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

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How many halves in a

other between six boys , how 5 . How many thirds in a wbole much will each

receive ? applet 15 . How many quarters in three 6 . " How many fourths in a

How many halves in a

**whole**14 . Divide one apple and a half apple ? Jof another between six boys , how 5 . How many thirds in a wbole much will each

receive ? applet 15 . How many quarters in three 6 . " How many fourths in a

**whole**... Page 24

Thus we see that the pame of the fraction shows , at the same time , the number

of parts into which the thing , or

are taken , or signified by the fraction . Suppose I wished to give a person two ...

Thus we see that the pame of the fraction shows , at the same time , the number

of parts into which the thing , or

**whole**, is divided , and how many of those partsare taken , or signified by the fraction . Suppose I wished to give a person two ...

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If 5 barrels of cider cost 15 be 3 feet , what is the

of 15 dollars will of the pole ? one barrel cost ? 2 barrels ? 3 ? 4 : | 18 . If 4 of a

guinea be worthy 13 . What is 1 - 5th of 15 ? 2 - 5th of shillings , what is the wortb

of ...

If 5 barrels of cider cost 15 be 3 feet , what is the

**whole**length dollars , what partof 15 dollars will of the pole ? one barrel cost ? 2 barrels ? 3 ? 4 : | 18 . If 4 of a

guinea be worthy 13 . What is 1 - 5th of 15 ? 2 - 5th of shillings , what is the wortb

of ...

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Each man ' s gain must evidently have the same relation to the

the inoney which he puts in , has to the

Each man ' s gain must evidently have the same relation to the

**whole**gain , thatthe inoney which he puts in , has to the

**whole**amount pul ier . In other words , the**whole**amount put in , will be to the**whole**gain as each man ' s share of the ... Page 145

To change a

equivalent

nume . Rule . — Multiply the

denominator ...

To change a

**whole**or per fraction to an equivalent mixed number to anequivalent

**whole**or mixed number . improper fraction . RULE . — Divide thenume . Rule . — Multiply the

**whole**rator by the denominator , and number by thedenominator ...

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