## The Youth's Assistant in Theoretic and Practical Arithmetic, : Designed for the Use of Schools in the United States |

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The original standard of each of which is an inch

was a bar . and the number of inches in a solid ley corn taken from the middle of

foot is equal to the number of such the ear and well dried . Three blocks that ...

The original standard of each of which is an inch

**square**, English long measurewas a bar . and the number of inches in a solid ley corn taken from the middle of

foot is equal to the number of such the ear and well dried . Three blocks that ...

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What is a

power of a number ? - - hy the figure having 4

and Ti 7 . What is the

What is a

**square**? . Ans . root of a number ? - by the second A**square**is a A Bpower of a number ? - - hy the figure having 4

**square**of a number ? equal sides ,and Ti 7 . What is the

**square**root of 9 ? 4 equal aisgles I loi 4 ? 16 ? 25 ? of 10 ... Page 52

How would you proceed fofof a

number ? - - quarter of a foot on each sida how to find the cube root of a giv - la

boy 1 = iso . it . Ans . ( 121 . ) en number ? 17 . What is the

How would you proceed fofof a

**square**which measures a find the cube of a givennumber ? - - quarter of a foot on each sida how to find the cube root of a giv - la

boy 1 = iso . it . Ans . ( 121 . ) en number ? 17 . What is the

**square**root of 15 . Page 164

The least root consisting of i wo figures is 10 , whose

which has one figure less than the number of figures in the factors , and whose

cube is ( 10 * 10 * 10 – ) 1000 , two figures less than the number in the factors ...

The least root consisting of i wo figures is 10 , whose

**square**is ( 10 * 10 = ) 100 ,which has one figure less than the number of figures in the factors , and whose

cube is ( 10 * 10 * 10 – ) 1000 , two figures less than the number in the factors ...

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what will be the length of the sides of the

**SQUARE**ROOT . 165 • 1 . 11 529 feet of boards be laid down in a**square**form ,what will be the length of the sides of the

**square**? or , in other words , what is the**square**root of 529 ? From what was shown [ 264 we know the root must consist ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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