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

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Se Required the

Shewing the use of the

in proportion to each other , as the

Se Required the

**cube**root of 729001101 ? Ans . 900 , 0004 QUESTIONS ,Shewing the use of the

**Cube**Root . 1 . ... The solid contents of similar figures arein proportion to each other , as the

**cubes**of their similar sides or diameters . 2 . Page 187

Note . - When the number to be subtracted is greater than those periods from

which it is to be taken , the last quotient figure must be taken less , & c .

EXAMPLES . 1 . Required the

method .

Note . - When the number to be subtracted is greater than those periods from

which it is to be taken , the last quotient figure must be taken less , & c .

EXAMPLES . 1 . Required the

**cube**root of 185796 , 744 by the above generalmethod .

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The roots of most powers may be found by the square and

therefore , whe ! . anv even power is given , the easiest method will be (

especially in a very high power ) to extract the square root of it , which reduces it

to half the ...

The roots of most powers may be found by the square and

**cube**roots only ;therefore , whe ! . anv even power is given , the easiest method will be (

especially in a very high power ) to extract the square root of it , which reduces it

to half the ...

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There are two numbers , whose product is 1610 , the greater is given 46 ; I

demand the sum of their squares , and the

sum of their squares is 3341 . The

there is a ...

There are two numbers , whose product is 1610 , the greater is given 46 ; I

demand the sum of their squares , and the

**cube**of their difference ? Ans . thesum of their squares is 3341 . The

**cube**of their difference is 1331 . 19 . Supposethere is a ...

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... it in 11 days ; in what time would C do it alone ? Ans . 284 days . 36 . There are

three numbers , 23 , 25 , and 42 ; what is the difference between the sum of the

squares of the first , and last , and the

... it in 11 days ; in what time would C do it alone ? Ans . 284 days . 36 . There are

three numbers , 23 , 25 , and 42 ; what is the difference between the sum of the

squares of the first , and last , and the

**cube**of the middlemost ? Ans . 13332 . 37 .### What people are saying - Write a review

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