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To reduce an improper fraction to its equivalent whole or mixed number. RULE. — Divide the numerator by the denominator, and the quotient will be the whole or mixed number sought.
A New and Easy Introduction to the Mathematics: Containing. A system of ... - Page 234
by Ira Wanzer - 1831 - 396 pages

## Clavis Arithmeticae: Or, A Key to Arithmetick in Numbers & Species ;wherein ...

John Parsons - Algebra - 1705 - 284 pages
...PROP. PROP. VII. To reduce an Improper Fraflion into its equivalent whole or mixt number. R 1) L E. •Divide the Numerator by the Denominator, and the Quotient will be the whole or mixt Number. Examp, i. 23 Let the given Fraftions be 1^ and -if-» 10 161 i«? 161 144 91 80 ii if...

## A New Compleat and Universal System Or Body of Decimal Arithmetick

Benjamin Martin - Arithmetic - 1735 - 432 pages
...Parts of Mitney., Medfure, &c. Cafe i. To reduce Vulgar Fractions into Decimals, the commun Rule is, to divide -the Numerator by the Denominator, and the Quotient will be the Decimal required ¡ that is, equivalent to the Vulgar Fraction given. EXAMPLE I. What is the Decimal...

## A New Introduction to the Mathematicks: Being Essays on Vulgar and Decimal ...

Benjamin Donne - Algebra - 1758 - 428 pages
...fame Number, it is evident the Quotient mud be the fame as the Quantity firft given. 563.' Cafe 3. To reduce an improper Fraction to . its equivalent, whole, or mixed Number. Divide the Numerator by the Denominator. 564. Example, Reduce ^ to a mixed Number. Solution. 7 -r 3...

## A reply to a pamphlet [by W.S. Powell] entitled Observations on the first ...

Edward Waring - 1760 - 44 pages
...they are all reducible without the extraordinary Aid , of infinite Series. Take any one of them, and divide the Numerator by the Denominator, and the Quotient will be the value of the Fra&ion, if you make/>= i. I have therefore the Authority of both Mac Laurin and Saunderfon,...

## The School-master's Guide: Or, a Complete System of Practical Arithmetic ...

Charles Hutton - Arithmetic - 1766 - 214 pages
...тт| to lts ^^ terms. . ... . . II. To reduce an improper fratlion to its équivalent •whole or mixt number* RULE. Divide the numerator by the denominator, and the quotient will be the integer or mixt number required. EXAMPLES. V=4- Î V=2i. 14 -»Я •5- — I TT == III. To reduce...

## Arithmetical Collections and Improvements: Being a Complete System of ...

Anthony Birks, John Birks - Arithmetic - 1766 - 640 pages
...19 = 586, and 1 19 x 38 + 35 = 4557. Therefore # = » CASE III. To reduce an improper fraction into its equivalent, whole, or mixed number. RULE. Divide the numerator by the denominator, the quotient gives the integer, and under the remainder (if any) fubfcribe the denominator. Reduce—,...

## The Tutor's Assistant Modernised: Or, A Regular System of Practical ...

Thomas Peacock - Arithmetic - 1791 - 302 pages
...terms of ¿jjggg. Anf. CASE II. To reduce an improper fraction to a mixed number, or to an integer. RULE. Divide the numerator by the denominator, and the quotient will be an integer ; and if there is a remainder, make it a numerator to the given denominator : then, reduce...

## A Short Practical Treatise of Arithmetic

R. Barnes - Arithmetic - 1793 - 162 pages
...Decimals. REREDUCTION of JpECIMALSe PROP. i To reduce a Vulgar Fraftion to a Decimal of equal Value. RULE. Divide the Numerator by the Denominator and the Quotient will be the Anfwer. PROP. 2 To reduce Numbers of different Denominations, as Coins Weights, &c. into Decimals....