## 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

with the Dividend . RULE . First , seek how many times the divisor is contained in

as many of the left hand figures of the dividend as are just necessary , ( that is ...

The

**Remainder**, which is alwavs less than the di . visor , and of the same namewith the Dividend . RULE . First , seek how many times the divisor is contained in

as many of the left hand figures of the dividend as are just necessary , ( that is ...

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3

s 85 58 365 ) 49640 ( 136 365 1514 1095 279 261 2190 2190 Remains 18 0

Rena . her , according to the order in which they stand in the 1 ) 6k ; and this sum

...

3

**Remainder**. Divisor , Div . Quotient 29 ) 15359 ( 529 145 Proof by excess of 9 's 85 58 365 ) 49640 ( 136 365 1514 1095 279 261 2190 2190 Remains 18 0

Rena . her , according to the order in which they stand in the 1 ) 6k ; and this sum

...

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16 Divide 280208122081 by 912314 . Quctient 3071409123 12• MORE

EXAMPLES FOR EXERCISE . Divisor . Dividend .

590624922 ( Quotieni ) 83973 47614 ) 3278791867 ) 9189 987654 )

9886416541 ) . . . 0 CASE II ...

16 Divide 280208122081 by 912314 . Quctient 3071409123 12• MORE

EXAMPLES FOR EXERCISE . Divisor . Dividend .

**Remainder**. 234063 )590624922 ( Quotieni ) 83973 47614 ) 3278791867 ) 9189 987654 )

9886416541 ) . . . 0 CASE II ...

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... quotient will be the answer . Norr . The total

the last

EXAMPLES . Divide 162641 by 72 . 01162641 or 8 ' 3 CONTRACTIONS IN

DIVISION .

... quotient will be the answer . Norr . The total

**remainder**is found by multiplyingthe last

**remainder**by the first divisor , and adding in the Erst**remainder**. 'EXAMPLES . Divide 162641 by 72 . 01162641 or 8 ' 3 CONTRACTIONS IN

DIVISION .

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Cut off as many figures from the right hand of the divi . dend as there are cyphers

in the divisor , and these figures so cut off are the

figures of the dividend are the quotient . EXAMPLES . 1 . Divide 565 by 10 . , Ans

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Cut off as many figures from the right hand of the divi . dend as there are cyphers

in the divisor , and these figures so cut off are the

**remainder**; and the otherfigures of the dividend are the quotient . EXAMPLES . 1 . Divide 565 by 10 . , Ans

. 36 ...

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