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

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... divisors ( they forming parts of the numbers successively divided ) we have r3 14 + di d , da dz d , da + + + d , da dz dą d d , d , Reducing these to a common

... divisors ( they forming parts of the numbers successively divided ) we have r3 14 + di d , da dz d , da + + + d , da dz dą d d , d , Reducing these to a common

**denominator**, we have r , d , dz da di tra dz dą d , + rz d4 d5 . Page 41

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**denominator**The**Denominator**, or number placed below the line , shows how many equal parts the whole quantity is divided into ; and it represents the Divisor in Division . And the Numerator , or number set above the line , shows how ... Page 42

A Proper Fraction , is when the numerator is less than the

A Proper Fraction , is when the numerator is less than the

**denominator**; as , 1 , or , or . An Improper Fraction , is when the numerator is equal to , or exceeds , the**denominator**; as ļ , or ș , or } . In these cases the fraction is ... Page 45

Multiply the integer or whole number by the

Multiply the integer or whole number by the

**denominator**of the fraction , and to the product add the numerator ; then set that sum above the**denominator**for the fraction required . EXAMPLES . 1. Reduce 23 } to a fraction . Page 46

To reduce a whole number to an equivalent fraction , having a given

To reduce a whole number to an equivalent fraction , having a given

**denominator**. * Multiply the whole number by the given**denominator**; then set the product over the said**denominator**, and it will form the fraction required .### What people are saying - Write a review

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