| James William Nicholson - Arithmetic - 1885 - 248 pages
...the minuend. PROOF. — Add the remainder and the subtrahend; their sum should be the minuend. 87. **Instead of diminishing by 1 the units of the next higher order in the minuend,** it is more convenient in practice to increase by 1 the units of the next higher order in the subtrahend.... | |
| Andrew Jackson Rickoff - Arithmetic - 1886 - 688 pages
...term of the minuend must then be diminished by one. Proof. — Add the remainder to the subtrahend. **If the sum is equal to the minuend the work is correct.** .jl) •) Examples for Practice and Review. )W many years have passed since the discovery of America... | |
| Andrew Jackson Rickoff - 1888 - 470 pages
...higher term of the minuend must then be diminished by one. Proof.—Add the remainder to the subtrahend. **If the sum is equal to the minuend the work is correct.** Examples for Practice and Review. 1. How many years have passed since the discovery of America in 1492... | |
| George Soulé - Arithmetic - 1888 - 570 pages
...one from the other. 89. To Prove the operation of subtraction, add the remainder to the subtrahend: **if the sum is equal to the minuend, the work is correct.** • 90. Subtraction is the reverse of addition, and by it we find what number added to the lesser of... | |
| George Albert Wentworth - Arithmetic - 1889 - 434 pages
...the next higher order of the minuend and subtract. Proof. Add together the remainder and subtrahend. **If the sum is equal to the minuend, the work is correct.** MULTIPLICATION OF INTEGRAL NUMBERS. Principle 1. The multiplier is an abstract number. Principle 2.... | |
| Andrew Jackson Rickoff - Arithmetic - 1891 - 170 pages
...term of the minuend must then be diminished by one. PROOF. — Add the remainder to the subtrahend. **If the sum is equal to the minuend, the work is correct.** Multiplication and Division.— Sevens completed. !.••»•••• 1. How many dots in 1 line... | |
| George Washington Hull - Arithmetic - 1894 - 200 pages
...tens leave 6 tens, which we write under the tens. PROOF. — Add the difference to the subtrahend ; **if the sum is equal to the minuend, the work is correct.** Thus, 63 + 35 = 98, the minuend ; hence the result is correct. Subtract — 20. 21. 68458 67438 21457... | |
| George Albert Wentworth - Arithmetic - 1896 - 526 pages
...of the next higher order of the minuend and subtract. PROOF. Add the remainder and the subtrahend. **If the sum is equal to the minuend, the work is correct.** EXERCISE 12. — WRITTEN. Find the remainder and prove : 1. 945 — 896. 11. 407 — 348. 21. 682 —... | |
| George Albert Wentworth - Arithmetic - 1897 - 396 pages
...of the next higher order of the minuend and subtract. PROOF. Add the remainder and the subtrahend. **If the sum is equal to the minuend, the work is correct.** EXERCISE 12. — WRITTEN. Find the remainder and prove : 1. 945 — 896. 11. 407 — 348. 21. 682 —... | |
| Joseph Ray - Arithmetic - 1903 - 364 pages
...next lower figure, and subtract as before. SUBTRACTION Proof. — Add the remainder to the subtrahend. **If the sum is equal to the minuend, the work is correct.** 1. 2. Minuends, 7640 860012 Subtrahends, 1234 430021 Remainders, 6406 429991 Proof, 7640 860012 Subtract... | |
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