| Benjamin Greenleaf - Arithmetic - 1844 - 210 pages
...Arabic numeral figures, which the Moors introduced into Europe about nine hundred years ago ; viz. **1 one, 2 two, 3 three, 4 four, 5 five, 6 six, 7 seven, 8 eight, 9 nine,** 0 cipher, or nothing. The first nine are called significant figures, as distinguished from the cipher,... | |
| Charles WATERHOUSE - Arithmetic - 1844 - 228 pages
...degree, by certain character! called figures. The characters most used to express numbers, are 1 (unit or **one), 2 (two), 3 -(three), 4 (four), 5 (five), 6 (six), 7 (seven), 8 (eight), 9 (nine)** ; and will be those introduced into this work/) Either of these characters, by itself, or if the right... | |
| Francis Henney Smith - Arithmetic - 1845 - 712 pages
...FIGURES. Only ten of these characters are used. They are, (7) 0 which is called zero, a cipher, or Naught, **1 One, 2 Two, 3 Three, 4 Four, 5 Five, 6 Six, 7 Seven, 8 Eight, 9 Nine. The** nine figures 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, are called digits or significant figures. Q. What is arithmetic... | |
| George Henry HOUGH - Burmese language - 1845 - 994 pages
...8o5gfoof^g£». nnk woe si'1 •.- . •• • im ..•.?»•• ».•••• I FIGURES AND NUMERALS. **1 one. 2 two. 3 three. 4 four. 5 five. 6 six. 7 seven. 8 eight. 9 nine.** 10 ten. 11 eleven. 12 twelve. 13 thirteen. 14 fourteen. 15 fifteen. 16 sixteen. 17 seventeen. 18 eighteen.... | |
| Z. Jones - Arithmetic - 1845 - 58 pages
...numerical value. $ 1. Values. Every figure represents a determinate value. The value of 1 is one ; of **2, two ; 3, three ; 4, four ; 5, five ; 6, six ; 7, seven ; 8, eight; 9, nine.** This determinate value of figures may be called their absolute value. Every figure may have also a... | |
| Benjamin Franklin Baker - Music - 1845 - 152 pages
...Mi Re Do QUESTIONS. 1. If the staff be designated by the G clef, upon which degree is one writ' ten? **2. Two? 3. Three? 4. Four? 5. Five? 6. Six? 7. Seven? 8. Eight? 9.** If the staff be designated by the F clef, upon which degree is one written ? 10. Two? 11. Three? 12.... | |
| Charles Waterhouse - Arithmetic - 1844 - 216 pages
...called figures. The characters most used to express numbers, are 1 (unit or one), 2 (two),'£(three), **4 (four), 5 (five), 6 (six), 7 (seven), 8 (eight), 9 (nine)** ; and. will be those introduced into this work-1 Either of these characters, by itself, or if the right... | |
| mrs. Henry Ayres - 1846 - 400 pages
...ton, &c. 13. Digits or figures are the characters by which you express numbers, and are as follow: **1 one, 2 two, 3 three, 4 four, 5 five, 6 six, 7 seven, 8 eight, 9 nine,** and 0 cipher or nought. 14. The object of all Arithmetic is to find out quantities not known, by some... | |
| Charles Davies - Arithmetic - 1846 - 362 pages
...called figures. There are ten of these characters. They are 0 which is called a cipher, or Naught, **1 - ... One, 2 - ... Two, 3 - ... Three, 4 ... Four,...- ... Six, 7 - - Seven, 8 - ... Eight, 9 ... Nine.** Q. Of what does arithmetic treat ? How are numbers expressed ? How many figures are there ? Name them.... | |
| James Bates Thomson - Arithmetic - 1846 - 112 pages
...two Is, thus 11 j to express twelve, we use 1 and 2, thus 12; and so on, as in the following TABLE. **1, one. 2, two. 3, three. 4, four. 5, five. 6, six. 7, seven. 8, eight. 9, nine.** 10, ten. 11, eleven. 12, twelve. 13, thirteen. 14, fourteen. 15, fifteen. 16, sixteen. 17,. seventeen.... | |
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