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" To multiply compound quantities. Rule. Multiply every term of the multiplicand by all the terms of the multiplier •, one after another, according to the preceding rule, and then collect all the products into one fum' that fum is the product required. "
Elements of Algebra for the Use of Students in Universities: To which is ... - Page 16
by William Trail - 1796 - 311 pages
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Encyclopaedia Perthensis; Or Universal Dictionary of the Arts ..., Volume 1

Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1816
...may be placed in any order, and therefore the order of the alphabet is generally preferred. Cafe 7. To multiply compound quantities. Rule- Multiply every...multiplicand by all the terms of the multiplier, one after anc; ther, according to the preceding rule, and then collect all the products into one fum ; the uio\...
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A general view of the sciences and arts, Volume 1

William Jillard Hort - 1822
...word. Examples. Multiply + a- + 8 y r— 5 ac By + c — 5 r + 9 ab Product + ac — 40 xy — 4:5aabc To Multiply Compound Quantities. Rule. — Multiply...multiplier, one after another, according to the preceding case ; and collect their products into one sum, which will be the product required. Example. Multiply...
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The Founder's Manual: A Presentation of Modern Foundry Operations, for the ...

David Wells Payne - Founding - 1917 - 676 pages
...20 bc. Multiply — 3 ax by + 7 ab. Product equals — 21 a*bx. Of Compound Quantities Multiply each term of the multiplicand by all the terms of the multiplier, one after the other as by former rule; collect their products into one sum for the required product. Example....
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