| 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... | |
| 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... | |
| 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... | |
| United States. Office of Education - 1917
...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... | |
| 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... | |
| 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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