Method of measuring angles with a crossstaff Edmund Gunter was an English mathematician and astronomer who invented many measuring instruments which bear his name Gunters Chain the yardlong link chain used by surveyors Gunters Line the forerunner of the modern sliderule Gunters Scale a navigational tool and the portable Gunters Quadrant He also introduced the words cosine and cotangent into the language of trigonometry From The Description and Use of the Sector by Edmund Gunter London
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