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

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Besides the simple value of figures , each has a local value , which depends

upon the place it

its simple value , or so many ones , but in the second place , 0 . NOTE . -

Although a ...

Besides the simple value of figures , each has a local value , which depends

upon the place it

**stands**in , viz . any figure in the place of units , represents onlyits simple value , or so many ones , but in the second place , 0 . NOTE . -

Although a ...

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Place the least number under the greatest , so that units may

tens under tens , & c . and draw a line under them . 2 . Begin at the right hand ,

and take each figure in ihe lower line from the ngure above it , and set down the ...

Place the least number under the greatest , so that units may

**stand**under units ,tens under tens , & c . and draw a line under them . 2 . Begin at the right hand ,

and take each figure in ihe lower line from the ngure above it , and set down the ...

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Ans . 178 pipes unsold , and they

FEDERAL MONEY . RULE . Place the numbers according to their value ; that is ,

dollars under dollars , dimes under dimes , cents under cents , & c . and subtract

as ...

Ans . 178 pipes unsold , and they

**stand**him in 1797 dols . SUBTRACTION OFFEDERAL MONEY . RULE . Place the numbers according to their value ; that is ,

dollars under dollars , dimes under dimes , cents under cents , & c . and subtract

as ...

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

the United States Nathan Daboll. then add the several products together in the

same order as they

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

the United States Nathan Daboll. then add the several products together in the

same order as they

**stand**, and their sum will be the total product . EXAMPLES . Page 35

Quotient 29 ) 15359 ( 529 145 Proof by excess of 9 ' s 85 58 365 ) 49640 ( 136

365 1514 1095 279 261 2190 2190 Remains 18 0 Rena . her , according to the

order in which they

be ...

Quotient 29 ) 15359 ( 529 145 Proof by excess of 9 ' s 85 58 365 ) 49640 ( 136

365 1514 1095 279 261 2190 2190 Remains 18 0 Rena . her , according to the

order in which they

**stand**in the 1 ) 6k ; and this sum , when the work is right willbe ...

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