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| Daniel Adams - Arithmetic - 1848 - 306 pages
...equal to the dividend. NOTE I. — To prove division, if there be a remainder. Multiply the integers of **the quotient by the divisor, and to the product add the remainder. If** the work be right, their sum will be equal to the dividend. Example. — Divide 1145 by 7. OPERATION.... | |
| Martin Ruter - Arithmetic - 1831 - 179 pages
...proceed in this manner until all the figures in the dividend are brought down and used. - , ; PROOF. **Multiply the quotient by the divisor, and to the product add the** last remainder, if there be any; if the work is right, the sum will be equal to the dividend. i, .... | |
| Charles Potts - Mathematics - 1835 - 180 pages
...under the dividend. In this case- it is called short division, but otherwise long division. PROOF. — **Multiply the quotient by the divisor, and to the product add the remainder.** EXAMPLES. 1. Divide 963 by 3. Dividend. Divisor 3)963 Quotient 321 OPERATION. — As the divisor does... | |
| Michael Walsh - Arithmetic - 1838 - 327 pages
...quotient for every figure so brought down, till the number be sufficient to contain the divisor. PROOF. **Multiply the quotient by the divisor, and to the product add the remainder,** and the sum will be equal to the dividend, if the .work be right. dividend, then divide the remaining... | |
| James H. Porter - Arithmetic - 1841 - 192 pages
...quotient for every figure so brought down, till the number be sufficient to contain the divisor. Proof. **Multiply the quotient by the divisor, and to the product add the remainder,** and the sum will be equal to the dividend, if the work is right. When there are ciphers annexed to... | |
| Arithmetic - 1843 - 129 pages
...by the other figures ; and to the last remainder annex the figures cut off from the dividend. PKOOF. **Multiply the quotient by the divisor, and to the product add the remainder, if** any ; the sum should be the dividend. Or cast the nines out of the divisor, dividend, quotient, and... | |
| Z. Jones - Arithmetic - 1845 - 46 pages
...Quotient. 1. Divide 576 by 4. Ans. 144. 2. Divide 4284 by 6. Ans. 714. To verify a process in division, **multiply the quotient by the divisor, and to the product add the remainder, (if there be any,)** and if the result agree with the dividend the work is right. 3. Divide 8961 by 124. 4. Divide 61786... | |
| William Watson (of Beverley.) - 1845
...quotient under it ; and for every nnit oner, carry ten to the next figure of the dividend. PROOF. — **Multiply the quotient by the divisor, and to the product add the remainder, if** any ; the product will be equal to the dividend if the work is right. EXAMPLES. (1) Divisor 3)743625798... | |
| James H. Porter - Arithmetic - 1845 - 240 pages
...quotient for every figure so brought down, till the number be sufficient to contain the divisor. Proof. **Multiply the quotient by the divisor, and to the product add the remainder,** and the sum will be equal to the dividend, if the work is right. When there are ciphers annexed to... | |
| Daniel Adams - Arithmetic - 1848 - 312 pages
...equal to the dividend. NOTE 1. — To prove division, if there be a remainder. Multiply the integers of **the quotient by the divisor, and to the product add the remainder. If** the work be right, their sum will be equal to the dividend. Example. — Divide 1145 by 7. OPERATION.... | |
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