| John Eadon - 1766 - 333 páginas
...reduce it to the next greater name ; then begin with the upper one, annex the quotient of each divifion, **as decimal parts, on the right hand of the dividend next below it ; and let this mixt number be** -¿-cd by its ~- for, Thus pioced thro* a!4 the denominations, and the latt quote will be the decimal... | |
| Samuel Webber - 1801
...decimal, -790625!. as by the rule. 3. Begin with the highest, and write the quotient of each division, **as decimal parts, on the right hand of the! dividend next below it ; and** so on, till they be all used, and the last quotient will be the decimal sought. EXAMPLES. i. Reduce... | |
| Nicolas Pike - 1802 - 352 páginas
...line perpendicularly between them. 3. Begin with the Irgheft, and write the quotient of each diviiion **as decimal parts on the right hand of the dividend next below it, and** fo on, until they are all ufed, and the lait quotient will be the decimal fought. I. Reduce 17/. 8-J¿/.... | |
| Paul Deighan - 1804
...fuperior ; let thefe be divifors : then beginning with the loweft denomination with cyphers adding **(making a dot between the cyphers and the figure)...of each divifor as decimal parts on the right hand** ot the dividend next below it, and let this mixed number be divided by its divifor, and fo on till... | |
| Charles Vyse - 1806 - 320 páginas
...(making a Dot between the Ciphers and the Figure), and divide, writing the Quotient of each Divisor **as Decimal Parts on the Right Hand of the Dividend...below it : and let this mixt Number be divided by its** Divisor, and so on, till all be finished ; and the last Quotient will be the Decimal required. : RULE... | |
| Nicolas Pike - 1807 - 352 páginas
...line perpendicularly between them 3. Begin with the higheft and write the quotient of each divifion **as decimal parts on the right hand of the dividend next below it, and** fo on, until they are all ufed> and the lad quotient will be the decimal fought. EXAMPLES. i. Reduce... | |
| Daniel Adams - 1807 - 216 páginas
...between them.. .: " III. BEGIN with the highest, and write the quotient of each division, as de" cimal **parts, on the right hand of the dividend next below it, and** so on, till " they are all used, and the last quotient will be the decimal sought." EXAMPLES, 1. REDUCE... | |
| Nicolas Pike - 1809 - 300 páginas
...line perpendicularly between them. 3. Begin with the higheft, and write the quotient of each divifibn **as decimal parts on the right hand of the dividend next below** h, and fo on, until they are all ufed, and the laft quotient will be the decimal fought. EXAMPLES.... | |
| Daniel Adams - 1812 - 216 páginas
...perpendicularly between them. " IH. Begin with the higheft, and write the quotient of each divifion, **as "decimal parts, on the right hand of the dividend next below it, and** fo on, " till they are all ufed, and the lail quotient will be the decimal fought." EXAMPLES. 1. Reduce... | |
| Charles Hutton - 1822
...the uppermost, and perform all the divisions . only observing to set the quotient of each division, **as decimal parts, on the right hand of the dividend next below it** ; shall the last quotient be the decimal required. EXAMPLES. 1. Reduce 17s 9Jd to the decimal of a... | |
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