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

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10 Millions . Millions . C0100 Thous . 110 Thous . ei Thousands . Hundreds . 100

Thousondths .

Tens . 10 Millionths . Millionths . 0100 Millionths . co Billionths . From this table ...

10 Millions . Millions . C0100 Thous . 110 Thous . ei Thousands . Hundreds . 100

Thousondths .

**Hundredths**. v10 Thousandths . erThousandths . coTenths . Units .Tens . 10 Millionths . Millionths . 0100 Millionths . co Billionths . From this table ...

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5 parts of a unit , which is divided into 10 parts ; 50

of a unit , which is divided into 100 parts , and so on ; but as 5 . is half of 10 , and

50 half of 100 , the value of each is the same , namely , one half a unit . On the ...

5 parts of a unit , which is divided into 10 parts ; 50

**hundredths**denotes 50 partsof a unit , which is divided into 100 parts , and so on ; but as 5 . is half of 10 , and

50 half of 100 , the value of each is the same , namely , one half a unit . On the ...

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1 years and five

sum of 37 , tenths of a year ? and 8 hundred and twentyAns . 6540 . 456 yrs . one

thousandths , 546 and 35 | i 7 . Twelve 47 : 5 + 0 . 75 +

1 years and five

**hundredths**of a 1 year , and forty years and four 5 . What is thesum of 37 , tenths of a year ? and 8 hundred and twentyAns . 6540 . 456 yrs . one

thousandths , 546 and 35 | i 7 . Twelve 47 : 5 + 0 . 75 +

**hundredths**, eight and ... Page 89

We write down the nuinbers as for Addition , with the 43 . 25 largest uppermost .

As there are no

. 20 .

We write down the nuinbers as for Addition , with the 43 . 25 largest uppermost .

As there are no

**hundredths**in the 22 . 5 subtrahend , we bring down the 5**hundredths**. Proceeding to the 10ths , we are unable to take 0 . 5 from 0 . 2 ; Ans. 20 .

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Zadock Thompson. QUESTIONS FOR PRACTICE . 3 . A person bought 27 . 63 lb

. | 7 . What is the difference of cinnamon , and sold 19 . 814 between 999 and

ninety - nine Ib . how much had he left ?

Zadock Thompson. QUESTIONS FOR PRACTICE . 3 . A person bought 27 . 63 lb

. | 7 . What is the difference of cinnamon , and sold 19 . 814 between 999 and

ninety - nine Ib . how much had he left ?

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