Libros Libros The fourth term is found by multiplying the second and third terms together and dividing by the first § 14O. Binomial Theorem and Logarithms: For the Use of the Midshipmen at the Naval ... - Página 61
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Vista completa - Acerca de este libro ## Higher Arithmetic, Including Easy Algebraic Equations and Simple Geometrical ...

John Henry Walsh - 1895 - 361 páginas
...in arithmetic: Quantity, number, abstract number, multiplication, proportion. Explain the reason for multiplying the second and third terms together and dividing by the first term in solving an example in simple proportion. ofTT is what part of ^ °f - of 5^ * of 5* 3. Columbus...
Vista completa - Acerca de este libro ## New Grammar School Arithmetic, Parte2

John Henry Walsh - 1903 - 288 páginas
...inches in diameter. Find the number of cubic inches in the same cylinder. 143. Explain the reason for multiplying the second and third terms together and dividing by the first term in solving an example in simple proportion. 144. Divide thirty -two hundred-millionths by sixty...
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Walter Scott Monroe - 1917 - 168 páginas
...the same name or quality as the required answer is the second term. The solution is then accomplished by multiplying the second and third terms together and dividing by the first, the quotient being the answer. The problems under this rule were of the type: "If 6 Ibs. of sugar cost...
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...the same name or quality as the required answer is the second term. The solution is then accomplished by multiplying the second and third terms together and dividing by the first, the quotient being the answer. The problems under this rule were of the type: "If 6 Ibs. of sugar cost...
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1917 - 994 páginas
...the same name or quality as the required answer is the second term. The solution is then accomplished by multiplying the second and third terms together and dividing by the first, the quotient being the answer. The problems under this rule were of the type: "If 6 Ibs. of sugar cost...
Vista completa - Acerca de este libro ## The Development of Chemistry, 1789-1914: Chemical manipulation

David M. Knight - 1998 - 664 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 oO= 102.333 cubic inches; this would be the volume of...
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