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Página 206 - However this may be, it is certainly known from actual knowledge of school practice that pupils who have been instructed under psychological methods have had but little difficulty in comprehending the making-up method, and have quickly acquired skill in the application of it. Fundamental Principles of Addition and Subtraction. — When a quantity is expressed by means of several terms connected by the signs + and — , the expression is called an aggregate; and when the several operations are performed...
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Página 151 - ... his view, that he can notice and illustrate, as he proceeds, all the characters of the relation of the parts to one another and to the whole.