| John Bayley (fellow of Emmanuel College, Cambridge.) - Algebra - 1830 - 175 pages
...the 5th part is 4л; . • . 9#=135 pence . = £l : 5 : 0d. Divide the number 46 into two such parts, **that when the one is divided by 7, and the other by 3, the** quotients may amount to 10. Find the parts. Let x = one part. . • . 46— # = the other. x 5=io 1st.... | |
| Meyer Hirsch - Algebra - 1831 - 362 pages
...afterwards added, the sum = a. . mna Ans. j — . m-\- n 11) Divide the number 46 into two unequal **parts, so that when the one is divided by 7, and the other by 3, the** quotients together may amount to 10. What are these parts ? Ans. 28 and 18. 12) Divide a number a into... | |
| Benjamin Peirce - Algebra - 1837 - 288 pages
...when it is divided successively by m and by n, the sum of the quotients = a. . mna Ans. — j — . **m-\-n 13. Divide the number 46 into two parts, so...traveller, amount to 3040 miles ; of which I have travelled** ;>.', times as much by water as on horseback, and 2£ times as much on foot as by water. How many miles... | |
| Benjamin Peirce - Algebra - 1843 - 308 pages
...when it is divided successively by m and by n, the sum of the quotients = a. . mna Ans. —:—. wj~* **13. Divide the number 46 into two parts, so that when...traveller, amount to 3040 miles; of which I have travelled** t'U times as much by water as on horseback, and 2£ times as much on foot as by water. How many miles... | |
| Popular educator - 1854 - 1274 pages
...as cavalry. How many are there in each corps ? Ans. 200 cavalry, 6SO artillery, and 1,800 foot. 94. **Divide the number 46 into two parts, so that when the one is divided by 7, and the other by 3, the** quotients together may amount to 10. What are the parts f Ans. 28 and 18. 95. From the first of two... | |
| Benjamin Osgood Peirce - Algebra - 1855 - 288 pages
...it is divided successively by m and by n, the sum of the quotients = a. mna Ans. — j — . Hi-fn **13. Divide the number 46 into two parts, so that when...together, says a traveller, amount to 3040 miles; of** winch I have travelled 3^. times as much by water as on horseback, and 2J times as much on foot as... | |
| Elias Loomis - Algebra - 1856 - 280 pages
...have I in my pocket when the fourth and fifth parts of the same together amount to $9 ? Ans. $20. BO **that when the one is divided by 7, and the other by 3, the** quotients together may amount to 10. Ans. 28 and 18. Prob. 18. A fortress has a garrison of 2600 men,... | |
| Isaac Todhunter - Algebra - 1858 - 496 pages
...is still due; what was the amount of the bill? 5. Divide 46 into two parts, such that if one part be **divided by 7 and the other by 3, the sum of the quotients** shall be 10. 6. A company of 266 persons consists of men, women and children; there are four times... | |
| Benjamin Peirce - Algebra - 1860 - 300 pages
...that when it is divided successively by m and by n, the sum of the quotients = a. . mna Ans. —-j—. **13. Divide the number 46 into two parts, so that when...the sum of the quotients = 10. Ans. 28 and 18. 14.** AH my journeyings taken together, says a traveller, amount to 3040 miles; of which I have travelled... | |
| Horatio Nelson Robinson - Algebra - 1863 - 432 pages
...^ and ^ of itself is equal to 250 ? Ans. 120. 4. Divide 77 into two such parts that if one part be **divided by 7 and the other by 3, the sum of the quotients** shall be 15. Am. 56 and 21. 5. The sum of two numbers is 75, and their difference is equal to I of... | |
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