| Thomas Keith - 1811 - 388 pages
...Petersburg. Constantinople. Madras. Quebec. PROBLEM XVI. To find the Antteci, Periceci, and Antipodes of any **place. Rule. Place the two poles of the globe in the...of degrees to the southward of the east point will** shew the AntfEci ; an equal number of degrees, counted from the west point of the horizon towards the... | |
| John Lathrop - 1812 - 218 pages
...Prague. Bergen. Edingburgh. Rome. PROBLEM xir. To find the Antceci, Periceti, and Antipodes of any **place. RULE. Place the two poles of the globe in the...of degrees to the southward of the east point will** shew the Antceci ; an equal number of degrees, counted from the west point of the horizon towards the... | |
| Thomas Keith - 1819 - 380 pages
...upon the same meridian. PROBLEM XVI. To find the Antaci, Periaci, and Antipodes of any place. t Hide. **Place the two poles of the globe in the horizon, and...degrees to the southward of the east point will show the** Antceci; an equal number of degrees, counted from the west point of the horizon towards the north,... | |
| Thomas Keith - 1821 - 408 pages
...same meridian. • PROBLEM XVI. To fold the Antceci, Periceci, and Antipodes to the inhabitants of any **place. RULE. Place the two poles of the globe in the...of degrees to the southward of the east point will** shew the Antceci ; an equal number of degrees, counted from the west point ot the horizon towards the... | |
| Thomas Keith - 1826 - 360 pages
...never arrive at L. PROBLEM XVI. To find the Antttci, Periceci, and Antipodes to the inhabitants of any **place. RULE. Place the two poles of the globe in the...degrees to the southward of the east point will show the** Antceci ; an equal number of degrees, counted from the west point of the horizon towards the north,... | |
| Joseph Guy - 1832 - 412 pages
...Constantinople Madras Quebec. PROBLEM XVI. To find theAntceci, Periceci, and Antipodes)o the inhabitants of any **place. RULE. Place the two poles of the globe in the...degrees to the southward of the east point will show the** Antceci ; an equal number of degrees, counted from the west point of the horizon towards the north,... | |
| Thomas Ewing (of Edinburgh.) - 1839 - 348 pages
...is midnight to the other. (q) The anlteci, periasci, and antipodes of any place, may be found thus : **Place the two poles of the globe in the horizon ;...part of the horizon ; then, if the given place be in** N. latitude, observe how many degrees it is to the northward of the east point of the horizon ; the... | |
| John Rorke - 1844 - 188 pages
...PROB. 43. To find the Antceci Periasci and Antipodes to the inhabitants of any given place. Place the **poles of the globe in the horizon, and bring the given place to the eastern** edge of that circle ; observe how many degrees the place is from the east point, for so many degrees... | |
| Joseph Guy - 1845 - 370 pages
...Constantinople Madras Quebec. PROBLEM XVI. Tojind the Antaci, Periceci, and Antipodes to the inhabitants of any **place. RULE. Place the two poles of the globe in the...the east point of the horizon ; the same number of** iegrees to the southward of the east point will show the Antoeci ; an equal number of degrees, counted... | |
| B. S. Booth - 1852 - 32 pages
...aud the other from the opposite longitude, and where they meet, will be the Antipodes. By the Globe. **Place the two poles of the globe in the horizon and bring the given place to the eastern** edge of the horizon. Observe how many degrees the given place is from the eastern point of the horizon,... | |
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