| John Parsons, Thomas Wastell - Algebra - 1705 - 162 pages
...PROP. PROP. VII. To reduce an Improper Fraflion into its equivalent whole or mixt number. R 1) L E. **•Divide the Numerator by the Denominator, and the Quotient will be the whole or** mixt Number. Examp, i. 23 Let the given Fraftions be 1^ and -if-» 10 161 i«? 161 144 91 80 ii if... | |
| Benjamin Martin - Arithmetic - 1735 - 403 pages
...Parts of Mitney., Medfure, &c. Cafe i. To reduce Vulgar Fractions into Decimals, the commun Rule is, to **divide -the Numerator by the Denominator, and the Quotient will be the** Decimal required ¡ that is, equivalent to the Vulgar Fraction given. EXAMPLE I. What is the Decimal... | |
| Benjamin Donne - Algebra - 1758 - 372 pages
...fame Number, it is evident the Quotient mud be the fame as the Quantity firft given. 563.' Cafe 3. **To reduce an improper Fraction to . its equivalent, whole, or mixed Number.** Divide the Numerator by the Denominator. 564. Example, Reduce ^ to a mixed Number. Solution. 7 -r 3... | |
| Edward Waring, William Samuel Powell - 1760
...they are all reducible without the extraordinary Aid , of infinite Series. Take any one of them, and **divide the Numerator by the Denominator, and the Quotient will be the** value of the Fra&ion, if you make/>= i. I have therefore the Authority of both Mac Laurin and Saunderfon,... | |
| Charles Hutton - Arithmetic - 1766 - 191 pages
...тт| to lts ^^ terms. . ... . . II. To reduce an improper fratlion to its équivalent •whole or mixt **number* RULE. Divide the numerator by the denominator, and the quotient will be the** integer or mixt number required. EXAMPLES. V=4- Î V=2i. 14 -»Я •5- — I TT == III. To reduce... | |
| Anthony Birks, John Birks - Arithmetic - 1766 - 611 pages
...19 = 586, and 1 19 x 38 + 35 = 4557. Therefore # = » CASE III. To reduce an improper fraction into **its equivalent, whole, or mixed number. RULE. Divide the numerator by the denominator,** the quotient gives the integer, and under the remainder (if any) fubfcribe the denominator. Reduce—,... | |
| Thomas Peacock - Arithmetic - 1791 - 283 pages
...terms of ¿jjggg. Anf. CASE II. To reduce an improper fraction to a mixed number, or to an integer. **RULE. Divide the numerator by the denominator, and the quotient will be** an integer ; and if there is a remainder, make it a numerator to the given denominator : then, reduce... | |
| R. Barnes - Arithmetic - 1793 - 144 pages
...Decimals. REREDUCTION of JpECIMALSe PROP. i To reduce a Vulgar Fraftion to a Decimal of equal Value. **RULE. Divide the Numerator by the Denominator and the Quotient will be the** Anfwer. PROP. 2 To reduce Numbers of different Denominations, as Coins Weights, &c. into Decimals.... | |
| William Taylor - Arithmetic - 1800 - 519 pages
...EXAMPLE. Reduce гб-J- to an improper fraction. ...- 261s 211 N. '.' 2|* is then-action required. CASE 6. **To reduce an improper fraction to its equivalent whole...the numerator by the denominator, and the quotient** is the whole number. Then what remainder there is, place it over the • denominator and annex this... | |
| Mathematics - 1801
...fraction. Ani. i-|^*-« CASE rff . 5T» reduce an improper fraction fa its equivalent iuko!c or nilxed **number. RULE.* Divide the numerator by the denominator, and the quotient will be the whole or mixed** iiuniber required. ^ • EXAMPLES. i. Reduce '—' to its equivalent whole or mb i6)981(61-^' 96 Or,... | |
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