass. It is impossible to examine a first edition of this book and not feel, even over this great distance of time, a thrill of pride in what Nathaniel Bowditch accomplished.
Mathematics in America: The First Hundred Years 13 and subdue the new land. Just as geologists and biologists were needed to learn about the vast continent and its inhabitants, so people knowing mathematics were needed for the exploration: especially to map the coast-line and the interior, and to make the astronomical calculations necessary.
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A ten-thousandth of an inch counts. Turning a piece of torpedo machinery to within a ten-thousandth of an inch at an eastern Navy arsenal Contributor Names Palmer, Alfred T., photographer United States. Office of War Information. Created / Published. At the time, the foremost book on navigation was written by John Hamilton Moore of England.
Unfortu-nately, his book, The Practical Navigator, contained some 8, errors, some of which had been deadly for ships. The American publisher of the book, Edmund Blunt, first asked Bowditch to produce a revision and later suggested he write his own book.
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