| Philip Kelland - 1860
...shall be given in Art. 91. 90. The following are the AXIOMS on which all our processes are based : **1. If equals be added to equals, the wholes are equal....subtracted from equals, the remainders are equal. 3.** If equals be multiplied or divided by equals, the products or quotients are equal 4. Like powers of... | |
| William Steadman Aldis - 1887 - 588 halaman
...these algebraical relations may be added the four following axioms or general principles of operation. **(1) If equals be added to equals the wholes are equal....subtracted from equals, the remainders are equal. (3)** If equals be multiplied by equals the products are equal. (4) If equals be divided by equals the quotients... | |
| James A. MACLELLAN (and DEWEY (John)), John Dewey - 1895 - 309 halaman
...14, 16 and three, 19 ; this makes up the 19 (thousand) of the minuend, and the whole " making - up " **number, or remainder, is $3784, the amount of money...abstract recognition of them will come in good time.** CHAPTER XL MULTIPLICATION AND DIVISION. Multiplication. — From the preceding discussion (see especially... | |
| James Alexander McLellan, John Dewey - 1895 - 309 halaman
...inferred that if there is any difference in difficulty between the making-Tip method and the taking-away **method, the difference is in favour of the making-up...abstract recognition of them will come in good time.** CHAPTER XL MULTIPLICATION AND DIVISION. ^Multiplication. — From the preceding discussion (see especially... | |
| James Alexander McLellan, John Dewey - 1905 - 309 halaman
...between the making-up method and the taking-away method, the difference is in favour of the making-Tip **method, as involving less demand upon conscious attention....recognition of them will come in good time. CHAPTEE** XI. MULTIPLICATION AND DIVISION. Multiplication. — From the preceding discussion (see especially... | |
| James Alexander McLellan, John Dewey - 1895 - 309 halaman
...volving less demand upon conscious attention. However this may be, it is certainly known from ilbtual **knowledge of school practice that pupils who have...abstract recognition of them will come in good time.** CHAPTER XI. MULTIPLICATION AND DIVISION. Multiplication. — From the preceding discussion (see especially... | |
| James Alexander McLellan, John Dewey - 1898 - 309 halaman
...between the making-up method and the taking-away method, the difference is in favour of the making-Tip **method, as involving less demand upon conscious attention....abstract recognition of them will come in good time.** CHAPTER XI. MULTIPLICATION AND DIVISION. Multiplication. — From the preceding discussion (see especially... | |
| Arthur Schultze - 1905 - 449 halaman
...equations depends upon the following principles, called axioms: 1. If equals be added to equals, the sums **are equal. 2. If equals be subtracted from equals, the remainders are equal. 3.** If equals be multiplied by equals, the products are equal 4. If equals be divided by equals, the quotients... | |
| Arthur Schultze - 1905 - 373 halaman
...equations depends upon the following principles, called axioms : 1. If equals be added to equals, the sums **are equal. 2. If equals be subtracted from equals, the remainders are** eqifal. 3. If equals be multiplied by equals, the products are equal. 4. If equals be divided by equals,... | |
| Arthur Schultze - 1906 - 562 halaman
...equations depends upon the following principles, called axioms : 1. If equals be added to equals, the sums **are equal. 2. If equals be subtracted from equals, the remainders are equal. 3.** If equals be multiplied by equals, the products are equal. 4. If equals be divided by equals, the quotients... | |
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