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

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Minus , or

from 6 , leaves 4 . X 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 ...

Minus , or

**less**, the sign of subtraction , as 6 - 2 - 4 , signifies that 2 subtractedfrom 6 , leaves 4 . X 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 ...

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... lowest ; for example , 37 54 , may be either read 5754 cents , or 375 dimes and

4 cents , or 37 dollars 5 dimes and 4 cents , or 3 pagles , 7 dollars 5 dimes and 4

cents If the cents are

... lowest ; for example , 37 54 , may be either read 5754 cents , or 375 dimes and

4 cents , or 37 dollars 5 dimes and 4 cents , or 3 pagles , 7 dollars 5 dimes and 4

cents If the cents are

**less**than ten , place a ADDITION OF FEDERAL MONEY , . Page 23

If the cents are

dimes . - Example . Write down four dollars and 7 cents . Thus , $ 4 , 07 cts .

EXAMPLES . 1 . Find the sum of 304 dollars , 39 cents ; 291 dollars , 9 cents ; 136

dollars ...

If the cents are

**less**than ten , place a cypher in the ten ' s place , or place ofdimes . - Example . Write down four dollars and 7 cents . Thus , $ 4 , 07 cts .

EXAMPLES . 1 . Find the sum of 304 dollars , 39 cents ; 291 dollars , 9 cents ; 136

dollars ...

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SIMPLE SUBTRACTION Subtraction of whole Numbers , TEACHETH to take a

difference , or remainder : as 4 dollars subtracted from 6 dollars , the remainder is

...

SIMPLE SUBTRACTION Subtraction of whole Numbers , TEACHETH to take a

**less**number from a greater , of the same denomination , and thereby shows thedifference , or remainder : as 4 dollars subtracted from 6 dollars , the remainder is

...

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EACHETH to increase , or repeat the greater of two numbers given , as often as

there are units in the

many additions in the most compendious manner . The number to be multiplied is

...

EACHETH to increase , or repeat the greater of two numbers given , as often as

there are units in the

**less**, or multiplying number ; hence it performs the work ofmany additions in the most compendious manner . The number to be multiplied is

...

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