Reference numberMS/95
TitleTables, 'sines and tangents, calculated to every second of the first degree of the quadrant', by Abraham Sharp
Date18th century [c.1714-1727]
DescriptionFair copy calculations organised by column as sines, cosines, tangents and cotangents. With a decorated cover and title: 'A TABLE OF Sines and Tangents. Calculated to every Second of the first Degree of the Quadrant. BY Mr. Abraham Sharp. of Little Horton.'

Abraham Sharp (bap.1653-d.1742) mathematician and scientific instrument maker was employed at the Royal Greenwich Observatory under John Flamsteed. He resided at Little Horton, Bradford, West Yorkshire from 1694.
Physical descriptionOn paper, in buff paper cover
Access statusOpen
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