## 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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90 cts .; how

due to me . 7. Paid A B in full for E F's bill on me , for 1051. 10s . viz . I gave him

Richard Drawer's note for 151. 146. 9d . Peter Johnson'a do . for 30 ) . Os 6d . an

...

90 cts .; how

**stands**the balance between us ? Ans . The balance is $ 105 06 cts .due to me . 7. Paid A B in full for E F's bill on me , for 1051. 10s . viz . I gave him

Richard Drawer's note for 151. 146. 9d . Peter Johnson'a do . for 30 ) . Os 6d . an

...

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Suppose a gentleman's incoine is 1836 dilars a gear , and he spennis 3 dollars

47 cents it day , one day with another , how much will he have saved at tie

veare's end : Ans . $ 512 , 1jets , 33. If my horse

keeping ...

Suppose a gentleman's incoine is 1836 dilars a gear , and he spennis 3 dollars

47 cents it day , one day with another , how much will he have saved at tie

veare's end : Ans . $ 512 , 1jets , 33. If my horse

**stands**me in 20 cenis per daykeeping ...

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... of pounds only , cut off the unit figure , and as it then

interest for one month , in shillings and decim'il parts . 2. If the principal consists

of pounds , shillings , & c . reduce it to its decimal value ; then remove the decimal

point ...

... of pounds only , cut off the unit figure , and as it then

**stands**it will be theinterest for one month , in shillings and decim'il parts . 2. If the principal consists

of pounds , shillings , & c . reduce it to its decimal value ; then remove the decimal

point ...

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1798 60 How

Ars , due to me 863 , 18cts . 3. A PROMIS6ORY NOTE , viz . $ 62 10s . New -

London , April 4 , 1797 . On demand I promise to pay Timothy Careful , sixtytwo ...

1798 60 How

**stands**the balance between us , on the 16th No vember , 1800 ?Ars , due to me 863 , 18cts . 3. A PROMIS6ORY NOTE , viz . $ 62 10s . New -

London , April 4 , 1797 . On demand I promise to pay Timothy Careful , sixtytwo ...

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