## Daboll's Schoolmaster's Assistant: Improved and Enlarged, Being a Plain Practical System of Arithmetick, Adapted to the United States |

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I MAKE use of DABOLL's SCHOOLMASTER's Assistant , in teaching

Arithmetic , and think it the best calculated for that purpose of any which has

fallen within my observation . JOHN ADAMS , Rector of Plainfield Academy .

I MAKE use of DABOLL's SCHOOLMASTER's Assistant , in teaching

**common**Arithmetic , and think it the best calculated for that purpose of any which has

fallen within my observation . JOHN ADAMS , Rector of Plainfield Academy .

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... together with a number of the most easy and useful problems , for measuring

superficies and solids , examples of forms commonly used in transacting

business , useful tables , & c . which are designed as aids in the

business of life .

... together with a number of the most easy and useful problems , for measuring

superficies and solids , examples of forms commonly used in transacting

business , useful tables , & c . which are designed as aids in the

**common**business of life .

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When accounts are kept in dollars and cents , and no other denominations are

mentioned , which is the usual mode in

figures at the right of the separatrix or point , may be called so many cents instead

of ...

When accounts are kept in dollars and cents , and no other denominations are

mentioned , which is the usual mode in

**common**reckoning , then the first twofigures at the right of the separatrix or point , may be called so many cents instead

of ...

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... of the United States , the salaries of all officers , the revenues , & c . are to be

reckoned in federal money ; which mode of reckoning is so simple , easy , and

convenient , that it will soon come into

.

... of the United States , the salaries of all officers , the revenues , & c . are to be

reckoned in federal money ; which mode of reckoning is so simple , easy , and

convenient , that it will soon come into

**common**practice throughout all the States.

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Multiply the numerater by the

denominator , & c . ko 3000 colio walen 15 Ans . EXAMPLES . What is the value

of of a pound sterling ? Numer . 2 20 shillings in a pound . Denom . 3 ) 40 ( 13s .

4d .

Multiply the numerater by the

**common**parts of the integer , and divide by thedenominator , & c . ko 3000 colio walen 15 Ans . EXAMPLES . What is the value

of of a pound sterling ? Numer . 2 20 shillings in a pound . Denom . 3 ) 40 ( 13s .

4d .

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