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 Βιβλία Βιβλία If there are more decimal places in the divisor than in the dividend, what do you do ? What will the figures of the quotient then be ? § 132. Arithmetic Upon the Inductive Method of Instruction: Being a Sequel to ... - Σελίδα 198
των Warren Colburn - 1834 - 245 σελίδες
Πλήρης προβολή - Σχετικά με αυτό το βιβλίο ## The Columbian Calculator; Being a Practical and Concise System of Decimal ...

Almon Ticknor - 1846 - 264 σελίδες
...If wool is worth 37.5c. per pound, how much can you buy for 500D. ? Ans. 1333 pounds, .3=,3d + When there are more decimal places in the divisor than in the dividend, annex as many ciphers to the dividend as are necessary to make its decimal places equal to those of the divisor ;... ## The University Arithmetic: Embracing the Science of Numbers, and Their ...

Charles Davies - 1846 - 399 σελίδες
...exceed those in the divisor by 1. OPERATION. 1.25)4.25(3.4 3.75 ~500 500 Ans. 3.4 QUEST. — 154. If there are more decimal places in the divisor than in the dividend, what do you do? What will the figures of the quotient then be? 155. How do you continue the division... Charles Davies - 1846 - 340 σελίδες
...6. Divide 6 by ,6. By ,06. By ,006. By ,2. By ,3. By ,003. By ,5. By ,05. By ,005. By ,000012. Q. If there are more decimal places in the divisor than in the dividend, what do you do ? What will the figures of the quotient then be ? § 132. NOTE 3. When it is necessary... ## North American Arithmetic: Part Second and Part Third, Μέρος 2

Frederick Emerson - 1846 - 216 σελίδες
...figures enough in the quotient to point off, prefix ciphers to supply the deficiency, .-,_• When there are more decimal places 'in the divisor,, than in the dividend, render the placfs - equal, by annexing ciphers to the dividend,. before dividing. After dividing all... ## Arithmetic: Designed for Academies and Schools, Uniting the Inductive ...

Charles Davies - 1847 - 360 σελίδες
...dividend will allow, we may annex ciphers and consider them as decimal places of the dividend. 173. If there are more decimal places in the divisor than in the dividend, what do you do? What will the figures of the quotient then be? DIVISION OF EXAMPLES. 1. Divide 4.25... ## THE UNIVERSITY ARITHMETIC, EMBRACING THE SCIENCE OF NUMBERS, AND THEIR ...

CHARLES DAVIES, LL.D - 1850
....2769 — ) .02769 (_ .002769 1 f 64."289 1 6.4289 > = 4 .64289 .064289 JL .0064289 154. NOTE 2.—When there are more decimal places in the divisor than in the dividend, annex as many ciphers to the dividend as are necessary to make its decimal places equal to those of the divisor ;... ## Silcock's Ironmonger's tables; also, rules for measurements [&c.].

O. Silcock - 1851
...are not so many places in the quotient, add cyphers to the left to supply the deficiency ; but, if there are more decimal places in the divisor than in the dividend, prefix cyphers to the right of the dividend till they are equal ; the quotient will then be whole numbers... ## Papers for the Schoolmaster

1852
...from 1,he quotient as many decimal places as there are in the one, more than in the other. 2. But if there are more decimal places in the divisor than in the dividend, add to the quotient as many cyphers as denote this excess. ira <0Jiratstrt[. OXTGEX WITH NITEOGEN (CONTINUED).... ## School Arithmetic: Analytical and Practical

Charles Davies - 1852 - 336 σελίδες
...thousandth pounds ; the third, 26 and one tenth pounds : how much did he buy in all ? NOTE. — 1. If there are more decimal places in the divisor than in the dividend, what do you do ? What will the figures of the quotient then be? ' 2. How do you continue the division... ## A Treatise on Arithmetic, Combining Analysis and Synthesis: Adapted to the ...

James Stewart Eaton - 1857 - 355 σελίδες
...154.97. 8. Divide 15.36246 by 469.8. 9. Divide .65084958 by 3.69. 10. Divide .176382 by .369. (b) If there are more decimal places in the divisor than in the dividend, the number may be equalized by annexing one or more ciphers to the dividend. The quotient will then...