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

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**Factor**of a composite number , or simply a**Factor**, is any one of the numbers which enters into the composition of that composite number . NOTATION AND NUMERATION . These rules teach how to denote or express any proposed number ... Page 9

And the number found , being the total amount , is called the Product . Also , both the multiplier and multiplicand are , in general , named the Terms or

And the number found , being the total amount , is called the Product . Also , both the multiplier and multiplicand are , in general , named the Terms or

**Factors**. Before proceeding to any operations in this rule , it. Page 11

+ Cast all the 9s out of the sum of the figures in each of the two

+ Cast all the 9s out of the sum of the figures in each of the two

**factors**, as in Addition , and set down the remainders . Multiply these two remainders together , and cast the 9s out of the product , as also out of the whole product ... Page 12

I. When there are Ciphers in the

I. When there are Ciphers in the

**Factors**. 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**factors**. Page 16

... divide by one of the

... divide by one of the

**factors**of the divisor , putting down the remainder to the right of the quotient ... as in the former case ; then this quotient by the next**factor**, and so on till all the**factors**have been used .### What people are saying - Write a review

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