## The Teacher's Manual: Being an Exposition of an Efficient and Economical System of Education, Suited to the Wants of a Free People |

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we shall have 12 fourths to

d ) for each . We see , then , that the above quotient might have been properly

expressed by placing our divisor 4 under the remainder 3 , thus : 4 ) 19 Ah , & c .

we shall have 12 fourths to

**divide**among the 4 boys , consequently , 3 fourths ( ord ) for each . We see , then , that the above quotient might have been properly

expressed by placing our divisor 4 under the remainder 3 , thus : 4 ) 19 Ah , & c .

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We can make ourselves certain , that this last divisor will always be the greatest

common divisor , by tracing the above operation backwards , as follows : as 4

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We can make ourselves certain , that this last divisor will always be the greatest

common divisor , by tracing the above operation backwards , as follows : as 4

**divides**52 , it will**divide**56 , which is once 4 more ; as it**divides**52 and 56 , it will...

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Accordingly , if we

the true answer . ...

b ; but our divisoris not 3 , but the fifth part of 3 ; therefore , we have divided by a ...

Accordingly , if we

**divide**by 7 , by multiplying the denominator , we shall have } ,the true answer . ...

**Divide**y by š . polera acri wa 10 + 5 a b**Dividing**to by 3 givesb ; but our divisoris not 3 , but the fifth part of 3 ; therefore , we have divided by a ...

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1 . What is the interest of $ 11 . 04 , for 1 year , at 3 per cent . ? 100 : 11 . 04 3 : 3 .

Tyr . : 1 yr .

. 4 . What is the interest of $ 520 . 04 , for 30 years and 6 months ? 100 : 520 .

1 . What is the interest of $ 11 . 04 , for 1 year , at 3 per cent . ? 100 : 11 . 04 3 : 3 .

Tyr . : 1 yr .

**Dividing**by 100 ...**Divide**by 100 . ) 1 : 120 S : = $ 7200 , by inspection. 4 . What is the interest of $ 520 . 04 , for 30 years and 6 months ? 100 : 520 .

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£100 for 8 ... 02 = 100 : X . Removing the dot , viz . multiplying by 100 , and

and ...

**Divide**by 1000 and 6 51 : 4 1 : x = $ 246 . 40 . 11 : 61 . 6 6 . What is the amount of£100 for 8 ... 02 = 100 : X . Removing the dot , viz . multiplying by 100 , and

**dividing**by 108 , gives x = $ 56 . 50 . 2 . What principal , at 8 per cent . , in 1 yearand ...

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Página 115 - That liberates and exempts me from them all. It turns submitted to my view, turns round With all its generations ; I behold The tumult, and am still. The sound of war Has lost its terrors ere it reaches me ; Grieves, but alarms me not.

Página 49 - I shall detain you now no longer in the demonstration of what we should not do, but straight conduct you to a hillside, where I will point you out the right path of a virtuous and noble education ; laborious, indeed, at the first ascent, but else so smooth, so green, so full of goodly prospect, and melodious sounds on every side, that the harp of Orpheus was not more charming.

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