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

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Page 38

8 . Repeat the table of dry meas . bushel in Vermont ? ure . CIRCULAR

MEASURE . 38 . Every circle , without re - measure . gard to its size , is

to be 2 . How many seconds in two min . divided into 360 equal parts , call - utes

? three ...

8 . Repeat the table of dry meas . bushel in Vermont ? ure . CIRCULAR

MEASURE . 38 . Every circle , without re - measure . gard to its size , is

**supposed**to be 2 . How many seconds in two min . divided into 360 equal parts , call - utes

? three ...

Page 119

By this method the interest is

made ; and although , on that account , it is not always perfectly correct , it is

perhaps sufficiently so for common us extensively used , and is established by

law in ...

By this method the interest is

**supposed**to be always due whenever a payment ismade ; and although , on that account , it is not always perfectly correct , it is

perhaps sufficiently so for common us extensively used , and is established by

law in ...

Page 179

Position is a rule by which the true answer to a cer . taia class of questions is

discovered by the use of false , or

to be double that of B ' s , and B ' s age triple that of C ' s , and the sum of their

ages ...

Position is a rule by which the true answer to a cer . taia class of questions is

discovered by the use of false , or

**supposed**numbers . 289 . Supposing A ' s ageto be double that of B ' s , and B ' s age triple that of C ' s , and the sum of their

ages ...

Page 180

Multiply the first

number by the first error ; and if the errors be alike , ( that is , both too great or

both too small , ) divide the differeace of the products by the difference of the

errors ; but ...

Multiply the first

**supposed**number by the last er . ror , and the last**supposed**number by the first error ; and if the errors be alike , ( that is , both too great or

both too small , ) divide the differeace of the products by the difference of the

errors ; but ...

Page 197

... body should be fixed ; the chaise maker advised to place it 30 inches before

the axletree ; others

for the horse . Now suppossing two passengers to weigh 3 cwt . and the body 18

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... body should be fixed ; the chaise maker advised to place it 30 inches before

the axletree ; others

**supposed**that 20 inches would be a sufficient incumbrancefor the horse . Now suppossing two passengers to weigh 3 cwt . and the body 18

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