| John Kirkby - Algebra - 1735 - 414 pages
...multiply a Fraction — by a Fraction — - (In. 96.) • Effettwn, Multiply all the Numerators together **for a new Numerator, and all the Denominators together for a new Denominator,** and it is done •-, I fay, = — the Product required. cp Demonßration. Put — = x, — = 2, then... | |
| William Crumpton - Arithmetic - 1766 - 342 pages
...muft firft reduce the compound fraction to a fingle one, thus ; multiply all the numerators together **for a new numerator, and all the denominators together for a new denominator,** and proceed as before. Reduce this compound vulgar fract1on, viz. $ of | of | of any thing, to a decimal... | |
| Geography - 1867 - 964 pages
...conveniently bo made to have the same denominator by the following method : — Multiply each numerator into **all the denominators except its own for a new numerator, and all the denominators together for a** common denominator. The reason of this will be clearly seen from an EXAMPLE, — Reduce J, j, j, j,... | |
| John Thomas Hope - Arithmetic - 1790 - 428 pages
...Cmple fractions, and mixt numbers to improper fractions; then multiply all the numerators together **for a new numerator, and all the denominators together for a new denominator** ; which producís give the anfwer. Note. When any number, either whole or mixed, is multiplied by a... | |
| Thomas Peacock - Arithmetic - 1791 - 300 pages
...CASE IV. ^To reduce a compound fraction to a fingle one. RUL E. Multiply all the numerators together **for a new numerator, and all the denominators together for a new** denomatpr: then, reduce the new fraction to its loweft terms for the anfwtr. NOTE. NOTE. If a part... | |
| William Taylor (teacher of the mathematics.) - Arithmetic - 1800 - 558 pages
...different denominations tp fractions of equal value, that ihall have one common denominator, RULE. **Multiply each numerator by all the denominators except its own, for a new numerator;** then multiply all the denominators together for a new denominator. EXAMPLE i. Reduce f, |, and |, to... | |
| Nicolas Pike - Arithmetic - 1802 - 352 pages
...denom'matart io equivalen; fractions, having a common denominator. RULE I. » Multiply each numerator into **all the denominators, except its own, for a new numerator, and all** ths denominators into each other, continually, for a comBU«I de: tr.i.uator. EXAMPLES. i. Reduce ¿,... | |
| Thomas Hodson - Arithmetic - 1806 - 574 pages
...denominations, to fimple fra&ioivs of the fame denomim>.tion ; then multiply all the numerators together **for a new numerator, and all the denominators together for a new denominator,** and fuch fraction* will be the true product required. Examfle i. Multiply j by f. 3 4 '• J 2 Example... | |
| James Thompson - Arithmetic - 1808 - 180 pages
...To reduce given fractions to others of a common denominator. RULE.— Multiply each numerator into **all the denominators except its own, for a new numerator, and all the denominators together for a** common denominator. EXAMPLES. 17. Reduce |, £ and £ to a common denominator. .3X5xr_104x4xT=, «6X4X5... | |
| Samuel Webber - Mathematics - 1808 - 466 pages
...denominators to equivalent fractions, having a common denominator. RULE 1.* Multiply each numerator into **all the denominators, except its own, for a new numerator ; and all the denominators** continually for the common denominator. EXAMPLES. . 1. Reduce £, |, and 4 to equivalent fractions,... | |
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