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4. To find the price of one, at so niuch per hundred of 5 fcore.-Multiply the given price by 12 ; divide the pro

; duct by 5, and the quotient will be the answer in pence,

But if the price be pounds only ; Divide the given price by 5, and the quotient will be the aaswer in shillings.

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In dividing 27 by 12 (in the 18th question) the quetient is 25. and the remainder 3d.--the 6 is io of a penny =two farthings, and the 7 is of no account.

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100 the Integer.

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IV. To find the value of goods sold by 112 if the cwt. The price of 11t is given to find the value of a cwt. S

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RULE.— For a farthing, account 2/4 per cwt. For a half penny, 4/8. For three farthings, 75. and for every penny, 974 per cwt.

20. What coft icwt. at 21. At 8 d. per it 3 d. per it ?

What cost icwt. ? At id. per it. s. d.

At id. per ib, s. d.
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V. To find the value of goods sold by 6 score to the hundred.

The price of one is given, to find the price of one hun. dred.

Rule.-Suppose every penny in the price to be so many pounds, and for the farthings, such a part of a pound, as they are of a penny ; then, half of that sum will be the answer.

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To find the price of one, at so much per hundred of 6 fcore.

RULE.-Multiply the price by 2, then call the pounds so many pence, and the fhillings, such a part of a penny, as they are of a pound, and you will have the answer.

penny,

24. If 120 yards cost 25. If 120 yards coft £3 125, ; What cost i £ 5 185.6 ; What cost ..? yard? £. s.

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114
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Go 9o Ans. 77. At £ 1 198. 3d. per hundred ; What cost 75?

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VI. To find the value of goods fold by the Great Grofs.

Note. 12 make i dozen, 12 dozen i small gross, 12 small gross I great gross.

The price of one dozen being given, in pence, to find the price of a great gross.

Rule.-Multiply the price of i dozen, in pence, by 3, then divide that product by 5, and the quotient will be the answer in pounds, &c.

For proof, do the contrary.

N. B. If the price of 1 be given, the price of 1 small gross is found after the same manner. 28. At 18d.

per
dozen

; What cost i great grofs ?
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£10 16 Ans. 29. At 45. 3d. per dozen ; What coft 1 great gross ?

I 45. 3d.

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TABLE of Aliquot Paris. 144 the Integer.

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30. What colt 117 dozen, at £9 135. 7d. per great

gross?

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£7 17 31 Ans. · 31. At £3 16s. 8d. per great grofs ; What cost 7 great gross, and 96 dozen?

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3)7 13.4 Doz.

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£29 7 9* Ans. VII. To find the value of goods sold by the Thousand. The price of 1 is given to find the price of 1000.

8 Rule.-Multiply the given price, in pence, by 50 ; then, divide the product by 12, and the quotient will be the answer in pounds, &c.

32. At 6d, each; What Or, as 1000s. are £ 50; cost 1000 ?

take parts, for the pence, 6 50

1:6d. 1 50

out of 50.

12) 300

25 Anf.

£25 Anl

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