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Benjamin Martin

The young trigonometer’s compleat guide. Being the mystery and rationale of spherical trigonometry made clear and easy. ... By Benjamin Martin, teacher of the mathematicks in Chichester, and author of the Philosophical grammar.

London: Printed for J. Noon, at the White-Hart in Cheap-Side, near Marcers-Chapel , 1736.
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The young trigonometer’s compleat guide. Being the mystery and rationale of spherical trigonometry made clear and easy. ... By Benjamin Martin, teacher of the mathematicks in Chichester, and author of the Philosophical grammar. Library Average
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John MurrayVolume 12/5/17912/7/1791Martins Trigonometry
John MurrayVolume 12/28/17913/8/1791Martins trigonometry
Joseph StringhamVolume 13/26/17913/30/1791Martin's Trigonometry
John L. NortonVolume 14/18/17914/19/1791Martins trigonometry
Henry MastertonVolume 28/31/17919/8/1791Martins Trigon.
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