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

### From inside the book

Results 1-5 of 6

Page 182

Square the giver

and the square root of the pro duct is the answer . 21 % , agd 2 , 5X2 % 3 - 6 , £5

square . * giveu proportion 73 , 00mb inob . dimmt . Imo . PROB . VI . The sum of ...

Square the giver

**diameter**, and multiply mid square by thie given proportion ,and the square root of the pro duct is the answer . 21 % , agd 2 , 5X2 % 3 - 6 , £5

square . * giveu proportion 73 , 00mb inob . dimmt . Imo . PROB . VI . The sum of ...

Page 186

The solid contents of similar figures are in proportion to each other , as the cubes

of their similar sides or

what will a bullet of the same metal weigh , whose

...

The solid contents of similar figures are in proportion to each other , as the cubes

of their similar sides or

**diameters**. 2 . If a bullet 3 inches**diameter**, weigh 4lb .what will a bullet of the same metal weigh , whose

**diameter**is 6 inches ? 3X3X3...

Page 187

ches at the bung

but to hold just twice as much ; what will be the bung

new cask ? 40X40X40X2 = 128000 then 3128000 = 50 , 5 + length . 32x32x32x2

...

ches at the bung

**diameter**, is ordered to make another cask of the same shape ,but to hold just twice as much ; what will be the bung

**diameter**and length of thenew cask ? 40X40X40X2 = 128000 then 3128000 = 50 , 5 + length . 32x32x32x2

...

Page 222

The

to 22 : : so is the given

: is to 355 ; : & c . the

The

**diameter**of a Circle being given , to find the Circumference . RULE . As 7 : isto 22 : : so is the given

**diameter**: to the circumference . Or , more exactly , As 113: is to 355 ; : & c . the

**diameter**is found inversely . NOTE . - The**diameter**is a ... Page 224

Multiply the square of the

the base ; then multiply the area of the base by the length , and the product will

be the solid content . EXAMPLE . What is the solid content of a round stick of

timber ...

Multiply the square of the

**diameter**of the end by „ 7854 which gives the area ofthe base ; then multiply the area of the base by the length , and the product will

be the solid content . EXAMPLE . What is the solid content of a round stick of

timber ...

### What people are saying - Write a review

We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.

### Other editions - View all

### Common terms and phrases

acres allowing amount annuity annum answer Bought Bring bushels called cents cloth common compound contain continue cost cube currency cyphers decimal demand denominator diameter difference dimes Divide dividend divisor dollars dols equal EXAMPLES farthings Federal Money feet figure fraction gain gallon give given given number given sum gross half hundred inches interest least length less lowest measure method miles millions mills mixed months Multiply neat New-York nine paid payment pence period piece pound present worth principal proportion quantity question quotient ratio received Reduce remainder right hand rods root RULE sell share shillings simple sold solid sort square stand subtract sugar Suppose Table tare third thousand units weight whole whole numbers wine yards