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

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The number to divide by , is the Divisor : and the number of times the dividend contains the divisor is called the

The number to divide by , is the Divisor : and the number of times the dividend contains the divisor is called the

**Quotient**. Sometimes there is a Remainder left , after the division is finished . The usual manner of placing the terms ... Page 13

1 LA CO Dividend , Divisor 4 ) 12 ( 3

1 LA CO Dividend , Divisor 4 ) 12 ( 3

**Quotient**; showing that the number 4 is 3 12 times contained in 12 , or may be 3 times subtracted out of 4 subtr . it , as in the margin . * Rule . Having placed the divisor before the dividend ... Page 13

... as follows : I. Division by any Small Number , not greater than 12 , may be expeditiously performed , by multiplying and subtracting mentally , omitting to set down the work except only the

... as follows : I. Division by any Small Number , not greater than 12 , may be expeditiously performed , by multiplying and subtracting mentally , omitting to set down the work except only the

**quotient**immediately below the dividend . Page 14

4 Dividend , Divisor 4 ) 12 ( 3

4 Dividend , Divisor 4 ) 12 ( 3

**Quotient**; showing that the number 4 is 3 12 times contained in 12 , or may be 3 times subtracted out of 4 subtr . it , as in the margin . * Rule . Having placed the divisor before the dividend , as 8 ... Page 15

... as follows : I. Division by any Small Number , not greater than 12 , may be expeditiously performed , by multiplying and subtracting mentally , omitting to set down the work except only the

... as follows : I. Division by any Small Number , not greater than 12 , may be expeditiously performed , by multiplying and subtracting mentally , omitting to set down the work except only the

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