## Adams's New Arithmetic: Arithmetic, in which the Principles of Operating by Numbers are Analytically Explained, and Synthetically Applied; Thus Combining the Inductive and Synthetic Mode of Instruction. Designed for the Use of Schools and Academies in the United States |

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acres amount annexing answer apples barrel of flour bought bushels called ciphers cloth cost common denominator compound interest compound numbers contained cord feet cubic currency decimal fractions diameter difference divided dividend division dollars Dominical letter equal evident EXAMPLES FOR PRACTICE factors farthings federal money foot foregoing examples gain gallons greatest common divisor Hence hogshead hundred hundredths improper fraction integers least common least common multiple length lowest terms measure merator miles mills minuend minutes mixed number months multi multiplicand multiply Note number of terms OPERATION oranges ounce pence pints present worth pupil quantity quarts quotient rate per cent ratio Reduce remainder repetend right hand figure rule shillings simple numbers sold square rods square root subtraction sugar tens thousandths tion TROY WEIGHT units vulgar fractions weight whole number write yards of cloth

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