By Erik Oberg

Thoroughly up-to-date and revised to mirror the alterations and additions made to the twenty ninth version, the advisor permits clients to maximise the large sensible price on hand from Machinerys Handbook.

Mathematical formulation and Tables

Measurement and Inspection

Standard Tapers

Threads

Fastener Information

Cutting Fluids

Drilling and Reaming

Tapping

Speeds and Feeds

Milling Cutters

Keys and Keyseats

Broaching

Cutting instruments for Turning

Machining Operations

Computer Numerical Control

Grinding Wheels

Gearing

Properties of Materials

Standards for Drawings

Allowances and Tolerances

Surface Texture

Conversion Factors

Index

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0000000, in the column “tan” labeled across the top of the table. 99942. Example 2:Find the tangent of 45 degrees, 5 minutes. 005835, respectively. 00292. —In the Handbook, the values of trigonometric functions are given to degrees and 10-minute increments; hence, if the given angle is in degrees, minutes, and seconds, the value of the function is determined from the nearest given values by interpolation. Example 3:Assume that the sine of 14° 22′ 26″ is to be determined. It is evident that this value lies between the sine of 14°20′ and the sine of 14°30′.

Sin 118° = sin (180° − 118°) = sin 62°. 882948. The cosine, tangent, and cotangent of an angle greater than 90 but less than 180 degrees equals, respectively, the cosine, tangent, and cotangent of the difference between 180 degrees and the given angle; but the angular function has a negative value and must be preceded by a minus sign. Example 6:Find tan 123 degrees, 20 minutes. 520426 58 TRIGONOMETRY Example 7: Find csc 150 degrees. 0 In the calculation of triangles, it is very important to include the minus sign in connection with the sines, cosines, tangents, and cotangents of angles greater than 90 degrees.

1), the ratio between these sides is 1 ÷ 1⁄2 = 2 or 1⁄2 ÷ 1 = 1⁄2 depending upon how the ratio is stated. If the next triangle is measured, the ratio between the base and altitude will likewise be either 2 or 1⁄2, and this will always be true for any number of triangles, if the angle remains unchanged. For example, 3 ÷ 11⁄2 = 2 and 41⁄2 ÷ 21⁄4 = 2 or 11⁄2 ÷ 3 = 1⁄2 and 21⁄4 ÷ 41⁄2 = 1⁄2. Fig. 1. For a Given Angle, the Radio of the Base to the Altitude Is the Same for All Triangle Sizes 53 54 TRIGONOMETRY This relationship explains why rules can be developed to find the length of any side of a triangle when the angle and one side are known or to find the angle when any two sides are known.