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In all cases, the process of division consists in finding one of the factors of a given product, when the other factor is known. The number given to be divided is called the dividend, and answers to the product in multiplication.
An Elementary Treatise on Arithmetic: Taken Principally from the Arithmetic ... - Σελίδα 24
των Silvestre François Lacroix - 1825 - 144 σελίδες
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## Elements of Algebra

William Smyth - 1833 - 280 σελίδες
...42. 1. The object of division in algebra is the same as that of division in arithmetic, viz. to find one of the factors of a given product, when the other is known. According to this definition the divisor multiplied by the quotient must produce anew the dividend...

## Arithmetic, in which the Principles of Operating by Numbers are Analytically ...

...another, and also of dividing a number into any number of equal parts. In all cases, the process of division consists in finding one of the factors of a given product, when the other factor is known. The number given to be divided is called the dividend, and answers to the product...

## Adams's New Arithmetic: Arithmetic, in which the Principles of Operating by ...

Daniel Adams - 1840 - 264 σελίδες
...another, and also of dividing a number into any number of equal parts. -In all cases, the process of division consists in finding one of the factors of a given product, when the other factor is known. The number given to be divided i^ called the dividend, • and answers to the product...

## The United States Calculator: Or, Arithmetic Simplified, in Dollars and ...

John M'Nevin - 1841 - 280 σελίδες
...DIVISION. ( Sign -- ) DIVISION consists of Addition, Subtraction, and Multiplication, in its operation, and in finding one of the factors of a given product, when the other is known; like SUBTRACTION, it is also, founded upon the principles of DECREASE, and can be illustrated...

## United States Calculator: Or, Arithmetic Simplified

John M'Nevin - 1841 - 280 σελίδες
...DIVISION. ( Sign - ) DIVISION consists of Addition, Subtraction, and Multiplication, in its operation, and in finding one of the factors of a given product, when the other is known; like SUBTRACTION, it is also, founded upon the principles of DECREASE, and can be illustrated...

## Treatise on Algebra, for the Use of Schools and Colleges

William Smyth - 1855 - 336 σελίδες
...28. 1. The object of division in algebra is the same as that of division in arithmetic, viz. to find one of the factors of a given product, when the other is known. According to this definition the divisor multiplied by the quotient must produce anew the dividend...

## A Treatise on Algebra: For the Use of Schools and Colleges

William Smyth - 1858 - 320 σελίδες
...28. 1. The object of division in algebra is the same as that of division in arithmetic, viz. to find one of the factors of a given product, when the other is known. According to this definition the divisor multiplied by the quotient must produce anew the dividend;...

## The civil service arithmetic. [With] A key, Βιβλίο 1

1863
...divisor. DIVISION enables us to find the third part, or any part, of a number ; or, it shows how to find one of the factors of a given product, when the other is known. As this rule shows how often one number must be taken to make up another, it is plain that the...

## The Principles of Arithmetic ...

Joseph Ray - 1856
...process of finding how many times one number is contained in another. Also, Division is the process of finding one of the factors of a given product, when the other is known. The number contained in the other is the Divisor, the other number is the Dividend. and the...

## The civil service arithmetic. [With] A key. [With] A key, Τόμος 1

...divisor. DIVISION enables us to find the third part, or any part, of a number ; or, it shows how to find one of the factors of a given product, when the other is known. As this rule shows how often one number must be taken to make up another, it is plain that the...