| John Radford Young - Algebra - 1832 - 408 pages
...the third is to receive as much as the first and second together, and i as much more ; and the eldest **is to receive as much as the other three, and ¿ as much more** : required the share of each? Ans. The share of the 1st is 24/., of the 2d 361,, of the 3d 80/., and... | |
| Richard W. Green - Algebra - 1839 - 156 pages
...more than A, and C has i more than B. What is each man's share? Ans. A, 9 acres; B, 12; C, 15. 10. **A gentleman leaves $315 to be divided among four servants...; D is to receive as much as the other three, and** A as much more. What is the share of each? Ans. A $24 ; B $36 : C $80 ; D $175. SUBTRACTION OF COMPOUND... | |
| John Radford Young - 1857 - 324 pages
...the third is to receive as much as the first and second together, and ^ as much more ; and the eldest **is to receive as much as the other three, and \ as much more.** Required the share of each. . ( The share of the 1st is 24Z., of the 2d 361., I of the 3d 801., and... | |
| Edward Olney - Algebra - 1874 - 228 pages
...invested, receiving only $1,446. What was the value of his property when he began ? Ans., $11,568. 29. **A gentleman leaves $315 to be divided among four servants...three, and £ as much more. What is the share of each** ? price of the chaise, the remainder will be the same as if ^ of the price of the chaise be subtracted... | |
| Edward Olney - Algebra - 1874 - 232 pages
...invested, receiving only $1,446. What was the value of his property when he began ? Ans., $11,568. 29. **A gentleman leaves $315 to be divided among four servants...B is to receive as much as A, and % as much more;** 0 is to receive as much as A and B, and ^ as much more; D is to receive as much as the other three,... | |
| Edward Olney - 1880 - 260 pages
...invested, receiving only $1,446. What was the value of his property when he began ? Ans., $11,568. 29. **A gentleman leaves $315 to be divided among four servants...much more; C is to receive as much as A and B, and** -J- as much more; D is to receive as much as the other three, and J- as much more. What is the share... | |
| Edward Olney - Algebra - 1881 - 254 pages
...invested, receiving only $1,446. What was the value of his property when he began ? Ans., $11,568. 29. **A gentleman leaves $315 to be divided among four servants...more; D is to receive as much as the other three, and** J- as much more. What is the share of each ? price of the chaise, the remainder will be the same as... | |
| William James Milne - Algebra - 1881 - 360 pages
...be divided among four servants, as follows: B was to receive as much as A and £ as much more; C was **to receive as much as A and B and \ as much more; D** was to receive as much as the other three and \ as much more. What was the share of each ? 90. Two... | |
| William James Milne - Algebra - 1892 - 370 pages
...divided among four servants, as follows : li was to receive as much as A and \ as much more ; C was **to receive as much as A and B and \ as much more ; D** was to receive as much as the other three and \ as much more. What was the share of each ? 107. Two... | |
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