| Robert Gibson - 1811 - 508 sider
...hundreds, then will the first be tens, and the second units. The numbers therefore, 576, 57,0, 5,7(), arc **all expressible by the same extent of the compasses...576. Or, if the five larger divisions be taken for** fi ve tens, or 50, seven of the first subdivisions will be seven units, and the six second subdivisions... | |
| Robert Gibson - 1814 - 508 sider
...if the five » larger divisions be taken for 500, seven of the first subdivisions will be 70, \vhich **upon the sixth parallel, taking in six of the second...the five larger divisions be taken for five tens, or** 50, seven of the first subdivisions will be seven units, and the six second subdivisions upon the sixth... | |
| Robert Gibson - 1821 - 544 sider
...will be tenth parts of an unit, and the second, marked by the diagonal upon the parallels, hundreth **parts of the unit. But, if we suppose the larger divisions...the five larger divisions be taken for five tens, or** 50, seven of the first subdivisions will be seven units, and the six second subdivisions upon the sixth... | |
| Robert Gibson - 1832 - 348 sider
...5,76, are all expressible by the same extent of the compasses : thus, setting one foot in the number 5 **of the larger divisions, extend the other along the...the five larger divisions be taken for five tens, or** 50, seven of the first subdivisions will be seven units, and the six second subdivisions upon the sixth... | |
| Henry S. Merrett - 1863 - 317 sider
...5.76, are all expressible by the same extent of the compasses; thus, setting one foot in the number 5 **of the larger divisions, extend the other along the...taking in six of the second subdivisions for units,** make the whole number equal 576. Or if the five larger divisions be taken for five tens, or 50, seven... | |
| 1863
...5.76, are all expressible by the same extent of the compasses; thus, setting one foot in the number 5 **of the larger divisions, extend the other along the...taking in six of the second subdivisions for units,** make the whole number equal 576. Or if the five larger divisions be taken for five tens, or 50, seven... | |
| John William Norie, J. W. Saul - 1917 - 595 sider
...diagonal, that distance will be the extent required ; for if the three larger divisions be taken for 300, **seven of the first subdivisions will be 70, which,...taking in six of the second subdivisions for units,** make the whole number 376 : or if the three larger divisions be taken for 30, seven of the first subdivisions... | |
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