## 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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... that the square root of that number is required. */. Prefixed to any number,

supposes the

, or fourth power, &c. ARITHMETIC, ARITHMETIC is the art of computing by

numbers, ...

... that the square root of that number is required. */. Prefixed to any number,

supposes the

**cube**root of that number is required. v. Denotes the biquadrate root, or fourth power, &c. ARITHMETIC, ARITHMETIC is the art of computing by

numbers, ...

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What is the 5th power of 8? 8 the root or 1st power. 8 6. =2d power, or square. 8

so 3d power, or

. An. --OLUTION OR EXTRACTION O-Roc-T-- 167 what is the square of.

What is the 5th power of 8? 8 the root or 1st power. 8 6. =2d power, or square. 8

so 3d power, or

**cube**. =4th power, or biquadrate. = 32768 =5th power, or sursolid. An. --OLUTION OR EXTRACTION O-Roc-T-- 167 what is the square of.

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... approximate towards the root to uly assigned degree of exactness. The roots

which approximate are called surd roots, and hose which are perfectly accurate

are called rational roots. A Table of the Squares and

Roo.

... approximate towards the root to uly assigned degree of exactness. The roots

which approximate are called surd roots, and hose which are perfectly accurate

are called rational roots. A Table of the Squares and

**Cubes**of the nine digits.Roo.

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Then to the 1 sum of 21,5 [numb. +and- 4,5 V81–9 diff of the Greatest n amber, 26

,0 4} the diff. | Answers. east number, 17,0 - EXTRACTION OF THE

ROOTA

to find ...

Then to the 1 sum of 21,5 [numb. +and- 4,5 V81–9 diff of the Greatest n amber, 26

,0 4} the diff. | Answers. east number, 17,0 - EXTRACTION OF THE

**CUBE**ROOTA

**cube**is any number multiplied by its square. To extract the**cube**root, isto find ...

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... or figures, by the square of the last quotient figure, and that product by 30, and

place the product under the last; then under these two products place the

the last quotient figure, and add them together, calling their sum the subtrahend.

... or figures, by the square of the last quotient figure, and that product by 30, and

place the product under the last; then under these two products place the

**cube**ofthe last quotient figure, and add them together, calling their sum the subtrahend.

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