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

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... 84 96 | 108/120/132 : 144 ] To learn this Table : Find your multiplier in the left

hand column , and the multiplicand a.top , and in the como mon angle of meeting

, or against your multiplier , along at the

...

... 84 96 | 108/120/132 : 144 ] To learn this Table : Find your multiplier in the left

hand column , and the multiplicand a.top , and in the como mon angle of meeting

, or against your multiplier , along at the

**right hand**, and under your multiplicand...

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Although a ci pher standing alone signifies nothing ; yet when it is placed on the

them into higher places . Thus 2 with a cipher annexed to it , becomes 20 , twenty

...

Although a ci pher standing alone signifies nothing ; yet when it is placed on the

**right hand**of fiyares , it increases their value in a tenfold proportion , by throwingthem into higher places . Thus 2 with a cipher annexed to it , becomes 20 , twenty

...

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Numerate from the

saying , units , tens , hundreds , & c . as in the Numeration Table .. 2. To the

simple value of each figure , join the name of its place , beginning at the left

, and ...

Numerate from the

**right**to the left**hand**, each figure in its proper place , bysaying , units , tens , hundreds , & c . as in the Numeration Table .. 2. To the

simple value of each figure , join the name of its place , beginning at the left

**hand**, and ...

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Begin on the

hundreds in the hundreds place , and 30 on , towards the left hand , writing each

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

Begin on the

**right hand**, write units in the units place , tens in the tens place ,hundreds in the hundreds place , and 30 on , towards the left hand , writing each

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

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tions ; then the first figure at the

cents , and the third mills . ... It may be observed that all the figures at the left

of the separa trix are dollars ; or you may call the first figure dollars , and the ...

tions ; then the first figure at the

**right**of this separatrix is dimes , the second figurecents , and the third mills . ... It may be observed that all the figures at the left

**hand**of the separa trix are dollars ; or you may call the first figure dollars , and the ...

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