## A Course of Mathematics: In Two Volumes. For the Use of the Royal Military Academy, Volume 1 |

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**Multiplication**9 9 expansion by synthetic diDivision 13 13 vision 131 168 Reduction 18 17 Problems on these rules 131 131 Tables of weights and measures 18 18 Greatest common measure ... 132 Comparison of French and ... Page 9

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**MULTIPLICATION**. -**MULTIPLICATION**is a compendious method of Addition , teaching how to find the amount of any given number when repeated a certain number of times ; as , 4 times 6 , which is 24 . The number to be**multiplied**... Page 10

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Then , beginning at the right hand ,

**multiply**every figure in this by the multiplier . ... of every single figure , and set down the remainder directly under the figure that is**multiplied**; and if nothing remains , set down a cipher . Page 11

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**multiply**by a Number consisting of Several Figures . * Set the multiplier below the multiplicand , placing them as in Addition , namely , units under units , tens under tens , & c . drawing a line below it .**Multiply**the whole of the ... Page 12

**Multiply**123456789 by 3 . ...**Multiply**823456789 by 7 . ... If the ciphers be at the right - hand of the numbers ;**multiply**the other figures only , and annex as many ciphers to the right - hand of the whole product , as are in both the ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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