| Benjamin Donne - 1758 - 372 sider
...Number, will give one Decimal in the Root ; (becaufe it is known from Evolution in common Arithmetic, **that there will be as many Figures in the Root, as there are** Dots (.) over the given Number; and, by the 3 6th Chap, of the firft Eflay, in the Square Root the... | |
| William Frend - 1796
...more than 100, and lefs than i ooo, and confequently confins of three figures, and fo on. And hence **there will be as many figures in the root as there are** points placed over the number whofe root was to be found. Find the fécond root of 576. la = 40 44)... | |
| L. Despiau - 1801 - 400 sider
...the preceding example, we muft firft divide the number into periods of two, from right to left, and **there will be as many figures in the root as there are periods.** / Then as the greateft fquare contained in zt is i6> tlie fquare root of which is ±, write down the... | |
| William Enfield (M.A.) - 1821 - 276 sider
...the preceding examples, we must first divide the number into periods of two, from right to left, and **there will be as many figures in the root as there are periods.** Then, as the greatest 21, 43, 69 (463 square contained in 21 is 16, jg the square root of which is... | |
| Charles Davies - 1833 - 270 sider
...having doubled the last figure 1 ; then by dividing we obtain, 3, the third figure of the root. NOTE 1. **There will be as many figures in the root as there are periods** in the given number. NOTE 2. If the given number has not an exact root, there will be a remainder after... | |
| Charles William Hackley - 1834 - 26 sider
...3n nor less than 2n. That of four figures cannot contain more than 4n nor less than 3n, &c. The w"1 **root of a number being required, it is evident from...one more if any figures remain on the left. The root** may be divided into units and tens, and the »** power of it, or the given number, will be equal, according... | |
| Robert Mudie - 1836 - 496 sider
...of it and divide it into periods consisting of as many figures each as the exponent of the root, and **there will be as many figures in the root as there are periods.** If there is a portion of a period on the left hand of the entire ones, that must be considered as a... | |
| Robert Mudie - 1836 - 496 sider
...of it and divide it into periods consisting of as many figures each as the exponent of the root, and **there will be as many figures in the root as there are periods.** If there is a portion of a period on the left hand of the entire ones, that must be considered as a... | |
| Charles Davies - 1838 - 288 sider
...having doubled the last figure 1 ; then by dividing we obtain 3, the third figure of the root. NOTE 1 . **There will be as many figures in the root as there are periods** in the given number. NOTE 2. If the given number has not an exact root, there will be a remainder after... | |
| Thomas Sherwin - 1841 - 300 sider
...into parts or periods of two figures each. The left hand period may consist of one or two figures. **There will be as many figures in the root, as there are periods** in the power. Separating 127449 into periods, we see that the root must contain three figures, or hundreds,... | |
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