| Samuel Webber - 1801
...•**" r — I L, I — Z,, a • ~L7r +K / rriXr+a 37 ' 7 r ff L,r 4ad ' • t — a _ L, l—L,a 5. **Divide the dividend by the divisor, and the quotient will be the** term sought. NOTE. When the first term of the series is equal to the ratio, the indices must begin... | |
| Paul Deighan - 1804
...and multiply it by the index of the given power for a divifor, 4. Divide the dividend by the divifor, **and the quotient will be the next term of the root. 5. Involve the whole root, and** fubtraft and divide as before ; and fo on till the whole is fini (lied. EXAMPLES. t. Required the cube... | |
| Nicolas Pike - 1808 - 480 sider
...the first term, and place it in the quo.pent. 2. Subtract the power, and bring down the second terra **for a dividend. 3. Involve the root, last found, to...subtract and divide as before ; and so on till the whole** be finished. j. Required the square root of a* — 2a3r— 2<z3r+3a2/-» — 5 a*— 2a 3r+3asra—... | |
| Samuel Webber - 1808
...bring down the second term for a dividend. 3. Involve the root, already found, to the next inferior **power, and multiply it by the index of the given power...the next term of the root. 5. Involve the whole root** to the given power, and subtract it from, the given quantity ; then bring down the next term, and proceed... | |
| Samuel Webber - 1812 - 248 sider
...ars < ' r n V — IXs+a — Z,a L,r s — a 4 asl < r K— T n LJ-L,a Z,5 — a — Z,A- — / \ 5. **Divide the dividend by the divisor, and the quotient will be the** term sought. N0TE. When the first term of the series is equal to the ratio, the indices must begin... | |
| Charles Butler - 1814
...found to the next lower power, and multiply it by the index of the given power, for a divisor. IV. **Divide the dividend by the divisor, and the quotient will be the next term of the root.** V. Involve the whole root, subtract, divide, and proceed as before, until the whole is finished. EXAMPLES.... | |
| Charles Butler - 1814
...for a divisor ; but if less, mark the greater extreme. and the marked ones together for a divisor; **divide the dividend by the divisor, and the quotient will be the** answer in the same denomination the second term was brought into ». EXAMPLES. l. If 6 men spend 154... | |
| Zadock Thompson - 1826 - 164 sider
...the first term to a power whose index is 1 less than the number of terms multiplied for a divisor ; **divide the dividend by the divisor, and the quotient will be the** term sought. NOTE. — When the first term of the series is equal to the ratio, the indices must begin... | |
| 1826
...dividend ; and subtract the former part of this product from the given radius, for a divisor. Then **divide the dividend by the divisor, and the quotient will be the** other radius. a, = .600 Focal length, = 12 ~iv~n~ viif from 10 7-2 = first product] take 7.3 Given... | |
| 1826
...dividend ; and subtract the former part of this product from the given radius, for a divisor. Then **divide the dividend by the divisor, and the quotient will be the** other radius. Example. — The index of a piece of flint-glass is 1-600, and one of its curvatures... | |
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