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Divide 1065 into parts which shall be to each other in the ratio of 3, 5, 7 ; and also into parts which shall be in the ratio of...
A familiar explanation of the higher parts of arithmetic - Σελίδα 116
των rev. Frederick Calder - 1848
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## A familiar explanation of the elementary rules of arithmetic. (A familiar ...

rev. Frederick Calder - 1852
...parts which shall have to each other given ratios. It is upon the same principle as the previous Exs., though not commonly recognized as such. Ex. V. Divide...and also into parts which shall be in the ratio of 1, i, i. required portions of 1065 will bear the same ratio to 1065 that 3, 5, 7 do respectively to...

## Arithmetic for schools

Barnard Smith - 1854
...provide ? 2. Divide £17. 11«. 9d. into two parts which shall be to each other as 5 : 16. 3. Divide 4472 into parts which shall be to each other in the ratio of 3, 5, 7, 11 ; and also £500 into parts which shall be in the ratio of J, f , and f . 4. A bankrupt owes A £256....

## Miscellaneous examples in Arithmetic

Henry PIX - 1861
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## Solutions of questions in arithmetic by first principles

Walter McLeod - 1863 - 108 σελίδες
...are to each other in the ratio of J to J-, or in the ratio of 3 to 2. Questions. Ques. 1. Divide 1005 into parts which shall be to each other in the ratio of 3, 5, and 7. — Colenso, ques. I, p. 116. Solution. A. The sum of the numbers 3, 5, and 7=15. The first...

## Arithmetical Examples for Military, and Civil Service Students; being a ...

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## Arithmetic for schools, abridged from the author's 'Familiar explanation of ...

rev. Frederick Calder - 1869
...other given ratios. It is upon the same principle as the previous Exs., though not commonly recognised as such. Ex. V. Divide 1065 into parts which shall be to each other in the ratio of 8, 5, 7 ; and also into parts which shall be in the ratio of ^, £, T. Taking the former part of the...

## Arithmetic Designed for the Use of Schools: To which is Added a Chapter on ...

John William Colenso - 1871 - 216 σελίδες
...profit will be £769 4s. 7^L, £461 10s. 9±d., £769 4s. 7^., respectively. Ex. 68. 1. Divide 1 065 into parts, which shall be to each other in the ratio...and also into parts which shall be in the ratio of 1, J, 1 2. A, B, and C engage in trade, investing capital to the amount of £128, £176, £192 respectively:...

## Arithmetic Designed for the Use of Schools: To which is Added a Chapter on ...

John William Colenso - 1886 - 236 σελίδες
...shares of profit will be £769 4s. 7&d., £461 10s. 9-^d., £769 4s. 7^d, respectively. Ex. 68. 1. Divide 1065 into parts, which shall be to each other...and also into parts which shall be in the ratio of §, |, l. 2. A, B, and C engage in trade, investing capital to the amount of £128, £176, £192 respectively:...

## The Public School Arithmetic: Based on McLellan & Dewey's "Psychology of Number"

James Alexander McLellan, Albert Flintoft Ames - 1897 - 346 σελίδες
...in proportion to the lengths of time the men worked, how much should each receive ? 8. Divide 4472 into parts which shall be to each other in the ratio of 3, 5, 7, 11. 9. Divide \$ 84.42 into two parts which shall be to each other as 5:16. 10. A company of militia...

## New Graded Lessons in Arithmetic, Βιβλίο 8

Wilbur Fisk Nichols - 1910
...4J%, exchange being \ premium. 5. Divide 2662 into parts proportional to 2, 4, and 5. 6. Divide 2236 into parts which shall be to each other in the ratio of 3, 5, 7. and 11. 7. Divide \$1440 among A, B, C, and D, so that D may receive as much as B; A may receive as much...