| 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\... | |
| 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... | |
| 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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