| John Armstrong - Arithmetic - 1831 - 152 pages
...terms in the following order: that which is the principal cause of gain, loss or action, possesses **the first place; that which denotes space of time, or distance of place, the second; and that** which is the gain, loss, or action the third; then place the other two terms, which move the question,... | |
| Michael Walsh - 1831 - 348 pages
...conditional terms in this order : that which is the principal cause of gain, loss, or action, possesses **the first place ; that which denotes space of time or distance of place, the second ; and that** which is the gain, loss, or action, the third : then place the other two terms, which move the question,... | |
| Michael Walsh - Arithmetic - 1838 - 327 pages
...conditional terms in this order : that which is the principal cause of gain, loss, or action, possesses **the first place ; that which denotes space of time or distance of place, the second ; and that** which is the gain, loss, or action, the third : then place the other two terms, which move the question,... | |
| Arithmetic - 1841 - 218 pages
...five numbers given to find a sixth. RULE. — State the question, (2) by placing the three conditional **terms in such order that that number which is the...the first place; that which denotes space of time,** distance of place, direction or dimension, the second; and that which is the gain, loss, or action,... | |
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