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

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Make a cross as in multiplication , and cast out the nines from the divisor and quotient , and place the

Make a cross as in multiplication , and cast out the nines from the divisor and quotient , and place the

**respective**M remainders , instead of D and Q**respectively**. Cast the nines also out of the remainder , and annex it to Q by the ... Page 14

Make a cross as in multiplication , and cast out the nines from the divisor and quotient , and place the

Make a cross as in multiplication , and cast out the nines from the divisor and quotient , and place the

**respective**M remainders , instead of D and Q**respectively**. Cast the nines also out of the remainder , and annex it to Q by the ... Page 22

By comparing the number of grains in the Avoirdupois and Troy pound and ounce

By comparing the number of grains in the Avoirdupois and Troy pound and ounce

**respectively**, it appears that the Troy pound is less than the Avoirdupois , in the proportion of 144 to 175 ; but the Troy ounce is greater ... Page 47

Then divide the common denominator by the denominator of each fraction , and multiply the quotient by the numerator — the several products will be the numerators ; which are to be placed

Then divide the common denominator by the denominator of each fraction , and multiply the quotient by the numerator — the several products will be the numerators ; which are to be placed

**respectively**over the common denominator for the ... Page 50

... or 2i = 71 : 55 - 11 In like manner , if the terms of 71 were

... or 2i = 71 : 55 - 11 In like manner , if the terms of 71 were

**respectively**added to those of us , we should have 35 + 7 55 + 11 = 4 = 1 : Or , generally , if may in a similar way be shown , that a Fe = 0 6 bot d b Hence , when two ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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