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

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13 .

composite number , you may

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**Divide**115 10 O by 90 11 .**Divide**136 16 6 by 108 12 .**Divide**202 13 6 by 12113 .

**Divide**34 4 O by 144 5 5 13 4 0 9 . 3 . When the divisor is large , and not acomposite number , you may

**divide**by the whole divisor at once , after tranner of...

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EXAMPLES OF WEIGHTS , MEASURES , & c . 1 .

sugar equally among & men . C . gr . lb . oz . 8 ) 14 1 8 0 1 3 4 8 Quotient . * 14 1

8 0 Proof . 2 .

.

EXAMPLES OF WEIGHTS , MEASURES , & c . 1 .

**Divide**14 ' cwt . 1 gr . 8 lb . ofsugar equally among & men . C . gr . lb . oz . 8 ) 14 1 8 0 1 3 4 8 Quotient . * 14 1

8 0 Proof . 2 .

**Divide**6 T . 11 ' cwt . 3 qrs . 19 lb . by 4 Ans . 1T . 12cut . Sqrs . 25lb.

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It is required to

Ans . A ' s share £ 143 Os . 5d . * B ' s share 657 4s . 2d . C ' s share 4 , 28 12s .

1d . , 14 . A privateer having taken a prize worth $ 6850 , it is divided into one ...

It is required to

**divide**it arnong the owners according to their respective sharesAns . A ' s share £ 143 Os . 5d . * B ' s share 657 4s . 2d . C ' s share 4 , 28 12s .

1d . , 14 . A privateer having taken a prize worth $ 6850 , it is divided into one ...

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3552 six - penres . 7104 three - pences . . 12 . In 121 French crowns , at 6s . 8d .

each , how many once and farthings ? : Ans . 9680d . 38720grs . REDUCTION

ASCENDING . RULE .

3552 six - penres . 7104 three - pences . . 12 . In 121 French crowns , at 6s . 8d .

each , how many once and farthings ? : Ans . 9680d . 38720grs . REDUCTION

ASCENDING . RULE .

**Divide**the lowest denomination given · RADUOTION . Page 67

the next higher , and so on through all the denominations , as far as your

question requires . PROOF . Multiply inversely by the several divisors .

EXAMPLES . 1 .

**Divide**the lowest denomination given , by so many of that name as make one ofthe next higher , and so on through all the denominations , as far as your

question requires . PROOF . Multiply inversely by the several divisors .

EXAMPLES . 1 .

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