Secondly, divide this common denominator by each of the given denominators separately, and multiply the quotients by the several numerators, the products will be the new numerators. Arithmetic. [With] Key - Seite 137von Robert Goodacre - 1839Vollansicht - Über dieses Buch
| Jeremiah Joyce - 1812 - 258 Seiten
...divisors, and •the quotients in the last lines will give the least common denominator. Divide this least **common denominator by each of the given denominators separately, and multiply the quotients by** their several numerators, their products will be the new numerators. Reduce |, f, y, -}, to the least... | |
| Thomas Keith - 1825 - 332 Seiten
...multiple of all the denominators of the given fractions, arid it will be the least common denominator. 2. **Divide this common denominator by each of the given...denominators separately, and multiply the quotients by** their several numerators, the products will be the new numerators. By the axiom in pie note to Prop.... | |
| John Bonnycastle - 1836 - 80 Seiten
...given above is general, and may be applied in all cases, but that which follows will often be (bund **more expeditious. RULE. First, find the least common...one line, and divide each of them, or the greatest** number of them, by any quantity that will divide them without a remainder ; write the quotients and... | |
| ELIAS LOOMIS, L.L.D. - 1868
...RULE. Find the least common multiple of all the denominators, and use this as the common denominator. **Divide this common denominator by each of the given denominators separately, and multiply** each numerator ~by the corresponding quotient. The products will be the new numerators. 6. Eeduce pr-... | |
| Elias Loomis - 1873 - 360 Seiten
...RULE. Find the least common multiple of all the denominators, and use this as the common denominator. **Divide this common denominator by each of the given denominators separately, and multiply** each numerator by the corresponding quotient. The products will be the new numerators. 6. Eeduce =7-... | |
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