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

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It teaches to express the value of any proposed number by the follow : ing

characters , or

stands in , viz . any

or so ...

It teaches to express the value of any proposed number by the follow : ing

characters , or

**figures**: 1 , 2 , 3 , 4 , 5 , 6 , 7 , 8 ... which depends upon the place itstands in , viz . any

**figure**in the place of units , represents only its simple value ,or so ...

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To know the value of any number of

to the left hand , each

, & c . as in the Numeration Table . 2 . To the simple value of each

To know the value of any number of

**figures**. RULE . 1 . Numerate from the rightto the left hand , each

**figure**in its proper place , by saying , units , tens , hundreds, & c . as in the Numeration Table . 2 . To the simple value of each

**figure**, join ... Page 17

For convenience in reading large numbers , they may he divided into periods of

three

proper value in numeration ; taking care to supply those places of the natural

order ...

For convenience in reading large numbers , they may he divided into periods of

three

**figures**eacn , as follows : 987 , Nine ... writing each**figure**according to itsproper value in numeration ; taking care to supply those places of the natural

order ...

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Having placed units under units , tens under tens , & c . draw a line underneath ,

and begin with the units ; after . adding up every

how many tens are contained in their sum ; set down the remainder under the ...

Having placed units under units , tens under tens , & c . draw a line underneath ,

and begin with the units ; after . adding up every

**figure**in that column , considerhow many tens are contained in their sum ; set down the remainder under the ...

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... at the top of the sum , and reckon the

as they were added upwards , and if it be right , this sun total will be equal to the

first : Or cut off the upper line of

the ...

... at the top of the sum , and reckon the

**figures**downwards in the same manneras they were added upwards , and if it be right , this sun total will be equal to the

first : Or cut off the upper line of

**figures**, and find the amount ot the rest ; then ifthe ...

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