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The Elements of Algebra Preliminary to the Differential Calculus: And Fit ... - Page xxviii
by Augustus De Morgan - 1837 - 248 pages
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A Complete Treatise on Arithmetic, Rational and Practical: Wherein the ...

Paul Deighan - Arithmetic - 1804
...refult will be the whole produft together. Cafe 3d. When both faftors are compound quantities. Rule. Multiply every term of the multiplicand by every term of the multiplier, and add the produces together. Nete.* Like figns produce -f, and unlike figns — fXAMPLES. i. Multiply...
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Elements of algebra priliminary to the differential calculus ...

Augustus De Morgan - Algebra - 1837 - 256 pages
...preceding instances, it appears that the rule of multiplication is as follows : Consider the first terms as having the sign + ; multiply every term of...rule. a + b — 2c d — a — c from d ---- ad + bd — 2 erf') from a ---- — aa — ab + lac /Product required. from c ---- — ac—bc + 2cci Where...
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Elements of Arithmetic and Algebra: For the Use of the Royal Military College

William Scott - Algebra - 1844 - 500 pages
...polynomials composed of any number of terms. Whence, to find the product of two polynomial factors, Kule. Multiply every term of the multiplicand by every term of the multiplier, and make reduction of the similar terms. a. In forming the product of two polynomial factors, the partial...
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An Elementary Treatise on Algebra: Designed as First Lessons in that Science

Horatio Nelson Robinson - Algebra - 1850 - 240 pages
...325z2y— 75iz2. CASE 3 . When both the factors are compound quantities, we have the following E n LE . — MULTIPLY every term of the multiplicand by every term of the multiplier, separately ; setting down the products one after or under another, with their proper signs ; and add...
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A mathematical course for the University of London. (2nd)

Thomas Kimber - Mathematics - 1865 - 192 pages
...best removed by working examples with numbers, as (13 + 6) x (7 — 4). Hence the following rule : Multiply every term of the multiplicand by every term of the multiplier, remembering to place + before products of quantities with like signs, and — before products of quantities...
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