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

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... quotient will be the

the last remainder by the first divisor , and adding in the Erst remainder . '

EXAMPLES . Divide 162641 by 72 . 01162641 or 8 ' 3 CONTRACTIONS IN

DIVISION .

... quotient will be the

**answer**. Norr . The total remainder is found by multiplyingthe last remainder by the first divisor , and adding in the Erst remainder . '

EXAMPLES . Divide 162641 by 72 . 01162641 or 8 ' 3 CONTRACTIONS IN

DIVISION .

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48 187 24 ) 12t 111 74 96 869 ,

2464 by 87 . 5 . Multiply 545 by 194 . 6 . Multiply 6497 by 5 ) . 132 Ans . Jins .

106554 Ans 203334 ins . 659 Ans . 334131 Qurstions to E . cercise Multiplication

and ...

48 187 24 ) 12t 111 74 96 869 ,

**Answer**. 3 . Multiply 211 by 50 % . 4 . Multiply2464 by 87 . 5 . Multiply 545 by 194 . 6 . Multiply 6497 by 5 ) . 132 Ans . Jins .

106554 Ans 203334 ins . 659 Ans . 334131 Qurstions to E . cercise Multiplication

and ...

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Write down the given sum in cents , and divide as in whole numbers ; the quotient

will be the

you must always place a cypher on their left , or in the ten ' s place of the cents ...

Write down the given sum in cents , and divide as in whole numbers ; the quotient

will be the

**answer**in cents . Note . If the cents in the given sum are less than 18 ,you must always place a cypher on their left , or in the ten ' s place of the cents ...

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...

Divide 67 9 4 by 44 4 . Divide 24 16 6 by 5 . Divide 128 9 0 by 42 6 . Divide 269

12 4 by 7 . Divide 248 10 8 by 64 8 . Divide 65 14 O by 7 % 9 . Divide 5 10 3 by

81 f ...

...

**answer**. EXANDLES . 1 . Divide 29 15 O by 21 2 . Divide 27 16 O by 32 3 .Divide 67 9 4 by 44 4 . Divide 24 16 6 by 5 . Divide 128 9 0 by 42 6 . Divide 269

12 4 by 7 . Divide 248 10 8 by 64 8 . Divide 65 14 O by 7 % 9 . Divide 5 10 3 by

81 f ...

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... weighing 23 pwt . each , and tea - spoons , 4 pwt . 69 grs . each , can be made ,

and an equal number of each wirts 23pwt . + 4prot . 6grs . z654grs . the divsor ;

and 416 lazo i prot . 23544grs , the dividend . Therefore 23544 65436

... weighing 23 pwt . each , and tea - spoons , 4 pwt . 69 grs . each , can be made ,

and an equal number of each wirts 23pwt . + 4prot . 6grs . z654grs . the divsor ;

and 416 lazo i prot . 23544grs , the dividend . Therefore 23544 65436

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