Melvil Decimal System: 510.83
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Works under MDS 510.83
- Handbook of Mathematical Tables and Formulas by Richard Stevens Burington
- Mathematical Tables and Formulas by Robert Daniel Carmichael
- Mathematics Tables and How to Use Them by Bradley V. Smith
- Logarithmic and other trigonometric tables by Kaj Leo Nielsen
- Logarithmic and other tables for schools by Frank Castle
- K + E Log Log Duplex Trig Slide Rule Manual No. N4080 by Lyman M. Kells
- Areas and Logarithms by A. I. Markushevich
- Chambers's Seven-Figure Mathematical Tables by James Pryde
- A new manual of logarithms to seven places of decimals by C. Bruhns
- Logarithmic Tables of Numbers and Trigonometrical Functions by BARON VON VEGA
- Formulas and theorems for the special functions of mathematical physics by Wilhelm Magnus
- Mathematical tables of elementary and some higher mathematical functions by Herbert Bristol Dwight
- Mathematical tables; containing the common, hyperbolic, and logistic logarithms. by Charles Hutton
- Smoley's Three Combined Tables by C. K. Smoley
- Formulas - Cube Root Logarithms by I.C.S. Staff
- Formulas by International Correspondence Schools
- Mathematical Tables and Formulas by W.R. Longley P.F. Smith
- Logarithms simplified. by Albert B. Carson
- Tables of the higher mathematical functions, Volume 1 by Harold T. Davis
- Six-figure logarithms, antilogarithms, and logarithmic trigonometrical functions by C. Attwood
- Rinehart Mathematical Tables by Harold D. Larsen
- Tabeller og formelsamling by Kåre P. Dalen
- Manuale per il calcolo logaritmico e meccanico a cinque cifre significative, nelle applicazioni della topografia dell'estimo e della matematica finanziaria by Lorenzo Lanza
- Guide to elementary statistical formulas by Robert E. Johnson
- Coming TOP Math: Ages 5-6 (Coming Top) by Jill Jones
- CRC Standard Mathematical Tables-20th Edition by Samuel M. Selby
- Formulas, cube root, logarithms by International Textbook Company
- Advanced five-figure mathematical tables by C. Attwood
- Ecuaciones exponenciales by Colegio24hs.,
- Seven-Place Values of Trigonometric Functions for Every Thousandth of a Degree by J Peters
- Six-figure tables of trigonometric functions by Leonid S. Khrenov
- Tables of the Function arc sin z by Staff of the Computational Laboratory Harvard University
- Tables of fractional powers by United States.,
- 50-100 binomial tables by Harry Gutelius Romig
- Tabelle logaritmiche per chimici, farmacisti, medici e fisici by Friedrich Wilhelm Küster
- Logarithmisch-Trigonometrische Tafeln mit fünf Dezimalstellen by Th. Albrecht
- Logaritmos by Colegio24hs.,
MDS classes with significant recommendations overlap, excluding ones under the same top-level class.
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