## 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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Rule-1, Place the numbers, whether

according to the value of their places. 2. Find their sum as in whole numbers, and

point off so many places or the decimals, as are equal to the greatest number of ...

Rule-1, Place the numbers, whether

**mixed**or pure decimals, unwer each other,according to the value of their places. 2. Find their sum as in whole numbers, and

point off so many places or the decimals, as are equal to the greatest number of ...

Page 75

u-t-Ma-Faa-TIONs. 713. From a unit, or 1, subtract the millionth part of itwelf. Ans,

999999 - MULTIPLICATION OF DECIMALS. Rule-1, whether they be

numbers, or pure decimals, place the factors and multiply them as in whole

numbers.

u-t-Ma-Faa-TIONs. 713. From a unit, or 1, subtract the millionth part of itwelf. Ans,

999999 - MULTIPLICATION OF DECIMALS. Rule-1, whether they be

**mixed**numbers, or pure decimals, place the factors and multiply them as in whole

numbers.

Page 143

Vulgar Fractions are either proper, improper, single, compound, or

single, simple, or proper fraction, is when the numerator is less than the

denominator, as , , 3, 4, &c. 2. An Improper Fraction, is when the numerator ex *

eeds the ...

Vulgar Fractions are either proper, improper, single, compound, or

**mixed**. 1. Asingle, simple, or proper fraction, is when the numerator is less than the

denominator, as , , 3, 4, &c. 2. An Improper Fraction, is when the numerator ex *

eeds the ...

Page 145

To reduce a

whole number by the denominator of the gion fraction, and to the product add the

numerator, this sum written dove the denominator will form the fraction ...

To reduce a

**mixed**number to its equivalent improper fraction. Rule.—Multiply thewhole number by the denominator of the gion fraction, and to the product add the

numerator, this sum written dove the denominator will form the fraction ...

Page 146

Reduce all whole and

the numerators together for a new numerator. and all the denominators for a new

denominator; and they will form * sinction required. Ex-MPLEs. 1. Reduce of 3 ...

Reduce all whole and

**mixed**numbers to their equiva lent fractions. 2. Multiply allthe numerators together for a new numerator. and all the denominators for a new

denominator; and they will form * sinction required. Ex-MPLEs. 1. Reduce of 3 ...

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