## The Philosophy of Arithmetic: Exhibiting a Progressive View of the Theory and Practice of Calculation, with an Enlarged Table of the Products of Numbers Under One Hundred |

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The Philosophy of Arithmetic: Exhibiting a Progressive View of the Theory ... Sir John Leslie No preview available - 2018 |

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Abacus annexed Arabians Arithmetic bar of units Binary calculation characters circle column consequently consisting contained continued fraction converted corresponding coun cube decimal decomposition deficient Denary Scale denominator denoted descending digits divided dividend division divisor double Duodenary Scale eight eleven employed Europe evidently example excess exhibited expressed farther fifth bar figures five four counters fourth bar full counters gives Greeks hence highest bar Hindus hundred leave letters likewise marks merator metic minuend mode multiplicand multiplied nine Nonary notation º º Octary open counters operation original number pair performed period practice Quaternary Scale Quinary quotient reckoned remainder repeated represented result Roman Abacus Roman numerals Romans rows second bar seven sexagesimals signify single counter square root strokes subtraction subtrahend successive Suppose symbols terminates Ternary ters third bar thousand three counters tion triple vulgar fractions Wherefore