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

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... number , supposes the

biquadrate root , or fourth power , & c . ' ARITHMETIC is the art of computing by

numbers , and OHARACTERS .

... number , supposes the

**cube**root of that number is required . Denotes thebiquadrate root , or fourth power , & c . ' ARITHMETIC is the art of computing by

numbers , and OHARACTERS .

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Ans . , 007225 What is the

of the nine digits . ... T 81

EXTRACTION OF THE SQUARE ROOT . Any nuinber multiplied into itself

produces a ...

Ans . , 007225 What is the

**cube**of 25 , 4 ? ... A Table of the Squares and**Cubes**of the nine digits . ... T 81

**Cubes**. 118 | 27 | 64 | 125 | 216 343 5127291EXTRACTION OF THE SQUARE ROOT . Any nuinber multiplied into itself

produces a ...

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Then to the sum of 21 , 5 . [ numb . tand4 , 5 ✓8129 dit . of the Greatest aumber ,

26 , 0 ) 41 the diff . - Answers . Least number , 17 , 0 ) EXTRACTION OF THE

Then to the sum of 21 , 5 . [ numb . tand4 , 5 ✓8129 dit . of the Greatest aumber ,

26 , 0 ) 41 the diff . - Answers . Least number , 17 , 0 ) EXTRACTION OF THE

**CUBE**ROOT . A**cube**is any number multiplied by its square . ; To extract the**cube**... Page 184

... by the square of the last quotient figure , and that product by 30 , and place the

product under the last ; tnen under these two products place the

quotient figure , and add them together , calling their sum the subtrahend . . 7 .

... by the square of the last quotient figure , and that product by 30 , and place the

product under the last ; tnen under these two products place the

**cube**of the lastquotient figure , and add them together , calling their sum the subtrahend . . 7 .

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Find by trial , a

Then , as twice the supposed

given number added to the supposed

Find by trial , a

**cube**near to the given number , and call it the supposed**cube**. 2 .Then , as twice the supposed

**cube**, added to the given number , is to twice thegiven number added to the supposed

**cube**, so is the root of the supposed**cube**...### What people are saying - Write a review

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