## 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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1 2 4 5 6 7 8 9 one ĪN tlie Arabic method all numbers are expressed by these

charackers , or figures ; 3 O UXIT , or ; two ; three ; four ; five ; six ... Vores to be

connected , is called thousand's place , the next to this

1 2 4 5 6 7 8 9 one ĪN tlie Arabic method all numbers are expressed by these

**ten**charackers , or figures ; 3 O UXIT , or ; two ; three ; four ; five ; six ... Vores to be

connected , is called thousand's place , the next to this

**tens**of ( funerarioni . ) ... Page 11

ܪ ( A .cxpper standing alone is of no signification , yet placed at the right hand of

another figure it increases the value of that figure in the same

as if it had been preceded by any other figwe . Thus , 3 standing alone signifies ...

ܪ ( A .cxpper standing alone is of no signification , yet placed at the right hand of

another figure it increases the value of that figure in the same

**ten**fold proportion ,as if it had been preceded by any other figwe . Thus , 3 standing alone signifies ...

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6 WRITE the numbers to be added one under another , with units under “ units ,

right hand column ; and if the sum be under

...

6 WRITE the numbers to be added one under another , with units under “ units ,

**tens**under**tens**, and so on . Draw a line under the lower number , then “ add theright hand column ; and if the sum be under

**ten**, write it at the foot “ of the column...

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WHAT will be the amount of dollar's ; dollars ; 6 . š dollars , and , of 3 dollars ,

when added together ? HERE are four sums given for addition ; two of them

contain ...

**Tens**. Units . oo Thous . o Hund , A**Tens**. w Units . Hund . u**Tens**. Units . 1.WHAT will be the amount of dollar's ; dollars ; 6 . š dollars , and , of 3 dollars ,

when added together ? HERE are four sums given for addition ; two of them

contain ...

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That every Sfigure , in rising S Made evident thus ; -l in the place of from the place

of units to that units is the expression of an individual or of

addi- cne , in the place of

That every Sfigure , in rising S Made evident thus ; -l in the place of from the place

of units to that units is the expression of an individual or of

**tens**, takes to itself theaddi- cne , in the place of

**tens**( 10 ) it is the expression of**ten**individuals or ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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accounts acres added addition amount Answer Arithmetic bond bushels called carry cast cents column Compound contained contents continued cube cyphers decimal demand denomination diameter direct divide dividend Division divisor dollars Dolls double equal EXAMPLES express farthings Federal Money feet figure fourth fraction gain gallons give given given number greater guineas half hundred inches interest kinds left hand length less loss manner MEASURE method miles mills months multiplicand multiply OPERATION paid payment pence period pounds principal proceed PROOF proportion proved quantity question quotient received reduced remainder right hand root rule Scholar share shew shillings side simple solid sought square stand subtract SUPPLEMENT suppose TABLE tens term thing third tion units weight whole write yards cost

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