| M. Bourdon (Louis Pierre Marie) - Algebra - 1848 - 368 pages
...units in the numerator. Thus, in the fractional expression a+ b c + d" a given unit is supposed to **be divided into as many equal parts as there are units in** c + d, and as many of these parts are taken, as there are units in a + b. The rules for performing... | |
| Frederick Emerson - Arithmetic - 1849 - 288 pages
...elementary view of fractions, it may be perceived, that when there is a remainder of 1 unit, it is to **be divided into as many equal parts as there are units in** the divisor, and one of these parts is to be annexed to the quotient. This is performed by merely writing... | |
| M. Bourdon (Louis Pierre Marie) - Algebra - 1850 - 368 pages
...to be considered in the same point of view as arithmetical fractions; that is, a unit is supposed to **be divided into as many equal parts as there are units in** the denominator, and one of these parts is , supposed to be taken as many times as there are units... | |
| Frederick Emerson - Mathematics - 1850
...elementary view of fractions, it may be perceived, dial when diere is a remainder of 1 unit, it is to **be divided into as many equal parts as there are units in** the divisor, and one of these parts is to be annexed to the quotient. This is performed by merely writing... | |
| Frederick Emerson - 1851
...elementary view of fractions, it may be perceived, that when there is a remainder of 1 unit, it is to **be divided into as many equal parts as there are units in** the divisor, and one of these parts is to be annexed to the quotient. This is performed by merely writing... | |
| Frederick Emerson - Arithmetic - 1851 - 216 pages
...elementary view of fractions, it may be perceived, that when there is a remainder of 1 unit, it is to **be divided into as many equal parts as there are units in** the divisor, and one of these parts is to be annexed to the quotient. This is performed by merely writing... | |
| Charles Davies, William Guy Peck - Mathematics - 1855 - 592 pages
...with О as a centre, and with a radius equal to a, describe a circle, and suppose its circumference to **be divided into as many equal parts as there are units in** 2n, at the points A, 13, С, &.С. Then, on the radius AD, produced if necessary, take OP equal to... | |
| Frederick Emerson - Arithmetic - 1834 - 328 pages
...elementary view of fractions, it may be perceived, that when there is a remainder of 1 unit, it is to **be divided into as many equal parts as there are units in** the divisor, and one of these parts is to be annexed to the quotient. This is performed by merely writing... | |
| Charles Davies - Arithmetic - 1861 - 336 pages
...IV.—If the denominator of a fraction be multiplied by any number, the value of the fraction will **be divided into as many equal parts as there are units in** the multiplier. Hence, to divide a fraction, multiply the denominator. Examples. 1. Divide f by 6,... | |
| Charles Davies - Arithmetic - 1867 - 466 pages
...PROPOSITION III.—If the numerator of a fraction be divided by any number, the value of the fraction will **be divided into as many equal parts as there are units in** the divisor. Examples. 1. Divide || by 2, 4, 8, 16. 2. Divide |f by 2, 7, and 14. 3. Divide ?« by... | |
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