Napiers Bones Division
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- A true calculator
- Study of Divining Rods, concerning his 'bones,' which were sticks for helping do multiplication and division.
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- From Napier's Bones to Oughtred's slide rule to Pasacal's.
- The Works of John Napier
- John Napier contributed to many fields of science and philosophy. His mathematical . division and root extraction far less laborious, particularly for very large numbers.
- Napier, John.Rabdologiae.1617.Edinburgh.indd
- Examples of Napier's bones could be found, only a few years later, in such distant places as China and . Chapter IV: Division with the promptury and tables .
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- Division can be performed in a similar fashion. Let's divide 46785399 by 96431, the two numbers we used in the earlier example.
- Napier's bones
- Using Napier's bones for long multiplication and division.
- The Slide Rule
- Napier's bones make multiplication and division easier.
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