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

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Thus any sum of this money may be read differently , either wholly in the

denomination , or partly in the higher , and partly in the

54 , may be either read 5754 cents , or 375 dimes and 4 cents , or 37 dollars 5 ...

Thus any sum of this money may be read differently , either wholly in the

**lowest**denomination , or partly in the higher , and partly in the

**lowest**; for example , 3754 , may be either read 5754 cents , or 375 dimes and 4 cents , or 37 dollars 5 ...

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3552 six - penres . 7104 three - pences . . 12 . In 121 French crowns , at 6s . 8d .

each , how many once and farthings ? : Ans . 9680d . 38720grs . REDUCTION

ASCENDING . RULE . Divide the

3552 six - penres . 7104 three - pences . . 12 . In 121 French crowns , at 6s . 8d .

each , how many once and farthings ? : Ans . 9680d . 38720grs . REDUCTION

ASCENDING . RULE . Divide the

**lowest**denomination given · RADUOTION . Page 67

Divide the

the next higher , and so on through all the denominations , as far as your

question requires . PROOF . Multiply inversely by the several divisors .

EXAMPLES . 1 .

Divide the

**lowest**denomination given , by so many of that name as make one ofthe next higher , and so on through all the denominations , as far as your

question requires . PROOF . Multiply inversely by the several divisors .

EXAMPLES . 1 .

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Also , any sum in Federal noney may be written down as a whole number and

expressed in its

together as a whole number , without a separatrix , they will shew how many

cents the ...

Also , any sum in Federal noney may be written down as a whole number and

expressed in its

**lowest**denomination ; for , when dollars and cents are joinedtogether as a whole number , without a separatrix , they will shew how many

cents the ...

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PROBLEM L . ' To abbreviate or reduce fractions to their

Divide the terms of the given fraction by any number which will divide them

without a remaindler , an ' the quotients again in the same manner : and so on ,

tillit ...

PROBLEM L . ' To abbreviate or reduce fractions to their

**lowest**terms RULE .Divide the terms of the given fraction by any number which will divide them

without a remaindler , an ' the quotients again in the same manner : and so on ,

tillit ...

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