## Elements of Arithmetic and Algebra: For the Use of the Royal Military College |

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addition algebraic annexed arithmetical Article calculation cloth coefficient column composed compound number consequently continued fraction corresponding cube root decimal figures decimal fractions decimal point denote difference digits divided division divisor equal to zero equation X=0 example exponent extract follows formula fractional expression geometrical progression given number greater greatest common measure hundred improper fraction integer J. C. Loudon last figure least common multiple letters logarithms manner minuend mixed number monomial multiplicand multiplier necessary negative nth root number expressed obtained orders of units partial dividend partial products polynomial preceding prime factors prime number proportion proposed equation quotient figure radical ratio reduced relative value remainder repetitions required to find result second term significant figures simple units square root substituted subtraction subtrahend taken tens third term transformed equation unity unknown quantity vulgar fraction Whence whole number

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