| William Duane - 1811 - 324 páginas
...old tedious and confused Roman mode of computation by alphabetical letters ; they are as follow ; One **1 Two .... 2 Three 3 Four ... - . 4 Five ' -' - - 5 Six 6 Seven - - - - - 7 Eight 8 Nine 9** Cypher 0 The first nine of these are called significant figures, to distinguish them from the cypher,... | |
| William Fordyce Mavor - 1825 - 168 páginas
...is one. I want more, I want ten if you please. Here are ten. Count them. I will. Ofte(l),two(2]Ji, **three (3), four (4), five (5), six (6), seven (7)•, eight (8), nine (9),** ten (10). Lesson 16. . Tom fell in the pond; they got him out, but he was wet and cold; and his eyes... | |
| Daniel Adams - 1828 - 264 páginas
...IOO.orV.J CCIOO.orX. 100O. CCCIOOD.orC. M. MM. A unit, unity, or one, is represented by this character, **1. Two 2. Three 3. Four 4. Five . 5. Six 6. Seven 7. Eight 8. Nine 9.** Ten has no appropriate character to represent it ; but is considered as forming a unit of a second... | |
| Daniel Adams - 1828 - 264 páginas
...LXX. One million M. I.XXX. Two million TSM. A unit, unity, or one, is represented by this character, **1 . Two . ' 2. Three 3. Four 4. Five 5. Six .6. Seven " 7. .Eight .....,..-.. 8. Nine 9.** Ten has no appropriate character to represent it ; but is considered as forming a unit of a second... | |
| James L. Connolly (mathematician.) - 1829 - 250 páginas
...numbers, characters, or figures, and teaches to read and write them by their true value. Thus, one I, **two 2, three 3, four 4, five 5, six 6, seven 7, eight 8, nine 9,** nought or cipher 0; and this is the reading and writing of figures. These nine figures or digits are... | |
| Roswell Chamberlain Smith - 1831 - 268 páginas
...an inkstand; how much do they come to? How many are thirteen and three ? 25. Count one hundred. One **1 Two 2 Three 3 Four 4 Five 5 Six 6 Seven 7 Eight 8 Nine 9** Ten 10 Eleven 11 Twelve 12 miurteen ..13 Fourteen ..14 Fifteen 15 Sixteen 16 Seventeen . 17 Eighteen... | |
| James L. Connolly (mathematician.) - 1835 - 250 páginas
...characters, or figures, and teaches to read and write them by their true value. Thus, one 1, two 3, **three 3, four 4, five 5, six 6, seven 7, eight 8, nine 9,** nought or cipher 0 ; and this is the reading . and writing of figures. These nine figures or digits... | |
| William Ruger - 1836 - 263 páginas
...employed in the Arabick method, are ex* pressed and writteii as follows : — Unit, unity or one, I **Two, . 2 Three, 3 Four, 4 Five, 5 Six, 6 Seven, 7 Eight, 8 Nine, . 9** And a cipher, 0 These figures are also called digits, from the Latin word lUgitus, a' finger. The,'... | |
| Roswell Chamberlain Smith - 1839
...Two thousand, MM. MDCCCXXXIV » VI. We have a shorter method still, which is in rery general t. as **will appear by observing what follows : — A unit,...written..... 1. Two, 2. Three, 3. Four, 4. Five, 5. Six,** C. Seven, 7. Eight, 8. Nine, 9. Q. What are these characters called ? A. Figures. Q. By what other... | |
| Daniel Adams - 1839 - 262 páginas
...number increases its value one thousand timet A unit, unity, or one, is represented by this character, **1 Two 2, Three 3 Four . ... . . . . . . 4. Five ••...•...5....Six ...••••••6. Seven 7 Eight 8. Nine 9.** Ten has no appropriate character to represent it ; but is considered as forming a unit of a second... | |
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