| 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... | |
| 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... | |
| 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... | |
| 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... | |
| 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... | |
| 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... | |
| 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 ;... | |
| 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... | |
| 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. Calculation— $557 7 days that intervene.... | |
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