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

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RILLE Reduce the given quantity to the

then reduce the integral part to the sanie term , for a denominator ; which will be

the frac . tion required . ' . XAMPI . ES . 1 . Reduce 158 . Gl . 24rs . to the fraction ...

RILLE Reduce the given quantity to the

**lowest**terin inention . ed for a numerator ;then reduce the integral part to the sanie term , for a denominator ; which will be

the frac . tion required . ' . XAMPI . ES . 1 . Reduce 158 . Gl . 24rs . to the fraction ...

Page 100

Bring the first and third terms to the same denom . inatiovi , and rerlisce t . e

second term to the

terms together , and divide their product by the first term ; the quotient will be the ...

Bring the first and third terms to the same denom . inatiovi , and rerlisce t . e

second term to the

**lowest**name nientioned in it . 3 . Jiultiply the second and thirdterms together , and divide their product by the first term ; the quotient will be the ...

Page 103

But any sum in dollars and cents may be written down as a whole number , and

expressed in its

Kvilurtion of Foderal Money , page 67 . ) 20 . What will i qr . 9 lb . sugar come tv ,

at 6 du ...

But any sum in dollars and cents may be written down as a whole number , and

expressed in its

**lowest**denomi . nation , as in the following example : SeeKvilurtion of Foderal Money , page 67 . ) 20 . What will i qr . 9 lb . sugar come tv ,

at 6 du ...

Page 156

CASE I . To abbreviate or reduce fractions to their

common measure , by dividing the greater term by the less , and this divisor by

the reinain - ler , and so on , always dividing the last divisor by the last remainder

...

CASE I . To abbreviate or reduce fractions to their

**lowest**terms . RULE . 1 . Find acommon measure , by dividing the greater term by the less , and this divisor by

the reinain - ler , and so on , always dividing the last divisor by the last remainder

...

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Reduce this to its

Reduce to its

Reduce to its

Reduce this to its

**lowest**terms . " Operation . common mea . 8 ) = Ans . Rem . 2 .Reduce to its

**lowest**terms . Ans . S . Reduce 16 % to its**lowest**terms . Ans . I 4 .Reduce to its

**lowest**terms . Ans . CASE II . To reduce a mixed number to . its ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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