Tables for facilitating arithmetical calculations intended for calculating the proportionate charges on the parishes in poor law unions
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Tables for Facilitating Arithmetical Calculations, Intended for Calculating ...
Thomas Fowler (Great Torrington, Devonshire.)
Affichage du livre entier - 1838
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1207 Great Torrington Accounts addition Alverdiscott Annum Answer appear application Arithmetic ascending Binary and Ternary Binary Table Calculations called Cent Column commencement common connexion consequently contains continuation corresponding Indices corresponding term Days Decimals difference dividing easily Establishment Charges Example expressed extended Farthing find the Indices Form FOWLER given Number HONOURABLE Huish increasing Indices Indices Indices required Indices that represent inferior limit introduced lines Little Torrington LORD means Minus multiplied nearest Leading Number necessary Negative Numb OBSERVATIONS Page 56 Parenthesis placed POOR LAW UNIONS Positive Pound Powers Printed proceed proceeded produce Proof proportion PROPORTIONATE TABLE proved quantity Rate Ratio reason reduced Remaining 18 Parishes represent the Number represented by Index required to find respective s. d. qrs Series shew Sign signifies stand step subtracted superior limit taken term Term represented Ternary Scales Ternary Table tive TORRINGTON UNION Unity upwards whole Winkleigh Zero
Page v - Va is the fourth root of a, • n \/a is the nth root of a. 8. The signs— and : are called the signs of division, and either of them placed between two quantities denotes that the quantity which precedes it is to be divided by the one which follows it. The process of division is also indicated by placing the dividend over the divisor with a line between them. Thus, a -f- b, or a : b, or j denotes the quotient of a divided by b.
Page v - It indicates that the quantity which follows it is to be added to the quantity which precedes it.