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

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Place the

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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Place those numbers under each other , which are of the same denomination ,

the less being nelow the greater ; begin with the

exceed the figure over it , borrow as many units as make one of the next greater ...

Place those numbers under each other , which are of the same denomination ,

the less being nelow the greater ; begin with the

**least**denomination , and if itexceed the figure over it , borrow as many units as make one of the next greater ...

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RULE . Write down the Multiplicand , and place the quantity underneath the

denomination , for the Multiplier , and in multiplying by it , observe the same rules

for carrying from one denomination to another , as in Compound Addition .

RULE . Write down the Multiplicand , and place the quantity underneath the

**least**denomination , for the Multiplier , and in multiplying by it , observe the same rules

for carrying from one denomination to another , as in Compound Addition .

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...

when reduced to its lowest terms will be d , and it is equal to } , & c . PROBLEM I '

To abbreviate or reduce fractiuns to their lowest terms RULE . Divide the terms of

...

...

**least**or lowest terihs , when it is expressed by the**least**numbers possible , aswhen reduced to its lowest terms will be d , and it is equal to } , & c . PROBLEM I '

To abbreviate or reduce fractiuns to their lowest terms RULE . Divide the terms of

...

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Note - If the decimal places in the diriger be more than those in the divniend ,

annex as many cyphers to the livider : d as you pleas , so as to maha ii amual , (

ai

and ...

Note - If the decimal places in the diriger be more than those in the divniend ,

annex as many cyphers to the livider : d as you pleas , so as to maha ii amual , (

ai

**least**) to the divisor.fr , if there be a remainder , you may annos cypisers to it ,and ...

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