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After a lemma , to determine from any table of observations the probability that B

the elder dies after A the younger of two lives , either in any

years , or during the whole continuance of the life of B , there are six problems . 1

.

After a lemma , to determine from any table of observations the probability that B

the elder dies after A the younger of two lives , either in any

**given**number ofyears , or during the whole continuance of the life of B , there are six problems . 1

.

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The tables are constracted for the degrees of heat from 30 % to 80° inclusive ;

and under each degree are

additions are made fuccessively of one part of water , from 1 to 99 inclusively ...

The tables are constracted for the degrees of heat from 30 % to 80° inclusive ;

and under each degree are

**given**two tables , one for 100 parts of spirit , to whichadditions are made fuccessively of one part of water , from 1 to 99 inclusively ...

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+ nx will approach nearer 10 that of m : n than by any

neither fir Isaac Newton , nor any man indeed who had not renounced every

principle of common senfe , ever supposed that there could be a finite ratio

between two ...

+ nx will approach nearer 10 that of m : n than by any

**given**difference . Butneither fir Isaac Newton , nor any man indeed who had not renounced every

principle of common senfe , ever supposed that there could be a finite ratio

between two ...

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