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Plimpton 322 487 Dr. Troglodyte 25-Aug-17 13:40
Re: Plimpton 322 75 Eddie Larry 25-Aug-17 13:58
Oldest Known (3,700 BP) Trigonometric Table Analyzed--COOL 100 Clifton Hicks 25-Aug-17 15:48
Re: Oldest Known (3,700 BP) Trigonometric Table Analyzed--COOL 69 Clifton Hicks 25-Aug-17 15:54
Mod Note > Topic Merged 48 Dr. Troglodyte 25-Aug-17 16:05
Mansfield and Wildberger 116 Dr. Troglodyte 25-Aug-17 18:58
Two column headings: IB₂-SI 59 MDaines 26-Aug-17 08:57
Re: Two column headings: IB₂-SI 49 Dr. Troglodyte 26-Aug-17 17:23
Mansfield and Wildberger Published Paper 49 Dr. Troglodyte 27-Aug-17 16:34
Re: Plimpton 322 53 michael seabrook 26-Aug-17 17:59
Re: Plimpton 322 77 Dr. Troglodyte 26-Aug-17 18:40
Hipparchus not the father of trigonometry? 54 solaremp 29-Aug-17 18:13
Re: Hipparchus not the father of trigonometry? 34 Eddie Larry 29-Aug-17 19:57
Re: Hipparchus not the father of trigonometry? 32 solaremp 29-Aug-17 20:51
Mod Note > Duplicate Topic Merged 66 Dr. Troglodyte 29-Aug-17 23:49


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