| J. Brookes - Arithmetic - 1776 - 364 pages
...lefs than the given number, take their dilierencc for a Divilbr, ami the difference of their Produit **for a Dividend. But if unlike, that is, one too much, and the other too little, then take their** fum for a Divifor, and the fuñí of . their Producís for a Dividend, the Quotient will be the Anlwer.... | |
| Charles Vyse - Arithmetic - 1785 - 350 pages
...alike, that is, both greater, or both lefs, than the given Number, take their Difference for a Divifor, **and the Difference of their Products for a Dividend....and the other too little, then take their Sum for a** Divifor, and the Sum of their Products for a Dividend, the Quotient will be the Anfwer. EXAMPLES. 1... | |
| Jeremiah Joyce - Arithmetic - 1812 - 274 pages
...position, and multiply them cross ways. (2) If the errors are alike, that is, both greater or both less **than the given number, take their difference for a...difference of their products for a dividend. But if unlike,** take their sum for a divisor, and the sum of their products for a dividend, the quotient will be the... | |
| Caleb Alexander - Arithmetic - 1813 - 152 pages
...cross-wise. 3. If the crosses are alike ; that is, both greater, or both less than the given nurober, **take -their difference for a divisor, and the difference of their products for a dividend. But if** they be unlike, you imm take their sum for a diviser, and the sum of their-.producte for a dividend^... | |
| Charles Vyse - Arithmetic - 1815 - 340 pages
...position, and multiply them crosswise. 2. If the errors be alike, that is, both greater, or both less **than the given number, take their difference for a divisor, and the** difierence of their products for a dividend. But if unlike, that is, one too much, and the other too... | |
| John Preston - Arithmetic - 1817 - 538 pages
...and the other less than the given ццщЬег, they are unlike. RULES. 1. When the errors are alike, **take their difference, for a divisor, and the difference of their products for a dividend.** 2. When the errors are unlike, take their, sum for a divisor and the sum of their products for a dividend.... | |
| Roswell Chamberlain Smith - Arithmetic - 1827 - 216 pages
...supposed number by the first error. If the errors are both more or both less than their given number, tnke **their difference for a divisor, and the difference of their products for a dividend.** If one of the errors be less, and one of them more than the given number, take their sum for a divisor,... | |
| Francis Walkingame - 1832 - 226 pages
...respective position. 2. Multiply them cross ways. 3. If the errors are alike, ie both greater or both less **than the given number, take their difference for a divisor, and the difference of their** product for a dividend. But if unlike, take their sum for a divisor, and the sum of their product for... | |
| Francis Walkingame - 1833 - 204 pages
...positions, and multiply them crossmine. If the errors be of like kinds, ie both greater, or both less **than the given number, take their difference for a divisor, and the difference of** the products for a dividend. But if unlike, take their sum for a divisor, and the sum of their products... | |
| John Preston - Arithmetic - 1834 - 312 pages
...and the other less than the given number, they are unlike. RULES. — 1. When the errors are alike, **take their difference for a divisor, and the difference of their products for a dividend.** 2. When the errors are unlike take their sura for a divisor and the sum of their products for a dividend.... | |
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