## 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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Compound Interest, - – of

with Sterling, &c. - - - - - showing the value of Federal Money in other currencies,

Tare and Tret, - - - - - - - Useful Forms in transacting business, - - - - Weights of ...

Compound Interest, - – of

**Cents**, answering to the currencies of the United States,with Sterling, &c. - - - - - showing the value of Federal Money in other currencies,

Tare and Tret, - - - - - - - Useful Forms in transacting business, - - - - Weights of ...

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This is the most simple and easy of all money—it in creases in a tenfold

proportion, like whole numbers. 10 mills, (m.) make 1

dine, d. 10 loes, I dollar, 3. E. 10 ars, I engo, addition or PEDERAL MONEY. 2.

Dollar is the ...

This is the most simple and easy of all money—it in creases in a tenfold

proportion, like whole numbers. 10 mills, (m.) make 1

**cent**, marked t10 roots, Idine, d. 10 loes, I dollar, 3. E. 10 ars, I engo, addition or PEDERAL MONEY. 2.

Dollar is the ...

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Place the numbers according to their value; that is, dollars under dollars, dimes

under dimes, conts under

then place the separatrix in the sum total, directly under the separating points ...

Place the numbers according to their value; that is, dollars under dollars, dimes

under dimes, conts under

**cents**, &c. and proceed exactly as in whole numbers;then place the separatrix in the sum total, directly under the separating points ...

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Find the sum of 304 dollars, 39

12 dollars and 10

Seven hundred forty-four dol lars and fifty-seven

cts ...

Find the sum of 304 dollars, 39

**cents**; 291 dollars, 9**cents**; 136 dollars, 99**cents**;12 dollars and 10

**cents**. 304, 39 291, 09 Thus, 136, 99 12, 10 Sum, 744, 57.Seven hundred forty-four dol lars and fifty-seven

**cents**. (2.) (3.) (4.) 3. cts. $. cts. $.cts ...

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the value of the whole ship and cargo? Ans. 113792, 46 cts. - A TAILOR'S BILL.

Mr. James Paywell, To Timothy Taylor, Dr. 1814, 3. cts. o-cos. pril 15. To 2 yds.

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**cents**; and one quarter of her cargo is worth 25411 dols. 65**cents**. Pray what isthe value of the whole ship and cargo? Ans. 113792, 46 cts. - A TAILOR'S BILL.

Mr. James Paywell, To Timothy Taylor, Dr. 1814, 3. cts. o-cos. pril 15. To 2 yds.

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