This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1857 edition. Excerpt: ...Ans. 18 hr. 36min. 40 sec. 8. of $1, less of a dime? Ans. 55cts. 9. of an oz., less g of a pwt.? Ans. llpwt. 3gr. TO. mi., ...Read MoreThis historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1857 edition. Excerpt: ...Ans. 18 hr. 36min. 40 sec. 8. of $1, less of a dime? Ans. 55cts. 9. of an oz., less g of a pwt.? Ans. llpwt. 3gr. TO. mi., less fT fur.? Ant. lfjur. 5rd. 10ft,10in. 11. da., less"fhr.? Ans. 19hr. 54min. 17sec. 12. JE.En., less yard? Ans. 3qr. jfna. ART. 165. PROMISCUOUS EXAMPLES. 1. Reduce fffff to its lowest terms... Ans. J. 2. Find the sum of and f; of and f; of T and 1; of 2i, 3, ft, and Ans. to last, 6if 3. What is the difference between and and T4T? 3;i and 1? 3 and I of 3 ? Ans. to last, 2. 4. Add f of T70 to of T Ans. ff. Review.--162. Two-fifths of a day, are two-fifths of what? How find two-fifths of 24 hours? What is Case 8? What is the Rule? 168. What is Case 4? Whatfthe Rule? Note. If one or both quantities contain a fraction, how proceed? 164. What is the rule for th addition or subtraction of fractional compound numbers? 5. To the quotient of lf-=-2, add the quotient of5 --3. " ns.2fg. 6. What number divided by will give 10 for a quotient? Ans. 6. 7. What number multiplied by will give 10 for a product? Ans. 16 . 8. What number is that, from which if you take f of itself, the remainder will be 16? Ans. 28. 9. What number is that, to which if you add of itself, the sum will be 20? Ans, 14. 10. A boat is worth $900; a merchant owns of it, and sells J of his share: what part has he left, and what is it worth? Ans. T63 left, worth $375. 11. I own-j7j of a ship, and sell of my share for $1944: what is the whole ship worth? Ans. $10000. 12. What part of 3 cents, is of 2 cents? Ans. J. 13. What part of 368, isl76? Ans. 14. What number, ++T'5+TyT, = p? Ans. ggj. 15. What number, +T% of f2 of 4T9j, =l? Ans. T35. 16. From the quotient...Read Less
Fair. Cincinnati, Ohio1881; covers and edges heavily worn; spine binding in good condition; Previous owner's name on front pastedown and front fly leaf; pencil markings throughout; rear free endpaper is torn; 12mo-over 6 3/4"-7 3/4" tall; 336 pages.
Fair. Binding sound and interior clean, except for p. o. info on front matter and several numbers opp. TP. Some foxing and browning of pages. Most of front paste down good, but part of lower right corner missing. Rear paste down ad soiled and partly rubbed off. Raised design on spine good. Your purchase benefits world-wide relief efforts of Mennonite Central Committee.
Good. 16mo-over 5¾"-6¾" tall. Printed boards with embossed black leatherette backstrip & marbled edges, 336pp, copyright 1857, no publication date or edition statement. Book is considerably rubbed & edgeworn, head & foot bands are gone, covers are somewhat readable, book is slightly bowed so pages are stiff (perhaps from dampness as there are faint dampstains on the first several pages), pages are clean, offwhite, name & notes penciled to front & back endpapers. The title page reads as follows (in caps & small caps): Eclectic Educational Series. Ray's Arithmatic, Third Book. Practical Arithmatic, by Induction and Analysis. By Joseph Ray, M.D. Late Professor Of Mathematics In Woodward College. One-Thousandth Edition--Improved. Wilson, Hinckle & Co., Cincinnati: 137 Walnut St. New York: 28 Bond St.
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