| William Kent - Engineering - 1902 - 1224 pages
...— Multiply each item by the time of its maturity in days from a flied date, taken as a standard, **and divide the sum of the products by the sum of the** items: the result is the average time in days from the standard date. A owes В $100 due in 30 days.... | |
| 1905 - 1170 pages
...subject. Multiply the average in each subject by the number indicating the relative weight of the subject **and divide the sum of the products by the sum of the** relative weights; the quotient will be the general average. No candidate will be passed who shall not... | |
| David Eugene Smith - Arithmetic - 1905 - 144 pages
...the following is true: To find the average term of credit, multiply each debt by its term of credit **and divide the sum of the products by the sum of the** debts. The following examples may be used if desired: 1. A owes B $30 due in 4 mo., $40 due in 5 mo.,... | |
| United States. Philippine Commission (1899-1900) - Philippines - 1905 - 1452 pages
...subject. Multiply the average in each subject by the number indicating the relative weight of the subject **and divide the sum of the products by the sum of the** relative weights; the quotient will be the general average. No candidate will be passed who shall not... | |
| Civil engineering - 1906 - 592 pages
...term of credit is from Mar. 1 to June 25, or 116 days. We multiply each debt by its term of credit, **and divide the sum of the products by the sum of the** debts. The quotient, 68 days, is the number of days after Mar. 1 when one payment of the whole indebtedness... | |
| James S. Sweet - Business mathematics - 1907 - 268 pages
...To find the Average Term of Credit and the Equated Date. 1. Multiply each item by Us term of Credit, **and divide the sum of the products by the sum of the** items. The quotient is the average term of credit. 2. Compute the average term of credit from the focal... | |
| Wesley Clair Mitchell - Bank notes - 1908 - 746 pages
...for 17 of his 21 industries, weight them by figures obtained from the census returns for occupations, **and divide the sum of the products by the sum of the** weights. This procedure does not eliminate the original errors in the averages for industries; and... | |
| Charles H. Daggett - Chemistry - 1910 - 544 pages
...amounts of the several ingredients by their percentage strengths, add the products and also the amounts, **and divide the sum of the products by the sum of the** amounts. Example. — Six pounds of opium containing 8 per cent, of morphine, 4 pounds containing ;>... | |
| West Virginia - 1911 - 1516 pages
...subject. Alultiply the mark in each subject by the number indicating the relative weight of the subject **and divide the sum of the products by the sum of the** relative weights; the quotient will ba the general average. No candidate will be passed by the board... | |
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