| Edward Wells - Arithmetic - 1723 - 358 pages
...Tenth Part, and ten Tenth Parts make one Unit or Whole ; and fo on likewife in Integers, ten Units **make one Ten, ten Tens make one Hundred, ten Hundreds make one** Thoufand, &c. And on this Agreement as to the Increafe of the denominative Value of Integers and Decimals,... | |
| Oliver A. Shaw - Arithmetic - 1832 - 108 pages
...unit, often, of a hundred, of a thousand, of a ten thousand, and of a hundred thousand. Now ten units **make one ten, ten tens make one hundred, ten hundreds make one thousand,** ten thousands make one ten thousand, ten ten thousands make one hundred thousand: and if you put together... | |
| Charles Davies - Arithmetic - 1840 - 144 pages
...Ninety-eight and seven? Ninetyeight and nine ? LESSON XX. Numeration, or Reading Figures. Ten Units **make one Ten. Ten Tens make one Hundred. Ten Hundreds make one Thousand.** Commit to memory the words Units, Tens, Hundreds, Thousands. § 3 I HH £ £ H e« P 4 5 6 236 Four... | |
| William Scott - Algebra - 1844 - 568 pages
...elementary operations. This superiority of the decimal system is derived from the conventions, That **ten units of any order make one unit of the next higher order** ; And that the different orders of units ascend regularly from right to left. 294. The knowledge of... | |
| Charles Davies - Arithmetic - 1851 - 178 pages
...Ninety-eight and seven ? Ninety-eight and nine ? LESSON XX. Numeration, or Reading Figures. Ten Units **make one Ten. Ten Tens make one Hundred. Ten Hundreds make one Thousand.** Commit to memory the words Units, Tens, Hundreds, ( Thousands. Four Units, -- 4 Six Units and five... | |
| Joseph Ray - Arithmetic - 1857 - 348 pages
...the first order make one unit of the second ; ten units of the second, one of the third. Invariably, **ten units of any order make one unit of the next higher order.** NOTE. — When units are named, those of the first order are meant. ART. 9. The name of each of the... | |
| James Bates Thomson - Arithmetic - 1858 - 400 pages
...much as when it stood in the third place. The same is true of the other digits. That is, Ten units **make one ten ; Ten tens make one hundred; Ten hundreds make one thousand,** &c. Hence, universally, 9i Ten of any lower order is equal to one in the next higher order. It is therefore... | |
| Emerson Elbridge White - Arithmetic (Commercial), 1861 - 1861 - 348 pages
...DUODECIMALS. ART. 164. A Duodecimal (Latin duodecim, twelve) is a number whose scale is 12 ; hence, 12 **units of any order make one unit of the next higher order.** This system of numbers is used by artificers in finding the contents of surfaces and solids. For this... | |
| James A. Christie - 1865 - 454 pages
...of integers ; cipher is in third place of integers. TENS, HUNDREDS, THOUSANDS, MILLIONS. Ten units **make one ten. Ten tens make one hundred. Ten hundreds make one thousand.** A thousand thousand make. . one million. One unit and one ten make eleven. Two tens make twenty. *... | |
| James Stewart Eaton - Arithmetic - 1867 - 358 pages
...what v»lne», tua « ii, ••»..' 15. How does moving a figure towards the left affect It* value? **make one ten, ten tens make one "hundred, ten hundreds...thousand, and, in short, ten units of any order make one** tmit of the next higher order. 16. The cipher, when used with other figures, fills a place that would... | |
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