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

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A TABLE OF

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one year ; or in federal money , of $ 1 for one year , at the rate per cent . agreed

on ...

A TABLE OF

**RATIOS**. 51 , 04 , 045 Hate per cent .**Ratio**. | Rate per cent .**Ratio**,3 - , 03 , 055 4 6 , 06 61 , 065 5 , 05 7 , 07

**Ratio**is the simple interest of 1l . forone year ; or in federal money , of $ 1 for one year , at the rate per cent . agreed

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

the United States Nathan Daboll. 8 cts . 211,45 Principal . , 05

Interest for one year . 5 Multiply by the time . 52,8625 Ans . = 852 , 86cts . 24m . 2.

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

the United States Nathan Daboll. 8 cts . 211,45 Principal . , 05

**Ratio**. 10,5725Interest for one year . 5 Multiply by the time . 52,8625 Ans . = 852 , 86cts . 24m . 2.

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Subtract the principal 097n the amount ; divide the remainder by the product of

the

time will 950 dols . 75 cts . amount to 1235 dollars , 97,5 cents , at 6 per cent . per

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Subtract the principal 097n the amount ; divide the remainder by the product of

the

**ratio**and principal , and the quotient will be the time . EXAMPLES . 1. In whattime will 950 dols . 75 cts . amount to 1235 dollars , 97,5 cents , at 6 per cent . per

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... 200 41600 Balance , 400 ( 104 June 1 , Rec'd in full of principal , 400 388600

Then 588600 , 06

following Rule for computing interest on any note , or obligation , when there are

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... 200 41600 Balance , 400 ( 104 June 1 , Rec'd in full of principal , 400 388600

Then 588600 , 06

**Ratio**. S cts , m . 365 ) 23316,00 ( 63,879 Ans . = 63 87 9+ Thefollowing Rule for computing interest on any note , or obligation , when there are

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PROBLEM I. The first term , the last term ( or the extremes ) and the

find the sum of the series . RULE . Multiply the last term by the

product subtract the first term ; then divide the remainder by the

PROBLEM I. The first term , the last term ( or the extremes ) and the

**ratio**given , tofind the sum of the series . RULE . Multiply the last term by the

**ratio**, and from theproduct subtract the first term ; then divide the remainder by the

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