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

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cypliers annexed to it , Thus , fu , 187 . 1867 , & c . & c . The integer is always

divided either into 10 , 100 , 1000 , & c . equal parts ; consequently the

denominator of the ...

A

**Decimal**Fraction is that whose denominator is an unit , with a cypher , orcypliers annexed to it , Thus , fu , 187 . 1867 , & c . & c . The integer is always

divided either into 10 , 100 , 1000 , & c . equal parts ; consequently the

denominator of the ...

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Cypliers placed at the rig ! ıt hand of a

since every significant figure con timies to ... But eplers placed at the left hand of

vifion ...

Cypliers placed at the rig ! ıt hand of a

**decimal**fraction do not alter its value ,since every significant figure con timies to ... But eplers placed at the left hand of

**decimals**, de . crease their value in a tentold proportion , by removing olem fuitvifion ...

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... thie suin of Twenty - five hundredthis , • • • • • • Three hundred and sixty - five

thousandths , Six lents , and ' jue millionthis , . • . Answer , 1915000

SUBTRACTION OF

TRACTIONS .

... thie suin of Twenty - five hundredthis , • • • • • • Three hundred and sixty - five

thousandths , Six lents , and ' jue millionthis , . • . Answer , 1915000

SUBTRACTION OF

**DECIMALS**. RULE . Place the numbers according**DECIMAL**TRACTIONS .

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SUBTRACTION OF

value : then sub tract as in whole numbers , and point of the

Addition . EXAMPLES . Dollars . 1 . From 125 , 64 Take 95 , 38756 Inches . 2 .

From 14 ...

SUBTRACTION OF

**DECIMALS**. RULE . Place the numbers according to theirvalue : then sub tract as in whole numbers , and point of the

**decimals**as inAddition . EXAMPLES . Dollars . 1 . From 125 , 64 Take 95 , 38756 Inches . 2 .

From 14 ...

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DIVISION OF

divisor and potwnt cuinted together , must always be equal to those in the

dividend , therefore divide as in whole numbers DLOINAL TRACTIONS .

DIVISION OF

**DECIMALS**. · RULE . 1 . The places of the**decimal**parts of thedivisor and potwnt cuinted together , must always be equal to those in the

dividend , therefore divide as in whole numbers DLOINAL TRACTIONS .

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