## Elementary Arithmetic: With Brief Notices of Its History, Volúmenes1-12 |

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**the logarithm**of any power of a**number , is equal**to the**product**of**the logarithm**of the number and the index ... the number whose**logarithm**is**equal to the sum or**difference , the**product**or quotient of the**two numbers**is found .### Comentarios de la gente - Escribir un comentario

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Elementary Arithmetic: With Brief Notices of Its History, Volúmenes1-12 Robert Potts Vista completa - 1876 |

Elementary Arithmetic: With Brief Notices of Its History, Volúmenes1-12 Robert Potts Vista completa - 1876 |

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Página 16 - The Quotient is the number of times the divisor is contained in the dividend. The Remainder is the part of the dividend which is left undivided.

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