## 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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It teaches to express the value of any proposed number by the following

characters, or

value of

viz. any ...

It teaches to express the value of any proposed number by the following

characters, or

**figures**: -1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 0–or cipher. Besides the simplevalue of

**figures**, each has a local ralue, which depend upon the place it stands in,viz. any ...

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To know the value of any number of

the lost hand, ... To the simple value of each

placbeginning at the left hand, and reading to the right. - Ex-MPLES. Read the

following ...

To know the value of any number of

**figures**: Rule.-1. Numerate from the right tothe lost hand, ... To the simple value of each

**figure**, join the name of itsplacbeginning at the left hand, and reading to the right. - Ex-MPLES. Read the

following ...

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Write down in proper

line underneath, and begin with the units; after adding up every

column, consider how many tens are contained in their muni set down to

remainder ...

Write down in proper

**figures**the following numbers: Thirty-six. ... tens, &c. draw -line underneath, and begin with the units; after adding up every

**figure**in thatcolumn, consider how many tens are contained in their muni set down to

remainder ...

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... Being a Plain and Practical System of Arithmetick Adapted to the United States

Nathan Daboll. simple addition. |_- - - - - - ----- ~~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ | | | In To prove

Addition, the

this.

... Being a Plain and Practical System of Arithmetick Adapted to the United States

Nathan Daboll. simple addition. |_- - - - - - ----- ~~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ | | | In To prove

Addition, the

**figures**downwards in ---LE ADDITION. to wards, and if it be right,this.

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---LE ADDITION. to wards, and if it be right, this sum total will be equal to the first:

Or cut off the upper line of

amount and upper line, when added, be equal to the total, the work is supposed

to ...

---LE ADDITION. to wards, and if it be right, this sum total will be equal to the first:

Or cut off the upper line of

**figures**, and find the amount of the rust; then if theamount and upper line, when added, be equal to the total, the work is supposed

to ...

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