| Henry Sherwin - Logarithms - 1726 - 103 pages
...whole Numbers, and on the right a decimal Fraction. VII- If there be not fo many places in the Produa, **as ought to be feparated by the preceding Rule, then...Cyphers at the left to compleat the Number, as may** befecn in the Sixth and Seventh Examples. Ex- t) 56 Ex.ī) 45.6 •097 "g Ex 7) ,0455 .00971^8 VIII.... | |
| Henry Sherwin - Logarithms - 1742 - 110 pages
...with a point fo many figures to the right hand as there ate fraction places both in the multiplicand **and multiplier, then all the figures on the left hand...not fo many figures in the product, as ought to be** leparated by the preceding Rule, then place cyphers at the left to compleat the number, as may be icen... | |
| Henry Sherwin - Logarithms - 1772 - 116 pages
...with a Point fo many Figures to the right Hand as there are Decimal Places both in the Multiplicand **and Multiplier, then all the Figures on the left Hand...Number, and thofe on the Right a Decimal Fraction.** ".-i.--- NB If there be not a fufficient Number of Figures in the Product, to leparate by the preceding... | |
| William Nicholson - Natural history - 1809
...a point, so many figures to the right hand as there are fraction;;! places both in the multiplicand **and multiplier; then all the figures on the left hand of the point make** the whole number, and those on the right a decimal fraction. It is to be noted, that if there be not... | |
| Edward Augustus Kendall - Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1811
...a point, so many figures to the right hand as there are fractional places both in the multiplicand **and multiplier : then all the figures on the left hand of the point make** the whole number, and those on the right a decimal fraction ; thus Ex. 1. Mult. 4.53 E*. 2. .342 by... | |
| Edward Augustus Kendall - 1811
...a point, so many figures to the right hand as there are fractional places both in the multiplicand **and multiplier : then all the figures on the left hand of the point make** the whole number, and those on the right a decimal fraction ; thus E». 1. Mult. 4.53 Ex. 2. .342 by... | |
| William Nicholson - Natural history - 1819
...a point, so many figures to the right hand as there are fractional places both in the multiplicand **and multiplier ; then all the figures on the left hand of the point make** the whole number, and those on the right a decimal fraction. It is to be noted, that if there be not... | |
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