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A wine merchant

thereof for 89049 dollars ; how many pipes has he remaining or unseld , and

what do they stand him in ? Ans . 178 pipes unsold , and they stand him in 1797 ...

A wine merchant

**bought**721 pipes of wine for 90846 dollars , and sold 543 pipesthereof for 89049 dollars ; how many pipes has he remaining or unseld , and

what do they stand him in ? Ans . 178 pipes unsold , and they stand him in 1797 ...

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What do 50 firkins of butter come to , at 7 dollars 14 cents P per firkin ? Ans . $

557 3. What cost 12 cwt . of Malaga raisins , at 7 dollai's 31 cents per cwt . ? Ans

$ 87 , 72 cents . 10.

do ...

What do 50 firkins of butter come to , at 7 dollars 14 cents P per firkin ? Ans . $

557 3. What cost 12 cwt . of Malaga raisins , at 7 dollai's 31 cents per cwt . ? Ans

$ 87 , 72 cents . 10.

**Bought**37 horses for shipping , at 52 dollars per head ; whatdo ...

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for freight seventy - nine shillings and six pence , for duties thirty - five shillings

and ten pence , and my expences were fifty - three shillings and nine pence ;

what ...

**Bought**a quantity of goods for 125l . 10s . paid for truckage forty - five shillings ,for freight seventy - nine shillings and six pence , for duties thirty - five shillings

and ten pence , and my expences were fifty - three shillings and nine pence ;

what ...

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Being a Plain Practical System of Arithmetic: Adapted to the United States Nathan

Daboll. : QUESTIONS , Shewing the use of Compound Addition and Subtraction ,

NEW - YORK , MARCH 02 , 1814 . 1 .

Being a Plain Practical System of Arithmetic: Adapted to the United States Nathan

Daboll. : QUESTIONS , Shewing the use of Compound Addition and Subtraction ,

NEW - YORK , MARCH 02 , 1814 . 1 .

**Bought**of George Grocer , 12 C. 2 qrs ... Page 51

A merchant

. how much of it remains unsold ? Ains . 70. 2grs . 171b . 10. From a fashionable

piece of cloth which contained 5 yds . 2na . a taylor was ordered to take three ...

A merchant

**bought**17C . 2qrs . 141b . of sugar , of which he sells 9C . Sqrs . 25lb. how much of it remains unsold ? Ains . 70. 2grs . 171b . 10. From a fashionable

piece of cloth which contained 5 yds . 2na . a taylor was ordered to take three ...

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Page 174 - Compute the interest to the time of the first payment ; if that be one year or more from the time the interest commenced, add it to the principal, and deduct the payment from the sum total. If there be after payments made, compute the interest on the balance due to the next payment, and then deduct the payment as above; and in like manner from one payment to another, till all the payments are absorbed; provided the time between one payment and another be one year or more.

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Page 184 - Multiply the divisor, thus augmented, by the last figure of the root, and subtract the product from the dividend, and to the remainder bring down the next period for a new dividend.

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