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3. If there be a remainder, suppose it be as many tens, and prefixed to the next figure of the dividend, and then inspect and obtain a second quotient figure.
.4. Proceed in this way through all the figures of the dividend; Thus:
Suppose the dividend to be 3426, and the divisor 6.
571 Quotient. As the proof of Multiplication is by Division, so the proof of Division is best obtained by Multiplication.
Multiply the quotient by the divisor, add in the remainder, if any, and the product will be equal to the dividend.
571 the Quotient.
6 the Divisor.
Time and the Child.
That you are on the wing';
The roses of the spring'.
And use his mental pow'rs';
And rightly use your prime';
DIVISION.--Lesson 11. (1) Divide 23143 by 4.
(2) 621342 by 3. (3) Divide 532461 by 5.; (4) 56261 by 6. (5) Divide 7382921 by 6
(6) 8725163 by 17. (7) Divide 861262 by 8.
(8) 365321 by 9. (9) Divide 756238 by 12. (10) 789106 by 11.
Obs. To divide any sum by 10, merely cut off the right hana figure, and call it a remainder; to divide by 100, cut off tiny figures, by 1000, cut of three figures, fc.
The tenth part of speech. The tenth and last part of speech is the Interjection. The use of this class of words, is to express an emotion of the mind, indicative of joy, grief, fear, &c. and it is generally followed by the exclamation point; as: oh! ah! alas! &c. 'There are but few interjections in the language. You will know them from all the other parts of speech, for they india cate an emotion of the mind, and are followed by the point era clusively appropriated to them.
SPELLING.- LESSON 13. mó-lèsť ó-pine po-māde pré-påre"
nô-rel pā-rādei post-häste' pré-pěnse" mó-rose plã-tôôn põst-põne
pré-side -mit po-lite prē-fer pré-těnd
When the divisor is 13 or more, it is said to be long disision, for then the quotient is placed to the right of the dividend, and the process is conducted at length by Multiplication and Subtraction.
Rule. 1. Place the given terms as in short division, and find how often the divisor will go in the left hand figure or figures of the dividend, and place the result on the right, behind a curved line.
2. Multiply the divisor by the said result, and place the product under that part of the dividend to which the divisor was applied, and subtract.
3. To the remainder, bring down the next figure of the dio vidend, and see how often the divisor will go, and place this in the quotient.
4. Tben multiply and subtract as before, and thus continue through all the figures of the dividend. The proof is by Multiplication. Thus: (11) Divide 732 by 84, and prove the operation. 34)732/21 Quotient.
732 Proof. (12) Divide 63452 by 23. (13) Divide 34157 by 19. (14) "6 532681 by 17. (15) 1 53769 by 26. (16) "6123567 by 33. (17) « 82592 by 55. (18) 66 1625946 by 122. (19) " 31245673 by 174. (20) " 87234562 by 346. (21) “ 6298746738 by 62345.
GRAMMAR.--LESSON 16. The Parts of speech, as they occur in order, may be rendered more distinct by referring each, in a concise manner, to the office which it performs. Thus:
1. Noun, a name, and an agent or an object. 2. Article, a limiter, that refers to the noun in limitation."
3. Verb, the act of the agent to which it refers in number and person.
4. Pronoun, in the place of the noun, to which it refers in relation.
5. Adjective, an appendage to the noun, expressing quality or property.
6. Participle, combines the properties of Verb and Adjective, and known by its peculiar termination.
7. Adverb, an appendage to the Verb, expressing manner. 8. Conjunction, a connective participle joining words, &c.
9. Preposition, a connective participle, expressing relation and referring to nouns.
10. Interjection, a particle with its appropriate point, expressing an emotion of the mind, indicative of joy, grief, &c,
SPELLING.---LESSON 17. re-gāle rē-grět' rē-lūme' rē-morse' ré-gård re-join' Tē-mănd'
ré-mõte re-grăft' rē-lăpse' rē-mark' rē-mount' ré-grănt rē-lăte' rē-mind' ré-past rē-grēēt' ré-lént rē-init'