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

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8. A privateer of 65 men took a prize , which being equally divided among them ,

amounted to 1191. per man ; what is the value of the prize : Ans . £ 7735 . 9 What

number inultiplied by 9 , will make 225 ? Ans . 25 . 10. The

8. A privateer of 65 men took a prize , which being equally divided among them ,

amounted to 1191. per man ; what is the value of the prize : Ans . £ 7735 . 9 What

number inultiplied by 9 , will make 225 ? Ans . 25 . 10. The

**quotient**of a certain ... Page 40

Write down four thousand six hundred and seventeen , inultiply it by twelve ,

divide the product by nine , and add 365 to the

subtract five thousand five hundred and twenty - one , and the le mainder will be

just 1000 ...

Write down four thousand six hundred and seventeen , inultiply it by twelve ,

divide the product by nine , and add 365 to the

**quotient**, then froin that sumsubtract five thousand five hundred and twenty - one , and the le mainder will be

just 1000 ...

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Write down the given sum in cents , and divide as in whole numbers ; the

will be the answer in cents . Note . If the cents in the given sựm are less than 18 ,

you must always place a cypher on their left , or in the ten's place of the cents ...

Write down the given sum in cents , and divide as in whole numbers ; the

**quotient**will be the answer in cents . Note . If the cents in the given sựm are less than 18 ,

you must always place a cypher on their left , or in the ten's place of the cents ...

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When the divisor exceeds 12 , and is the provluct of two or more numbers in the

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

by the other , and the last

O.

When the divisor exceeds 12 , and is the provluct of two or more numbers in the

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

**quotient**by the other , and the last

**quotient**will be the answer . £ s . d . 10. Divide 115 10O.

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47 ) 178 18 3 ( 2 14 9

in the 134 . produces 699 shillings , which divided by ' 47 , frer 745. in the

produces ...

47 ) 178 18 3 ( 2 14 9

**quotient**. 94 34 pounds remaining . Multiply by 20 and addin the 134 . produces 699 shillings , which divided by ' 47 , frer 745. in the

**quotient**. 223 188 35 shillings remaining . Multiply by 18 and add in the 3d .produces ...

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