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

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Distinguish the given number into

over the place of units , anuther over the ... square number in tlie first , or left band

Distinguish the given number into

**periods**of two figures each , by putting a pointover the place of units , anuther over the ... square number in tlie first , or left band

**period**, place the root of it at the EVOLUTIOX , OR EXTRACTION OF ROOTS . Page 180

band

manner of a quotient in division ) for the first figure of the root , and the square

number under the

band

**period**, place the root of it at the right hand of the given number , ( after themanner of a quotient in division ) for the first figure of the root , and the square

number under the

**period**, and subtract it therefrom , and to the Anainder bring ... Page 183

Separate the given number into

over the linit figure , and every third figure from the place of units to the left , and if

there we decimals , to the right . 2 . Find the greatest cube in the left hand

...

Separate the given number into

**periods**of three figures each , by putting a pointover the linit figure , and every third figure from the place of units to the left , and if

there we decimals , to the right . 2 . Find the greatest cube in the left hand

**period**...

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Subtract the subtrahend from the dividend , and to the remainder bring down the

next

whole be finished . Note . If the subtrahend ( found by the foregoing rule ) ...

Subtract the subtrahend from the dividend , and to the remainder bring down the

next

**period**for a new divi . dend ; with which proceed in the same manner , till thewhole be finished . Note . If the subtrahend ( found by the foregoing rule ) ...

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NOTE . — The foregoing example gives a perfect root ; and if , when all the

Ansuers . 2 .

NOTE . — The foregoing example gives a perfect root ; and if , when all the

**periods**pe exhausted , there happens to be a remainder , you may annex**periods**of cyphers , and continue the operation as far as you think it necessary .Ansuers . 2 .

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