## An Elementary Treatise on Algebra: To which are Added Exponential Equations and Logarithms |

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**Division**. C 1 7 8 9 14 CHAPTER II . FRACTIONS AND PROPORTIONS . SECTION I. Reduction of Fractions . 26 26 II . Addition and Subtraction of Fractions . 38 III . Multiplication and**Division**of Fractions . 40 IV . Proportions . 43 CHAPTER ... Page 1

... 5. Likewise a + b is the sum of a and b , or of the quantities which a and b represent . 1 Signs of Addition , Subtraction , Multiplication , and

... 5. Likewise a + b is the sum of a and b , or of the quantities which a and b represent . 1 Signs of Addition , Subtraction , Multiplication , and

**Division**ALGEBRA CHAPTER FUNDAMENTAL PROCESSES OF ALGEBRA Definitions and Notation. Page 2

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**Division**. 3. The sign - is called minus or less , or the negative sign , and placed between two quantities denotes that the quantity which follows it is to be subtracted from the one which precedes it . Thus 7-2 is 7 minus or less 2 ... Page 3

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**division**is also indicated by placing the dividend over the divisor with a line between them . a ÷ b , Thus , vided by b . a ora : a : b , or denotes the quotient of a di- b Signs of Equality and Inequality . Algebraic Quantity . 9. CH ... Page 13

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**Division**of Monomials . SECTION V.**Division**.. 35. Problem CH . I. § IV . ] 13 MULTIPLICATION .### Other editions - View all

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