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

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The quotient of a certain number is 457 , and the

Ans . 3656 . 11 . what cost 9 yds , of cloth , at 3s . per yard ? Ans . 27s . 12 . What

cost 45 oxen , at8l . per head ? Ans . £360 13 . What cost 144 lb . of Indigo , 1 ...

The quotient of a certain number is 457 , and the

**divisor**8 ; what is the dividend ?Ans . 3656 . 11 . what cost 9 yds , of cloth , at 3s . per yard ? Ans . 27s . 12 . What

cost 45 oxen , at8l . per head ? Ans . £360 13 . What cost 144 lb . of Indigo , 1 ...

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10 5 97 3 10 91 23 4 87 20 6 31 1 12 97 0 3 77 0 10 6 0 2 . 6 79 0 114 2 . When

the

multiplieil together . RULE . Divide by one of those rumbers , first , and the

quotient ...

10 5 97 3 10 91 23 4 87 20 6 31 1 12 97 0 3 77 0 10 6 0 2 . 6 79 0 114 2 . When

the

**divisor**exceeds 12 , and is the prouluct of two or more numbers in the tablemultiplieil together . RULE . Divide by one of those rumbers , first , and the

quotient ...

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When the

whole

. ' Divide 1881 . 135 . Sd . by 47 . £ . 8 . d . £ . $ . d . 47 , 128 13 312 14 9 quotient

...

When the

**divisor**is large , and not a composite number , you may divide by thewhole

**divisor**at once , after tranner of long division , as follows , visi | EXAMFLES. ' Divide 1881 . 135 . Sd . by 47 . £ . 8 . d . £ . $ . d . 47 , 128 13 312 14 9 quotient

...

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Divide the lowest denomination given , by so many of that name as make one of

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

question requires . PROOF . Multiply inversely by the several

EXAMPLES . 1 .

Divide the lowest denomination given , by so many of that name as make one of

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 .

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... For , 445x10 is 4 , 250 , $ . c . . DIVISION OF DECIMALS . · RULE . 1 . The

places of the decimal parts of the

always be equal to those in the dividend , therefore divide as in whole numbers

DLOINAL ...

... For , 445x10 is 4 , 250 , $ . c . . DIVISION OF DECIMALS . · RULE . 1 . The

places of the decimal parts of the

**divisor**and potwnt cuinted together , mustalways be equal to those in the dividend , therefore divide as in whole numbers

DLOINAL ...

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