The pure part consists of arithmetic, mensuration, and weighing.
And the exacter part of all of them is really arithmetic and mensuration.
Thus we have two arts of arithmetic, and two of mensuration.
Take another example of inversion, this time in the field of mensuration.
The theorem in Prop. 23 is the foundation of all mensuration of areas.
These two propositions are fundamental in the mensuration of the prism.
The applications of this problem to mensuration are numerous.
In the matter of the mensuration of the circle the annexed design has some interest.
mensuration smacked too much of the exchange, and before the time of Archimedes is practically wholly absent.
The chapter on mensuration is suited to the ability of beginners.
"act of measuring," 1570s, from Middle French mensuration and directly from Late Latin mensurationem (nominative mensuratio) "a measuring," noun of action from past participle stem of mensurare "to measure" (see measure (v.)).