When the price of 1 yard, 1 it, &c. is an even part of one fhilling ;-Find the value of the given quantity at 1s. per yard, it, &c. then draw a line underneath, and divide it by that even part, and the quotient will be the answer in shillings ; which must always be brought into pounds. 1. What will 3541 yards coft, at d. per yard ? d. d. a's 354 6 value of 3541 yards, at is. per yard. Anf. £o 7 41 value of 3541 yards, at d. per yard. s. d. Or thus, Or divide by 8 and 6, thus ; 8)354 6 £. s. d. 8)17 14 6 = 354 6. 6)44 31 6)2 4 3 An 7 44 as [before. 7 41 Anf. as before, 2. What will 759* yards come to, at 3d. per yard ? d. 132.41759 9 value at is. per yard. 210)1819 11 Anf. £9 9 11value at 3d. per yard. Or, thus : £o d. 132.14:37 19 9 value at iso per yard. . . Anf. £9 911 value 7591 yds. at 3d. per yd. When the price is pence, and no even part of a shilling' ,' Find the value of the given quantity at is. per yard ; dim vide the pence into aliquot parts, for divisors ; and the fun of the quotients, arifing from themis will be the anfver. 1. What will 4871 yards come to, at 5d. per yard? d. 6 value of 4871 yards, at Is. per yd. 20. 23 등 6 1 101 value of ditto, åt 3d per yard". 3 value of ditto, at 2d. per yard, C A S Ε ΙΙΙ. . When the price is pence or farthings, and an even part of a pound, cut off the right land figure of the given quantity ; and the cypher, in the aliquot part (if it has one) and divide by the remaining figure or figures : When you come to the remainder, double it ; and divide as before : The anfwer will be pounds, fhillings, &c. If there be no cypher in the divisor, then none should be cut off from the dividend. Ε Χ Α Μ Ρ d. A.'37951 ai d. 15. 13795 yds. ai d. 96=8 X 12) 37915* 48=6X8)37915 L E S. 8)31 126 6)47 89 Anf. £3 19 01 Anf. £7 18 1 d. d. 30 3795 uds. at d. 113795 uds, at id. 32=4X837915 24 =4X6) 37915 4)47 89 4)63 5 Anf. kun 17 2 Anf. £ 15 16 3 d. d. 11.513795 yds. at 1 d. 1 2111 )37915 yds. at 2d. *6=4X4)3795 £31 12 6 Anf. 4)94 17 6 d. 131 5:31379'5 yds. at 3d. £23 14 4 Ans: £47 8 9 Anf. d. * In dividing by 12, there remains 7 before the stroke, which separates the 5 ; then 75 doubled, is 150 ; and 12 is found 135 times in 150 ; which makes 135. 6d, d. 14 17:637915 yds. at 4d. d. 1613.0 137915 yds. at 6d. £63 5 Ant £94 17 6 Anf; d. 1813537915 yds. at 81. d. 110 1' 3795 yds. £126 10 Anf. 24=4 X 6)3795 4)632 10 £158 2 6 An: CAS E IV. When the price is between one and two shillings ;--Find the value of the quantity at Is, per yard, &c. which value, being divided by those even parts which the pence are of 1s. and the quotient or quotients, arising therefrom, added thereto ;-the sum will be the answer. 1. What will 758 yards, at 1/9 per yard, come to? £. s. d. 18 19 3 value at 6d. per yard. 3d. 4 Anf. £66 7. 41 val. of 758. yds. at 1/9 per yd. Answers. 4. S. d. 12 d. 42 63 2 When the price is any even number of billings under 40;Multiply the given quantity, by half the price; and double the firlt figure of the product for shillings ; the rest of the product will be pounds. N. B. If the price be 25. you need only double the unit figure for shillings; the other figures will be pounds. 1. What will 746 yards coft, at 25. per yard? 746 CON Anf: 474 12 value at 25. per yard. Note. The above is done, by saying, twice 6 (the unit figure) is 12 į the other figures, viz. 74, are pounds. 2. What will 5675 yards, at 2s. per yard, cone to ? Anj: £56 15/5. N. B. Before I double the unit figare, viz. 7, 1 ider, that of a yard, at 25. per yard, will ainount to 1ő; then, I double 7, which makes 145. and ifó auted, makes 15/6 ; the other figures are pounds. Questions. Answers £ s. d. 209 5th. 8.15 8s. 6th, 9174 338 IOS, CASE |