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

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... and so absolutely neces . sary to be understood by every one , that I have

introduced it immediately after addition of whole numbers , and also shown how

to find the value of goods therein , immediately after simple

may ...

... and so absolutely neces . sary to be understood by every one , that I have

introduced it immediately after addition of whole numbers , and also shown how

to find the value of goods therein , immediately after simple

**multiplication**; whichmay ...

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. Numeration : . . ' Practice Position . Permutation of Quantities om er lett . 21 . . 27

144 146 74 , 155 . . 125 . 120 169 . by Decimals by Docimale . . . . 177 Inverse .

**Multiplication**, Simple application and use of . . - Supplement to o . - Compound .. Numeration : . . ' Practice Position . Permutation of Quantities om er lett . 21 . . 27

144 146 74 , 155 . . 125 . 120 169 . by Decimals by Docimale . . . . 177 Inverse .

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Addition , Subtraction and

Motion , showing the number of days from any day of one month , to the same

day in any other month showing the amount of 11 . or one dollar , at 5 and 6 per ...

Addition , Subtraction and

**Multiplication**of Weight and Measure · · · · of Time andMotion , showing the number of days from any day of one month , to the same

day in any other month showing the amount of 11 . or one dollar , at 5 and 6 per ...

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**MULTIPLICATION**TABLE . Page 14

X

divided by 2 , is equal to 4 ; or thus , = 4 , each of which signify the same thing .

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**Multiply**, or with , the sign of**Multiplication**; as 4x3 = 12 , signifies that 4**multiplied**by 3 , is equal to 12 . The sign of Division ; as 8 + 2 = 4 , signifies thatdivided by 2 , is equal to 4 ; or thus , = 4 , each of which signify the same thing .

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