| Daniel W. Fish - Arithmetic - 1874 - 316 pages
...diminish by 1 the units of the next higher order in the minuend, and proceed as before. PROOF. — **Add the remainder to the subtrahend, and if the sum...diminishing by 1 the units of the next higher order in the** minmnd, we may increase by 1 the units of the next higher order in the subtrahend. Subtract 13. 20762... | |
| Lorenzo Fairbanks - 1875 - 468 pages
...4002 856.27 4268.91 PROOF. 9. The following are the principal methods of proving subtraction:— 1. **Add the remainder to the subtrahend; and if the sum is equal to the minuend, the work** may be accounted correct. 2. Subtract the remainder from the minuend ; if the work is right, the difference... | |
| Horatio Nelson Robinson - Arithmetic - 1877 - 250 pages
...diminish by 1 the units of the next higher order in the minuend, and proceed as before. Ркоог. — **Add the remainder to the subtrahend, and if the sum is equal to the minuend,** Hie work is correct. Instead of diminishing by 1 the nuits of the next higher order in the minuend,... | |
| William Guy Peck - Arithmetic - 1877 - 428 pages
...when re quired, are performed mentally. EXAMPLES. PROOF. — Add the remainder to the subtrahend ; **if the sum is equal to the minuend, the work is correct.** ILLUSTRATIONS. From 75,625 376,781 Ibs. $367,045 $84.16 subtract 24,3J9 _95£845J5s. $106,253 $29.18... | |
| Joseph Ray - Arithmetic - 1877 - 352 pages
...lower figure, or take one from the next upper figure. PROOF. — Add the remainder to the subtrahend; **if the sum is equal to the minuend, the work is correct.** EXAMPLES. (1) (2) (3) (4) Minuends, 7640 860012 4500120 3860000 Subtrahends, 1234 430021 2910221 120901... | |
| William Guy Peck - Arithmetic - 1878 - 240 pages
...(5.) (6.) (7.) (8.) (9.) (10.) 16 18 12 10 9 8 12 20 16 21 _^_ijL_Z_l_5_-i_^J!J' 7 To prove the work, **add the remainder to the subtrahend, and if the sum is equal to the minuend the work is** presumed to be right. Perform and prove the following EXAMPLES. (ll.)(13.)(18.) (14.) (15.} (16.) (17.)... | |
| Joseph Ficklin - Arithmetic - 1881 - 406 pages
...units of the next higher order of the subtrahend, and proceed as before. PROOF. Add the difference or **remainder to the subtrahend, and if the sum is equal to the minuend, the work is correct.** For practice with abstract numbers, copy examples from the Drill Table on page 18. To illustrate :... | |
| Daniel W. Fish - Arithmetic - 1883 - 352 pages
...higher order of the minuend^ and proceed as before. PROOF. — Add the remainder to the subtrahend ; **if the sum is equal to the minuend, the work is correct. Instead of diminishing by 1 the** next higher order of the minuend, practically we add 1 to the next higher order of the subtrahend.... | |
| Daniel W. Fish - Arithmetic - 1883 - 364 pages
...higher order of the minuend, and proceed as before. PROOF. — Add the remainder to the subtrahend ; **if the. sum is equal to the minuend, the work is correct. • Instead of diminishing by 1 the** next higher order of the minuend, practically we add 1 to the next higher order of the subtrahend.... | |
| Benjamin Adams Hathaway - Arithmetic - 1885 - 190 pages
...carry one to the next lower left-hand figure. 1 1 . What are the Methods of Proof of Subtraction ? (1) **Add the remainder to the subtrahend, and if the sum is equal to the minuend the work is correct.** (2) Subtract the remainder from the minuend, and if the difference is equal to the subtrahend the work... | |
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