## The Youth's Assistant in Theoretick and Practical ArithmeticD. Watson, 1826 - 164 pages |

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**supposed**to have been correct . EXAMPLE . 16423 21230 90418 128071 Exce 7 4 - 1 Here the excess of the first line is 7 , the second 8 , the third 4 , and the sum of the excesses is 19. Then casting the 9's out of 19 , and also out of ... Page 17

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**supposed**to be right . N. B. When the excess of the remainder is less than the excess in the subtrahend , 9 must be added to it before subtracting the excesses . add the remainder 2192 , to the subtrahend , 4293 3 SIMPLE SUBTRACTION . 17. Page 21

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**supposed**to be right . › Multiplicand . Multiplier . Product . EXAMPLE . 357 56 2142 1785 - 19992 · 6 2 12 I first cast the nines out of the mul- tiplicand and find the remainder to be 6 ; then out of the multiplier and find the ... Page 30

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**supposed**to be divided in 360 equal parts , called degrees ; and these again to be subdivid- ed into minutes and seconds ; so that the absolute quantity express- ed by any of these denominations , must always depend upon the size of the ... Page 93

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**supposed**to be always due at the time the payment is made . The impropriety of this , as a general rule , may be shown by an example . Supposing A has a note against B for $ 10000 with interest , payable in one year , and B pays $ 200 ...### Common terms and phrases

2qrs additions amount annex answer Arithmetick barrel bush bushels called Cash cents ciphers circumference column composite number cube root currency day-book diameter different denominations dimes divide dividend Division divisor dollars DRY MEASURE equal Examples expressed Federal Money feet gallon given number given sum given to find half hence hundred improper fraction inches least common multiple left hand length less measure method of proof miles mills minuend mixed number moidore months multiplicand Multiply nine number of terms payment pence and farthings pound by inspection present worth principal proceed proportion quantity QUESTIONS Reduce remainder right hand rods Rule of Three RULE.-Multiply separatrix shillings side Simon Pond simple interest square root subtract subtrahend sugar supposed tare third term tion trett TROY WEIGHT velocity Vulgar Fraction weight whole number write yards cost

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