first fraction g by the denominator of the second, 4: we get Ta? Next multiply both terms of the second fraction by the denominator of the first fraction, that is g by 3 : the result is I9? Now, it will be seen (from No. 4), that these two fractions, Ta#39;; andanbsp;...

Title | : | The Mechanic's Calculator, or Workman's Memorial Book, etc |

Author | : | William GRIER |

Publisher | : | - 1839 |

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