| James Maginness - 1821 - 372 páginas
...and second terms together, and dividing by the third. 6. By statements 3d and 4th, the answers are **found by multiplying the second and third terms together, and dividing by the first;** which is in fact multiplying the same terms together, and dividing by the same divisors as before;... | |
| Charles Tayler - 1824
...they have been shown to possess. For instance, in the Rule of Three, if the terms be large, instead of **multiplying the second and third terms together, and dividing by the first,** we have only to add together the logarithms of the 2d and 3d terms, and to subtract from their sum... | |
| 1828 - 619 páginas
...30,7 inches or observed height, so is 100 or the observed volume to a fourth proportional obtained **by multiplying the second and third terms together and dividing by the first** : thus 30,7 X 100 = 3070, which divided by 30 = 102,333 cubic inches ; this would be the volume of... | |
| Michael Faraday - 1831 - 689 páginas
...30.7 inches, or observed height, so is 100, or the observed volume, to a fourth proportional obtained **by multiplying the second and third terms together and dividing by the first:** thus, 30.7x100=3070, which divided by 30=102.333 cubic inches ; this would be the volume of the gas... | |
| Charles Davies - 1833 - 270 páginas
...$100 is to $6, its interest for one year, as $650 to its interest for the same time. The fourth term **is found by multiplying the second and third terms together and dividing by the first,** § 109. Hence the reason of the rule is evident. 2. What is the interest on $950 for four years at... | |
| Charles Davies - 1838 - 288 páginas
...$100 is to $6, its interest for one year, as $650 to its interest for the same time. The fourth term **is found by multiplying the second and, third terms together and dividing by the first** § 14O. 2. What is the interest on $950 for four years at 7 per cent per annum ? OPERATION. We first... | |
| George Willson - 1838 - 192 páginas
...under proportion, according to which, the foregoing example is stated thus : ddm 8 : 20 : : 12 : A. **Multiplying the second and third terms together, and dividing by the first** we shall have the answer ; 30 men. There can be no difficulty in determining the proper order of the... | |
| George Willson - 1838 - 192 páginas
...under proportion, according to which, the foregoing example is stated thus : ddm 8 : '20 : : 12 : A. **Multiplying the second and third terms together, and dividing by the first** we shall have the answer ; 30 men. There can be no difficulty in determining the proper order of the... | |
| Nathan Daboll - 1839
...fractions depend on the same principle as whole numbers, and this produces the jjame effect as that of **multiplying the second and third terms together and dividing by the first** ; therefore, the first term being a divisor, we invert it as taught (fl Division of Vulgar Fraction*... | |
| William Ruger - 1841 - 263 páginas
...: i : : ™ £ff*-£l 3s. 4d., the Answer. PEM. — Inverting the first term is exactly the same as **multiplying the second and third terms together and dividing by the first,** as plainly appears from Division of Vulgar Fractions, therefore the same reasoning might be offered... | |
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