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

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899299 , & c . is extended to an infi ' rite number af fynres , will not equal , 9 .

ADDITION OF DECIMALS . RUI . P . . 1 . Place the numbers , whether

pure decimals , uncler each other , according to the value of their places .

899299 , & c . is extended to an infi ' rite number af fynres , will not equal , 9 .

ADDITION OF DECIMALS . RUI . P . . 1 . Place the numbers , whether

**mixed**orpure decimals , uncler each other , according to the value of their places .

Page 80

From 107 take , 0007 Hus . 106 , 9993 13 . From an unit , or 1 , subtract the

millionth part of - tself . slus . , 999999 to the end MULTIPLICATION OF

DECIMALS . RULE . 1 . Whether they be

place the factors ...

From 107 take , 0007 Hus . 106 , 9993 13 . From an unit , or 1 , subtract the

millionth part of - tself . slus . , 999999 to the end MULTIPLICATION OF

DECIMALS . RULE . 1 . Whether they be

**mixed**numbers , or pure decimals ,place the factors ...

Page 155

Vulgar Fractions are either proper , improper , single , compound , or

single , simple , or proper fraction , is when the numerator is less than the

denominator , as i , & c . 2 . An Improper Fraction , is when the numerator

exceeds the ...

Vulgar Fractions are either proper , improper , single , compound , or

**mixed**. 1 . Asingle , simple , or proper fraction , is when the numerator is less than the

denominator , as i , & c . 2 . An Improper Fraction , is when the numerator

exceeds the ...

Page 157

To reduce a

the whole number by the denominator of the given fraction , and to the product

add the numerator , this sum written above the denominator will form the fraction

...

To reduce a

**mixed**number to . its equivalent improper fraction RULL . Multiplythe whole number by the denominator of the given fraction , and to the product

add the numerator , this sum written above the denominator will form the fraction

...

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RULE . 1 . Rerluce all whole and

Multiply all the numerators together for a new nu . merator , and ail the

denuminators for a new denominatur ; and they will form the fraction required .

EXAMPLES .

RULE . 1 . Rerluce all whole and

**mixed**numbers to their equivalcnt fractions . 2Multiply all the numerators together for a new nu . merator , and ail the

denuminators for a new denominatur ; and they will form the fraction required .

EXAMPLES .

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