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

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The figure above the line , is called the nuinerator , and that below it , the

divisor in division ) shows how many parts the integer is divided into ; and the ...

The figure above the line , is called the nuinerator , and that below it , the

**denominator**, 5 Numerator Thus 8 Denoininator , The**denominator**( which is thedivisor in division ) shows how many parts the integer is divided into ; and the ...

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Multiply the numerater by the common parts of the integer , and divide by the

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 the

**denominator**, & c . ko 3000 colio walen 15 Ans . EXAMPLES . What is the valueof of a pound sterling ? Numer . 2 20 shillings in a pound . Denom . 3 ) 40 ( 13s .

4d .

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Reduce the given quantity to the lowest term mention . al for a numerator ; then

reduce the integral part to the same term , for a

fraco tion required . 1. Reduce 13s . 6d . 2qrs . to the fraction of a pound . 20

Integral ...

Reduce the given quantity to the lowest term mention . al for a numerator ; then

reduce the integral part to the same term , for a

**denominator**; which will be thefraco tion required . 1. Reduce 13s . 6d . 2qrs . to the fraction of a pound . 20

Integral ...

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A Decimal Fraction is that whose

annexed to it , Thus , to 16 , illo , & c . & c . The integer is always divided either

into 10 , 100 , 1000 , & c . equal parts ; consequently the

A Decimal Fraction is that whose

**denominator**is a unit , with a cipher , or ciphersannexed to it , Thus , to 16 , illo , & c . & c . The integer is always divided either

into 10 , 100 , 1000 , & c . equal parts ; consequently the

**denominator**of the ... Page 83

Annex ci phers to the numerator , and divide by the

quotient will be the decimal required . NOTE . So many ciphers as you annex to

the given numerator , so many places must be pointed in the quotient ; and if

there be ...

Annex ci phers to the numerator , and divide by the

**denominator**; and thequotient will be the decimal required . NOTE . So many ciphers as you annex to

the given numerator , so many places must be pointed in the quotient ; and if

there be ...

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