## A Table of the Circles Arising from the Division of a Unit, Or Any Other Whole Number, by All the Integers, from 1 to 1024: Being All the Pure Decimal Quotients that Can Arise from this Source |

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61 perCent-perAnn adjacent column angle of meeting annexed annual salary Annum answer required ARISE cent CIRCULATING DIGITS commence complete Circle complete decimal complete Quotient Contracted Multiplication decimal point Decimal Quotient Divide the Denominator DIVISORS AND DIVISORS eight digits equivalent Vulgar Fraction Example 2.—Let farthing FENCHURCH-STREET following RULES FOLLOWING TABLE found give the answer Given Divisor given number given principal given Quotient given Rate greater or less INGRAM-COURT inspection INTEGERS interest of 400 Interest on ºf Introduction last digit letters MARCHANT Mixed Circulate mode multiplied number of days º tº º Observe obtained omitted opposite percent permanent point two places Powers Prefixed Decimal Digits Prime produce PURE Quotient required Quotient sought readily removing the decimal Required the Interest Separatrix SHOWING ſº sufficient Table of Circles TABLE OF INTEREST Tablets Tabular Series terminate Unit's place Values WHOLE NUMBER