CASE II. When the quantity is whole numbers and the firice is dol, and cents. Rule.-Multiply the quantity by the dols. in the price, and work for the cents as in case first. Examples. 1. What will 22 thousand of boards come to, at 9 dols. 25 cents per thousand ?: 25 cts. = 4)22 quantity: 9 198 5:50 $203:50 Ans. 2. What will 20 barr.,of cider come to, at 2 dols. 16 cts, per barrel ? Ans. $4320 CASE III. When the price is no aliquot part of a dollar, Rule.- Divide by two or more numbers, whose sum will make the number required. Examples. 1. What will 622 yards of linnen come to, at 30 cts. per yard? dols. })622 20 cts, = 10 cts. = of 20. })124.40 cts. price at 20 cts. 62.20 Ans, $186.60 2. What will 642 yards of India cotton come to, at 17 cts. per yard ? price at 10 cts. price at 30 cts. dols. CASE IV. ce When there are several denominations in the quantity, and the price is dollars and cents. Rule.-Multiply the dols. in the price into the whole numbers of the quantity ; work for the cents in the price as in the preceding cases; and for the parts in the quantity divide by the aliquot parts of the price of one whole number; add the quotients together the sum is the answer. Examples i. What will 112 cwt. 3 qr. l. bs. of sugar come to, at 12 dols. 25 cts, per cwt. ? 25cts.*)112 cwt. 12 dols. 1344 price at 12 dols. 28 price at 25 cts. $1372 price of 112 cwt. at $12.85 dols.cts. 1:53 price of 14 Ib. 81382.717 Answer. TARE AND TRET. DEFINITION.–Tare and Tret are allowances made the buyer by the seller, for the weight of the box, cask, &c. K Tare is an allowance for the weight of the cask, and is generally at a certain rate per cwt. or per barrel, &c. Tret is an allowance for the waste by dust, and is generally at the rate of 4 lb. per every 104 lb. &c. Cloff is an allowance made the buyer for the turn of the scale, and is generally at 2 lb. per 3 cwt. Gross is the whole weight of the goods, together with the weight of the cask, or box, &c. that contains them. Suttle is when part of the allowance is deducted. Neat is the remainder after all deductions are made. CASE I. When the tare is at a certain rate per hhd, &c. RULE.--Multiply the tare per box, or hhd. by the number of boxes, &c. subtract the product from the gross weight, the remainder is the neat weight required. 13 3 Eramples. 1. What is the neat weight of 3 hhd. of tobacco, weighing in all 13.cwt. 2 qr. 27 lb.; tare at i cwt. 1 qr. per hide? cwt, gr. tb. cwt. ar. cwt. qr. lb. 2 27_1 1X359 3 27 Ans. 2. What is the neat"weight of 910 bags of India sugar, each weighing 1 cwt. 2 qr. 20 lb.; tare at the rate of 15 lb. per bag? Ans. 1405 cwt. 2 qr. 14 lb. CASE II. , divide the gross by the aliquct part, or parts, and the quotient, or quotients will be the care of the whole, which must be subtracted from the gross ; the remainder will be the neat weight required. Examples 1. What is the next weight of 19 cwt. 3 qr. 26 Ib. gross ; tare at 2 qr. per cwt. ? cwt. qr." 16. 2 qr. = { of 1 cwt. 1)19 3 26 gross, 9 3 27 tare subtract. Ans. 9 3 27 neat. 2. What is the neat weight of 347 bags of sugar, cach weighing 2 cwt. 3 qr. 12 lb. ; tare 21 lb. per bag? Ans. 926 cwt. 1 qr. 13 lb. CASE III, no aliquot part. Rule.--Say by single proportion as 112 lb. is to the rate per cwt. so is the number of lbs. gross to the tare required; which being subtracted from the gross, the remainder is neat. Examples 1. What is the neat weight 38 cwt. O gr. 4. lb. of tobacco ; tare at 11 lb. per 112 lb.? lb. 434260 pounds. 16、 16. 1b. As 112": 11 : : 4260 : 418712 tare. Ib. 16. lb. cwt. qr. lb. 4260-41843841 lineal=34 1 5,68 Ans. CASE IV. When tare and tret are allowed. RULE.Find and subtract the tare, as in the preceding cases; the remainder is suttle, divide the suttle by 26 (N. B. 17.=) The quotient is the tret, which subtract, and the remainder is the neat weight. cwt. gr. Eramples. 1. What is the neat weight of 5 cwt. 2 qr. of allum'; tare 12 lb. per cwt. ; and tret 4 pounds per every 104? cwt. qrs. Ib. 16. lb. 1b. Ib. 5 2616. As 112 ; 12 :: 616 : 66 tare. 16. lb, 16. lb. 16. 16. and 616-66550 suttle. 550:26-2126 treť. 16, 16. 16. cwt. gr. 1b. and 550_2176=5284neat 4 2 243. Ans. 2. What is the neat weight of 21 cwt. 1 qr. 26 lb. of rice ; tare 15 lb, per cwt.; and tret 4. lb. per 104? Ans. 17 cwt. 3 qr. 16+ lb. CASE V. When tare, tret and cloff are allowed. RULE._Find and subtract the tare and trét as in the preceding cases, and divide the remainder by 168 the quotient is cloff, which subtract, and the remainder is the neat weight sought. Examples 1. What is the neat weight of 10 cwt. ; tare 14 lb. per cwt. ; tret 4 lb. per 104; and cloff 2 1b. per every 3 cwt. ? 10 Cwt. 1120 lbs. 14 112 1 26 $1120 tare sub. 980 377 tret sub. IT não 943 57 cloff sub. 938 lbs, neat.-8cwt. (1 qr. 14 lb. Ans. 2. What is the neat weight of 12 cwt. 2 qr.; fare 7 lb. per cwt. ; tret 4 lb. per 104 ; cloff 2 lb. per 3 Ans. 11 cwt. 0 qr. 24+ lb.. cwt. ? |