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

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... into as many periods as we can , of six figures each , reckoning from the right

hand towards the left , calling the first the period 0 . units , the second that of

millions , the

0 7 3 ...

... into as many periods as we can , of six figures each , reckoning from the right

hand towards the left , calling the first the period 0 . units , the second that of

millions , the

**third**billions , the fourth trillions , & c . as in the following number : 30 7 3 ...

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place of tens , it becomes so many tens , or ten imes its simple value , and in the

and so on , as in the following TABLE : Tens , Units , C. of Millions , X. of Millions

...

place of tens , it becomes so many tens , or ten imes its simple value , and in the

**third**place , or place of hundreds , it becomes an hundred times its simple value ,and so on , as in the following TABLE : Tens , Units , C. of Millions , X. of Millions

...

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denominations : ther . the first figure at the right of this separatrix is dimes , the

second figure cents , and the

RULE . 1. Place the numbers according to their value ; that is , dollars under

dollars ...

denominations : ther . the first figure at the right of this separatrix is dimes , the

second figure cents , and the

**third**mil.s. * ADDITION OF FEDERAL MONEY .RULE . 1. Place the numbers according to their value ; that is , dollars under

dollars ...

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A

of the divisor and place the excess n the left hand . 2. Do the same with the

quotient and place it on the right it , 3. Multiply these two figures together , and

add ...

A

**third**method of proof by excess of nines is as follows , yiz . 1. Cast the nines outof the divisor and place the excess n the left hand . 2. Do the same with the

quotient and place it on the right it , 3. Multiply these two figures together , and

add ...

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18. Received of four men the following sumns of rnoney , viz . The first paid me

371. 118. 4d . the second 251. 165 . 7d . the

much as all the other three , lacking 19s . 6d . I demand the whole suin received ?

18. Received of four men the following sumns of rnoney , viz . The first paid me

371. 118. 4d . the second 251. 165 . 7d . the

**third**191. 148. 6d . and the fourth asmuch as all the other three , lacking 19s . 6d . I demand the whole suin received ?

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