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

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Reject those nines , and set down the

Reject those nines , and set down the

**remainder**6512 8295 towards the right hand directly even with the figures in the line , as in the annexed example . Do the same 18304 with each of the proposed lines of numbers , setting all these ... Page 8

SUBTRACTION teaches to find how much one number exceeds another , called their difference , or the

SUBTRACTION teaches to find how much one number exceeds another , called their difference , or the

**remainder**, by ... and take each figure in the lower line , or number , from the figure above it , setting down the**remainder**below it. Page 9

the upper one , and then take the lower figure from that sum , setting down the

the upper one , and then take the lower figure from that sum , setting down the

**remainder**, and carrying 1 , for what was borrowed , to the next lower figure , with which proceed as before ; and so on till the whole is finished . Page 10

Count how many tens there are in the product of every single figure , and set down the

Count how many tens there are in the product of every single figure , and set down the

**remainder**directly under the figure that is multiplied ; and if nothing remains , set down a cipher . Carry as many units or ones as there are tens ... Page 11

Multiply these two

Multiply these two

**remainders**together , and cast the 9s out of the product , as also out of the whole product or answer of the question , reserving the**remainders**of these last two , which**remainders**must be equal when the work is ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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