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

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

towards the left , calling the first the period o . units , the second that of millions ,

the

4 ...

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

towards the left , calling the first the period o . units , the second that of millions ,

the

**third**billions , the fourth . trillions , & c . as in the following number : 2 O 3 6 2 54 ...

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

the United States Nathan Daboll. place of tens , it becomes so many tens , or ten

aimes its simple value , and in the

...

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

the United States Nathan Daboll. place of tens , it becomes so many tens , or ten

aimes its simple value , and in the

**third**place , or place of hundreds , it becomes...

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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

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

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

together ...

A

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

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

together ...

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Ans . 4668 43 . 1jd . · 12 . From one hundred pounds , take four pence halfpenny .

Ans . 699 19s . 7fd . 18 . Received of four men the following sums of money , viz .

The first paid me 371 . 115 , 4d . the second 251 . 16s . 7d . the

Ans . 4668 43 . 1jd . · 12 . From one hundred pounds , take four pence halfpenny .

Ans . 699 19s . 7fd . 18 . Received of four men the following sums of money , viz .

The first paid me 371 . 115 , 4d . the second 251 . 16s . 7d . the

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