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

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make 1 ounce , 16 ounces , 1

4 quarters , 1 hundred weight , cwt . 20 hundred weights 1 ton , By this weight are

weighed all coarse and drossy goods , grocery wares , and all metals except ...

make 1 ounce , 16 ounces , 1

**pound**, 28**pounds**, 1 quarter of a hundred weight ,4 quarters , 1 hundred weight , cwt . 20 hundred weights 1 ton , By this weight are

weighed all coarse and drossy goods , grocery wares , and all metals except ...

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6 . Multiply 8496427 by 874559 . Ans . 7428927415295 . 98763542X98763542 =

8754237228585764 . Application and Use of Multiplication . In making out bills of

parcels , and in finding the value of goods ; when the price of one yard ,

6 . Multiply 8496427 by 874559 . Ans . 7428927415295 . 98763542X98763542 =

8754237228585764 . Application and Use of Multiplication . In making out bills of

parcels , and in finding the value of goods ; when the price of one yard ,

**pound**... Page 34

Improved and Enlarged, Being a Plain Practical System of Arithmetic, Adapted to

the United States Nathan Daboll. A SHORT RULE . NOTE . The value of 109 lbs .

of any article will be just ; as many dollars as the article is cents a

Improved and Enlarged, Being a Plain Practical System of Arithmetic, Adapted to

the United States Nathan Daboll. A SHORT RULE . NOTE . The value of 109 lbs .

of any article will be just ; as many dollars as the article is cents a

**pound**. Page 40

tCOMPOUND ADDITION, Is the adding of several numbers together, having, qis.

ferent denominations, but of the same generic kind, as

pence, &c. Tonshundreds, quarters, &c. RULE.* { 1. Place the numbers so that

those ...

tCOMPOUND ADDITION, Is the adding of several numbers together, having, qis.

ferent denominations, but of the same generic kind, as

**pounds**, shillings andpence, &c. Tonshundreds, quarters, &c. RULE.* { 1. Place the numbers so that

those ...

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Os . 60 . - 31 . 5s . 81 . 19s . 6d . and Os . 6d . . . Ans ! 460 Os ; 5d . 14 . Find the

amount of the following sums , xiZ . Forty

Sixty - four

, ...

Os . 60 . - 31 . 5s . 81 . 19s . 6d . and Os . 6d . . . Ans ! 460 Os ; 5d . 14 . Find the

amount of the following sums , xiZ . Forty

**pounds**, nine shiliings , - - - - £ - S . d .Sixty - four

**pounds**and nine pence , - . . , Ninety - five**pounds**, nineteen shillings, ...

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