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

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The

to divide by . 3 . The Quotient , or answer to the question , which shows how

many times the divisor is contained in the

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The

**Dividend**, or number given to be divided . 2 . The Divisor , or number givento divide by . 3 . The Quotient , or answer to the question , which shows how

many times the divisor is contained in the

**dividend**. The Remainder , which isalwavs ...

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... Proof by excess of 9 ' s 85 58 365 ) 49640 ( 136 365 1514 1095 279 261 2190

2190 Remains 18 0 Rena . her , according to the order in which they stand in the

1 ) 6k ; and this sum , when the work is right will be equal to th _ e

... Proof by excess of 9 ' s 85 58 365 ) 49640 ( 136 365 1514 1095 279 261 2190

2190 Remains 18 0 Rena . her , according to the order in which they stand in the

1 ) 6k ; and this sum , when the work is right will be equal to th _ e

**dividend**. Page 36

3278791867 ) 9189 987654 ) 9886416541 ) . ... and the same number of figures

from the right hand of the

to the ...

**Dividend**. Remainder . 234063 ) 590624922 ( Quotieni ) 83973 47614 )3278791867 ) 9189 987654 ) 9886416541 ) . ... and the same number of figures

from the right hand of the

**dividend**then divide the remaining ones as usual , andto the ...

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176478 901060 6543472307 221250 720000 ) 9876540001 ) 534000 CASE III .

Short Division is when the divisor does not exceed 12 . RULE . Consider how

many ...

**Dividend**. Remaiin . 125000 ) 436250000 ( Quotient . ) 120000 149596478 /176478 901060 6543472307 221250 720000 ) 9876540001 ) 534000 CASE III .

Short Division is when the divisor does not exceed 12 . RULE . Consider how

many ...

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Cut off as many figures from the right hand of the divi . dend as there are cyphers

in the divisor , and these figures so cut off are the remainder ; and the other

figures of the

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Cut off as many figures from the right hand of the divi . dend as there are cyphers

in the divisor , and these figures so cut off are the remainder ; and the other

figures of the

**dividend**are the quotient . EXAMPLES . 1 . Divide 565 by 10 . , Ans. 36 ...

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