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### Literary usage of Cologs

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**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 ..."