1. It is required to reduce $9.9*67 cts. to lawful money. 99•67 3 29.901 20 18.020 12 -240 29). 18s. Ans. 2. It is required to reduce $67.90 to lawful money. Ans. 206 78. 4 d. 3. It is required to reduce $99.999 to lawful money Ans. 291. 195. 114 d. 4. It is required to reduce 861.276 to lawful mo. ney. Ans. 181. 78. 74d. To reduce the former currency of New-York and North Carolina to dols. cts. &c. and the contrary, Ruke. Prepare the sum to be reduced exactly as in New Hampshire, Massachusetts, &c. and divide by 4 instead of 3, the quotient is cents; a dollar in New-York is equal to 83. Examples. 98+4=$24'50 Ans. 2. Reduce 6230 10s. to dollars, and cents, &c. 2305-4=$576•25 Ans. 3. Reduce 6219 15s. 4 d. to dollars, cents, &c. 2197.50 •18 4. Reduce 6419 10s. to dollars, cents, &c. $1048.75 Ans. Change dollars, &c. to New-York and North Carolina currency. Rule.--Proceed as in New Hampshire currency, &c. only multiply by 4 instead of 3; the value of a dollar is equal to four tenths of a pound. Examples. 1. Change 842 dols. to New-York currency, &c. 842 cy, &c. 6336 16s. Ans. 2. Change $114.25 to North-Carolina curren. Ans. £45 145. New-Jersey, Delaware, Pennsylvania, and Maryland currencies reduced to the present currency of the United States, and the contrary. RULE.-Multiply the given sum (if it is pounds only,) by 8, and divide the product by 3 ; the quo, tient is dollars. If the sum is pounds, shillings and pence, , reduce the whole to pence, and add one ninth of the whole to itself, the sum' will be cents; a dollar in these states is equal to 7s. 6d., or of a pound. Examples 1. It is required to reduce 6942 to dollars, &c. 942 8 3)7536 $2512 Ans. 2. It is required to reduce 6961 19s. 6d. to dol Ans. $2565•31 cts. Jars, &c. Reduce dollars, &c. to the former currency of New Jersey, Delaware, Pennsylvania and Maryland. Rule.--If the sum is dollars only, multiply by 3, and divide by 8, the quotient is pounds ; if the sum is dollars and cents, subtract one tenth of the whole sum from itself, the remainder is pence. 1. Reduce 628 dollars to Delaware currency, &c. 628X3;8=6235 10s. Ans. 2. Reduce 2512 dollars to New Jersey currency. Ans. 6942. 3. Reduce $2565•20 to Maryland currency, &c. South Carolina and Georgia currency reduced to dols. cts, and the contrary. RULE. If the sum to be reduced is pounds, multiply by 30, and divide by 7, the quotient is dol, lars ; (a dollar in South Carolina is equal to 4s. 8d. or seven thirtieths of a pound); if there are shillings and pence, &c. reduce the whole to pence, an. nex two cyphers and divide by 56, the quotient is ol cents. Examples. 56 7 1680 8240 Ans. 2. It is required to reduce £21 to dollars, &c. Ans. $90. 3. Reduce #22 9s, 4d. to dols. &c. Ans. $96.287. Dollars, &c. reduced to Georgia, and South Carolina currency RULĘ. Multiply dollars by 7, and divide by 30, the quotient is pounds ; if there are cents in the sum, multiply by 56, reject two figures from the right of the product, the rest of the figures are pence. Examples. 240X7+30=656 Ans. 2. Reduce $90 to South Carolina currency, &c. 90X7-:-30=421 Ans. 3. Reduce $96.284 to Georgia currency. 96.284 56 To reduce Canada and Nova Scotia currency to the present currency of the United States, and the contrary. RULE.-When the sum to be reduced is pounds; multiply by 4, the product is dollars, (i dol. is equal to 5 shillings in Canada, &c.); if shillings and pence are in the sum, reduce the whole to pence, annex 2 cyphers, and divide by 60, (note, 60 pence are equal to a dol.) the quotient is cents. Examples. 1. Reduce 6108 to dollars. 108 X4=$432 Ans. 2. Reduce £121 to dollars. 121 X4=$484 Ans. 3. Reduce 61057 58. Canada currency, to döl-lars, &c. 1057 5 20 1 21145 12 253740.00 :-60=84229.00 Ans. Dollars, &c. reduced to the currency of Canada and Nova Scotia.. RULE.-If the sum: to be reduced'is dollars, divide them by 4, the quotient is pounds ;. if there are dollars and cts. multiply by 60 rejecting two figures on the right, the product is pence. Eramples: 1. Reduce $432 to Canadá currency, &c. 432-4=£108 Ans. 2. Reduce 8484 to Canada currency, &c. 484-4=£121 Ans, |