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To find the dividend, multiply the divisor and the quotient. 36. An inexact division involves four quantities, viz. dmsor, dividend, quotient and remainder; and if any three of these be given the fourth may be found by the following rule. (1) To find the divisor, subtract the remainder from the dividend and divide the result by the quotient. (2) To find the dividend, multiply the divisor by the quotient and to the product add the remainder. (3) To find the quotient, subtract the remainder from the dividend and divide the result by the divisor.

3. 482648 by 2. 4. 15625 by 5. 5. 24672 by 6. 6. 409680 by 8. 7. 40573 b y 13. 8. 39708 by 12. 9. 712304 b y 17. 11. 208173 b y 23. 12. 149003 by 29. 10. 95318 by 19. 13. 23581297 by 31. 14. 16183285 by 53. 16. 187345 by 115. 15. 628174298 b y 59. 17. 1178527 by 217. 18. Divide t h e product of 382761 and 234 by 702. Divide 19. 795495 b y 293. 20. 537152 by 763. 21. 4855568 by 4173. 22. 302129168 by 6704. 23. 34024375 by 4375. 24. 218773386 by 6202. " 25. W h a t number multiplied by three thousand eight h u n d r e d a n d fifty will give five hundred a n d one million and five hundred ?

18. 7*. 03 21 5 2 99 _ ,8. g . fractions 10. Eight and two thirds. 12. Twelve thirty-sevenths. 14. Seventy-five thirty-sixths. 16. One hundred-and-twenty-fifth. ) 19. 93 20. i j . S3 oj Hi 25. If a unit be divided into eighty-three equal parts, how will you express in figures fifty-seven of these parts and a hundred and fifty of such parts ? CONVERSION OF FRACTIONS FROM ONE FORM ANOTHER. TO 76. To express a mixed number as an improper fraction : Rule. Multiply the integer by the denominator of t h e fraction, and add to the product the numerator.

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