The Term “Radian” in Trigonometry

@article{MuirTheT,
  title={The Term “Radian” in Trigonometry},
  author={THOS. Muir},
  journal={Nature},
  volume={83},
  pages={459-460}
}
NATURE of April 21, containing Mr. Thomson's letter, has just reached me, and I hasten to say that, had I known that his father had ever claimed to have originated the word “radian” I should, of course, have mentioned the claim in my communication to NATURE of April 7. As a matter of fact, Prof. Thomson never did so in my presence, and he certainly knew shortly after he came to Glasgow that I had on my own initiative proposed the word, and had made use of it for some years. One day when I met… Expand
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