## Daboll's Schoolmaster's Assistant: Improved and Enlarged : Being a Plain and Practical System of Arithmetick Adapted to the United States |

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Dollar is the money unit; all other denominations being ralued according to their

place from the dollar's placeA point or comma,

after the dollars to separate them from the inferior denominations; then the first ...

Dollar is the money unit; all other denominations being ralued according to their

place from the dollar's placeA point or comma,

**called**a separatriz, may be placedafter the dollars to separate them from the inferior denominations; then the first ...

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The number to be multiplied is

by, is

product. - Note. Both multiplier and multiplicand are in general

The number to be multiplied is

**called**the multiplicand. The number you multiplyby, is

**called**the multiplier. The number found from the operation, is**called**theproduct. - Note. Both multiplier and multiplicand are in general

**called**factors, ... Page 69

The figure above the line, is

denominator; 5 Numerator. Thus, | - s Denominator. The denominator (which is

the divisor in division) shows how many parts the integer is divided into; and the

nume rator ...

The figure above the line, is

**called**the numerator, and at below it, thedenominator; 5 Numerator. Thus, | - s Denominator. The denominator (which is

the divisor in division) shows how many parts the integer is divided into; and the

nume rator ...

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The point prefixed is

towards the right hand, and each figure takes its value by its distance from the

unit's place; if it be in the first place after units, (orseparating point) it signifies

tenths; ...

The point prefixed is

**called**the separatrix. Decimals are counted from the lefttowards the right hand, and each figure takes its value by its distance from the

unit's place; if it be in the first place after units, (orseparating point) it signifies

tenths; ...

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22 -------------------T COMPOUND INTEREST, 1S when the interest is added to the

principal, at the end of the year, and on that amont the interest cast for another

year, and added again, and so on: this is

Find ...

22 -------------------T COMPOUND INTEREST, 1S when the interest is added to the

principal, at the end of the year, and on that amont the interest cast for another

year, and added again, and so on: this is

**called**interest upon interest. Rule.—Find ...

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