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

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Page 78

... 9 such as , 899299 , dic . il extended to an infinite number af figures , will not

equal , 9 . ADDITION OF DECIMALS . RUI.P. 1. Place the numbers , wnether

. 2.

... 9 such as , 899299 , dic . il extended to an infinite number af figures , will not

equal , 9 . ADDITION OF DECIMALS . RUI.P. 1. Place the numbers , wnether

**mixed**or pure decimals , under each other , according to the value of their places. 2.

Page 80

From an unit , or 1 , subtract the millionth part of -tself . us . , 999999

MULTIPLICATION OF DECIMALS . RULE . 1. Whether they be

or pure decimals , place the factors and multiply them as in whole numbers . 2.

Point off so ...

From an unit , or 1 , subtract the millionth part of -tself . us . , 999999

MULTIPLICATION OF DECIMALS . RULE . 1. Whether they be

**mixed**numbers ,or pure decimals , place the factors and multiply them as in whole numbers . 2.

Point off so ...

Page 155

Vulgar Fractions are either proper , improper , single , compound , or

single , simple , or proper fraction , is when the numerator is less than the

denominator , as + is , & c . 2. An Improper Fraction , is when the numerator

exceeds ...

Vulgar Fractions are either proper , improper , single , compound , or

**mixed**. 1. Asingle , simple , or proper fraction , is when the numerator is less than the

denominator , as + is , & c . 2. An Improper Fraction , is when the numerator

exceeds ...

Page 157

To reduce a

whole number by the denominator of the given fraction , and to the product add

the numerator , this sum written above the denominator will form the fraction ...

To reduce a

**mixed**number to its equivalent improper fraction RULE . Multiply thewhole number by the denominator of the given fraction , and to the product add

the numerator , this sum written above the denominator will form the fraction ...

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RULE . 1. Rerluce al ' whole and

Multiply all the numerators together for a new nu . merator , and ail the

lenuminators for a new denominatur ; and they will form the fraction required .

EXAMPLES .

RULE . 1. Rerluce al ' whole and

**mixed**numbers to their equivalent fractions . 2.Multiply all the numerators together for a new nu . merator , and ail the

lenuminators for a new denominatur ; and they will form the fraction required .

EXAMPLES .

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