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

### From inside the book

Results 1-5 of 100

Page vii

8 8 another proof of Multiplication 9 9 expansion by synthetic diDivision 13 13 vision 131 168 Reduction 18 17 Problems on these

8 8 another proof of Multiplication 9 9 expansion by synthetic diDivision 13 13 vision 131 168 Reduction 18 17 Problems on these

**rules**131 131 Tables of weights and measures 18 18 Greatest common measure ... 132 Comparison of French and ... Page 8

Now , from the demonstration above given , the reason of the

Now , from the demonstration above given , the reason of the

**rule**itself evident : for the excess of 9s in two or more numbers being taken separately , and the excess of 9s taken also out of the sum of the former excesses , it is plain ... 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 Factors . Before proceeding to any operations in this

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 10

Before proceeding to any operations in this

Before proceeding to any operations in this

**rule**, it is necessary to commit thoroughly to memory the following Table , of all the products of the first 12 . numbers , commonly called the Multiplication Table , or sometimes the Table of ... Page 11

But this cannot be practised till the

But this cannot be practised till the

**rule**of division is learned . Or thus :Having placed the multiplier under the multiplicand as in the previous**rule**, multiply by the left - hand figure , setting down the product as if that figure ...### What people are saying - Write a review

We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.

### Other editions - View all

A Course of Mathematics: Composed for the Use of the Royal Military Academy Charles Hutton No preview available - 2015 |

### Common terms and phrases

added algebraic angle answer applied arithmetical base called centre circle coefficients common compound contained continued cube decimal denominator denote describe diameter difference distance divided division divisor double draw drawn equal equation EXAMPLES expression extremes factors figure former four fraction functions give given greater half hence interest intersection join latter length less manner means measure meeting method Multiply obtained operation opposite parallel parallelogram perpendicular plane position principal PROBLEM proportional quantity question quotient radius ratio rectangle Reduce remainder respectively result right angles root rule sides signs simple solution square subtract successive supposing taken THEOREM third triangle Whence whole yards