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

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Such as , The

Such as , The

**whole**of any thing is greater than a part of it ; or , The**whole**is equal to all its parts taken together ; or , Two quantities that are each of them equal to a third quantity , are equal to each other . 14. Page 3

An Integer , or

An Integer , or

**Whole**Number , is some certain precise quantity of units ; as , one , three , ten . These are so called as distinguished from Fractions , which are broken numbers , or parts of numbers ; as , one - half , two - thirds ... Page 4

The following Table contains a summary of the

The following Table contains a summary of the

**whole**doctrine . ... 123,456 ; 789,098 ; 765,432 ; 101,234 ; 567,890 ; And the**whole**may be thus read : -One hundred and twenty - three thousand , four hundred and fifty - six quadrillions ... Page 7

Addition is the collecting or putting of several numbers together , in order to find their sum , or the total amount of the

Addition is the collecting or putting of several numbers together , in order to find their sum , or the total amount of the

**whole**. This is done as follows : Set or place the numbers under each other , so that each figure may stand ... Page 8

An army consists of 52714 infantry * , or foot , 5110 horse , 6250 dragoons , 3927 light - horse , 928 artillery , or gunners , 1410 pioneers , 250 sappers , and 406 miners : what is the

An army consists of 52714 infantry * , or foot , 5110 horse , 6250 dragoons , 3927 light - horse , 928 artillery , or gunners , 1410 pioneers , 250 sappers , and 406 miners : what is the

**whole**number of men ? Ans . 70995 .### What people are saying - Write a review

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