## The Scholar's Arithmetic; Or, Federal Accountant ...: The Whole in a Form and Method Altogether New, for the Ease of the Master, and the Greater Progress of the ScholarJohn Prentiss, (proprietor of the copy-right) and sold at his book-store, wholesale and retail.--Sold also by the principal booksellers in New-England, and at the Rensselaer book-store, Troy, N.Y., 1807 - Arithmetic - 216 pages |

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Reckon the figures from the top downwards , and if the work be right , this

will be equal to the first ; -or , what is often practised , “ cut off the upper line of

figures and find the

...

Reckon the figures from the top downwards , and if the work be right , this

**amount**will be equal to the first ; -or , what is often practised , “ cut off the upper line of

figures and find the

**amount**of the rest ; then if the**amount**" and upper line when...

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being set down in their proper places , and as seen in the example , compare the

as it is seen in this case they do , then the work is judged to be right . Note .

being set down in their proper places , and as seen in the example , compare the

**amount**( 12309 ) last obtained with the first**amount**( 12309 ) and if they agree ,as it is seen in this case they do , then the work is judged to be right . Note .

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COMPOUND INTEREST , Is calculated by adding the interest to the principal at

the end of each year and making the

year ; then the given principal subtracted from the last

be ...

COMPOUND INTEREST , Is calculated by adding the interest to the principal at

the end of each year and making the

**amount**the principal for the succeedingyear ; then the given principal subtracted from the last

**amount**the remainder willbe ...

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COMPOUND INTEREST , Is calculated by adding the interest to the principal at

the end of each year and making the

year ; then the given principal subtracted from the last

be ...

COMPOUND INTEREST , Is calculated by adding the interest to the principal at

the end of each year and making the

**amount**the principal for the succeedingyear ; then the given principal subtracted from the last

**amount**the remainder willbe ...

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The present worth of any sum , or debt due some time hence , is such a sum , as ,

if put to interest , would in that time and at the rate per cent . for which the

discount is to be made ,

The present worth of any sum , or debt due some time hence , is such a sum , as ,

if put to interest , would in that time and at the rate per cent . for which the

discount is to be made ,

**amount**to the sum or debt , then due . " RULE . As the**amount**...### What people are saying - Write a review

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