## 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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Besides the simple value of figures, each has a local ralue, which depend upon

the place it stands in, viz. any igure in the place of

simple value, or so many ones; but in the second place, or place oftens, it

becomes so ...

Besides the simple value of figures, each has a local ralue, which depend upon

the place it stands in, viz. any igure in the place of

**units**, represents only itssimple value, or so many ones; but in the second place, or place oftens, it

becomes so ...

Page 15

... by saying,

simple value of each figure, join the name of its placbeginning at the left hand,

and reading to the right. - Ex-MPLES. Read the following numbers. 365, Three

hundred ...

... by saying,

**units**, tens, hundreds, &c. as in the Num ration Table. 2. To thesimple value of each figure, join the name of its placbeginning at the left hand,

and reading to the right. - Ex-MPLES. Read the following numbers. 365, Three

hundred ...

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Rao – degin on the right hand, write

hundreds in the hundreds place, and so on, towards the left hand, writing each

figure according to its proper value in numeration; taking care to supply those ...

Rao – degin on the right hand, write

**units**in the**units**place, ons on he tens place,hundreds in the hundreds place, and so on, towards the left hand, writing each

figure according to its proper value in numeration; taking care to supply those ...

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... 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, I dine, d. 10 loes, I

dollar, 3. E. 10 ars, I engo, addition or PEDERAL MONEY. 2. Dollar is the money

... 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, I dine, d. 10 loes, I

dollar, 3. E. 10 ars, I engo, addition or PEDERAL MONEY. 2. Dollar is the money

**unit**; Page 20

Dollar is the money

place from the dollar's placeA point or comma, called a separatriz, may be placed

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 theirplace from the dollar's placeA point or comma, called a separatriz, may be placed

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

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