logarithmus
See also: Logarithmus
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NounEdit
logarithmus m (genitive logarithmī); second declension
- (mathematics) logarithm
- 1620, John Napier, Mirifici Logarithmorum Canonis Constructio, Preface by Robert Napier, p. 3:
- Habes igitur (Lector benevole) in hoc libellо, doctrinam constructionis Logarithmorum (quos híc numeros artificiales appellat; hunc enim tractatum, ante inventam Logarithmorum vocem, apud se pro aliquot annos conscriptum habuerat) copiosissime explicatam; in qua eorum natura, symptomata, ас variae ad naturales eorum numeros habitudines perspicue demonstrantur.
- You have therefore (kind Reader) in this pamphlet, the teaching of the construction of Logarithms (which here he calls artificial numbers; indeed he had had in this treatise written by it for some years before the name of Logarithms was found) most copiously explained; in which are clearly shown the nature and characteristics of them, as well as the various conditions for their natural numbers.
- Habes igitur (Lector benevole) in hoc libellо, doctrinam constructionis Logarithmorum (quos híc numeros artificiales appellat; hunc enim tractatum, ante inventam Logarithmorum vocem, apud se pro aliquot annos conscriptum habuerat) copiosissime explicatam; in qua eorum natura, symptomata, ас variae ad naturales eorum numeros habitudines perspicue demonstrantur.
- 1620, John Napier, Mirifici Logarithmorum Canonis Constructio, Preface by Robert Napier, p. 3:
InflectionEdit
Case | Singular | Plural |
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nominative | logarithmus | logarithmī |
genitive | logarithmī | logarithmōrum |
dative | logarithmō | logarithmīs |
accusative | logarithmum | logarithmōs |
ablative | logarithmō | logarithmīs |
vocative | logarithme | logarithmī |