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An Inductive and Practical Treatise on Book-keeping, by Single and Double Entry - Page 427
by Samuel Worcester Crittenden - 1881
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A Practical Summary of the Law and Usage of Bills of Exchange and Promissory ...

Benjamin Franklin Foster - Acceptances - 1837 - 128 pages
...side, as before. Second. Multiply the smallest sum by the number of days between the dates, thus found, and divide the product by the balance of the account; the quotient is the number of days to be carried back or forward, as the case may require. (j^r3 If the balance...
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A Concise Treatise on Commercial Book-keeping: Elucidating the Principles ...

Benjamin Franklin Foster - Bookkeeping - 1837 - 200 pages
...side, as before. Second. Multiply the smallest sum by the number of days between the dates, thus found, and divide the product by the balance of the account; the quotient is the number of days to be carried back or forward, as the case may require, ftj" If the balance be...
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A Practical Summary of the Law and Usage of Bills of Exchange and Promissory ...

Benjamin Franklin Foster - Negotiable instruments - 1843 - 128 pages
...side, as before. Secoud: Multiply the smallest sum by the number of days between the dates, thus found, and divide the product by the balance of the account ; the quotient is the number of days to be carried back or forward, as the case may require. QJ" If the balance be...
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A Simple Method of Keeping Books by Double-entry: Without the Formula Or ...

George Nixon Comer - Bookkeeping - 1846 - 104 pages
...equation. Multiply the number of days between the averaged dates by the smallest amount, and divide this product by the balance of the account, the quotient...will be the time required for calculation. If the largest amount falls due first, the time is counted back from the earliest averaged date ; if the largest...
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A Simple Method of Keeping Books, by Double-entry, Without the Formula Or ...

George Nixon Comer - 1847
...equation. Multiply the number of days between the averaged dates by the smallest amount, and divide this product by the balance of the account, the quotient...will be the time required for calculation. If the largest amount falls due first, the time is counted back from the earliest averaged date ; if the largest...
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American common-school arithmetic ...

Rufus Putnam - Mathematics - 1849
...of the Dr. and Cr. sides; then multiply the sum first due by the number of days between the dates, and divide the product by the balance of the account ; the quotient will be the equated time in days from the LATEST DATE ; to be reckoned BACKWARD, if the sum last due is the smaller...
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A simple method of keeping books by double-entry: without the formula or ...

George Nixon Comer - Bookkeeping - 1850 - 104 pages
...equation. Multiply the number of days between the averaged dates by the smallest amount, and divide this product by the balance of the account, the quotient will be the time required for calculation. _ If the largest amount falls due first, the time is counted back from the earliest averaged date ;...
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The Science of Double-entry Book-keeping: Simplified by the Application of ...

Christopher Columbus Marsh - Bookkeeping - 1851 - 218 pages
...days that intervene between the day on which it is due and the day on which the larger side is due, and divide the product by the balance of the account; the quotient will be the number of days that the balance will be due after or before the date of the larger side. 89 days from...
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A Course of Practice in Single-entry Bookkeeping, Improved by a Proof Or ...

Christopher Columbus Marsh - 1853
...smaller side by the number of days that intervene between its date and the date of 'the larger side, and divide the product by the balance of the account ; the quotient will be the number of days before or after the date of the larger side. Calculationó $557 7 days that intervene....
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