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### Lexicographical Neighbors of Cologs

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### Literary usage of Cologs

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Computation Rules and Logarithms: With Tables of Other Useful Functions by Silas Whitcomb Holman (1918)
"The use of cologs either with or without a table effects but small saving, except in case a series of substitutions in a given formula are to be made, ..."

2. Plane and Spherical Trigonometry by George Albert Wentworth (1891)
"B = 59° 31' 48". .-. C = 68° 35'. 11. Given fi = 6, 6 = 8, c = 10; nd the angles. a = 6. 6= 8. c-10. s =12. e — a = 6. 8-6= 4. í-с- 2. cologs ..."

3. Tables of Logarithms to Five Places of Decimals: With Auxiliary Tablesby Edwin Schofield Crawley by Edwin Schofield Crawley (1899)
"If, on the other hand, cologs are used, these three opera tions are reduced to one ... Ex. By using cologs the work of Ex. 0, p. xv., may be arranged in the ..."

4. Five-place Logarithmic and Trigonometric Tables by George Albert Wentworth, George Anthony Hill (1903)
"Using Formula [30] and the corresponding formula for tan JB, we may arrange the work as follows : a = 3.41 6 = 2.60 cologs ..."

5. Five Place Logarithmic and Trigonometric Talbes Arranged by George Albert Wentworth, George Anthony Hill (1895)
"... as follows : a = 3.41 Ь = 2.60 с = 1.58 2s =7.59 s=3.795 s - a = 0.385 s-6= 1.195 s — с = 2.215 cologs= ..."

6. Journal of the Institute of Actuaries and Assurance Magazine by Institute of Actuaries (Great Britain) (1882)
"By adding to the cologs of a» the cologs of the factors for each interval, the required logarithms of the annuity which £1 will purchase were immediately ..."