## Arithmetic Upon the Inductive Method of Instruction: Being a Sequel to Intellectual ArithmeticR. Lockwood, 1831 - 245 pages |

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25 dollars acres added annex answer Avoirdupois barrels of cider barrels of flour brandy bushels of corn called cloth cost common denominator common divisors common fraction contained dend divided division dollars a barrel dolls equal expressed farthings feet long figure Find the value five four gain gallons of wine greatest common divisor hogshead hundred hundredths improper fraction inches long inches thick inches wide interest lars least common denominator least common multiple lowest terms merchant bought merchant sold miles mixed number molasses months multiplicand Multiply nine Note Operation partial dividend pence perform pounds Pythagoras quotient reduced remainder rods seven shillings sold a quantity square feet square inches subtraction sugar tens tenths third thousand thousandths tons undecillions units whole number worth write written yard cost yards of cloth zeros

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