## The Business Man's Encyclopedia: a Hip-pocket Business Counsellor-- ...: 3. Business dictionary. 4. Business sytems. 5. Business tables. [4, 161]-314 p. incl. tables, forms |

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A cylinder one foot in diameter and one foot high contains , 1357.1712 cubic

inches . ... A load of timber contains50

, 6x12 - inch timber , 200 linear feet , 6x6 - inch timber , 150 linear feet , 4 - in ...

A cylinder one foot in diameter and one foot high contains , 1357.1712 cubic

inches . ... A load of timber contains50

**cubic feet**of square timber , 100 linear feet, 6x12 - inch timber , 200 linear feet , 6x6 - inch timber , 150 linear feet , 4 - in ...

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1

stone weighs about . .13000 pounds . ... 43

50 ...

1

**cubic foot**of ordinary anthracite coal is about 55 pounds . ... 100**cubic feet**ofstone weighs about . .13000 pounds . ... 43

**cubic feet**. 1 ton of freight is . .40**cubic feet**. 1 ton of round timber is . .52.92**cubic feet**. 1 ton of square timber is . .50 ...

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1 CUBIC OR SOLID MEASURE . Cubic measure is used for measuring stone ,

timber , earth , capacity of rooms , ships , and such other things as have length ,

breadth and thickness . 1728 cubic inches make .... 1

make ...

1 CUBIC OR SOLID MEASURE . Cubic measure is used for measuring stone ,

timber , earth , capacity of rooms , ships , and such other things as have length ,

breadth and thickness . 1728 cubic inches make .... 1

**cubic foot**. 27**cubic feet**make ...

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2 pints make .... .1 quart - 67.2

1842 inches in diameter and 8 inches deep , and contains nearly 2150.42

inches . ... Engineers commonly use a chain or measuring tape 100

2 pints make .... .1 quart - 67.2

**cubic**inches . 4 quarts ... It is a circular measure1842 inches in diameter and 8 inches deep , and contains nearly 2150.42

**cubic**inches . ... Engineers commonly use a chain or measuring tape 100

**feet**long . Page 275

There are about 1%

point three places to the left, then multiply by 3 and divide by 4. To divide by 8%,

...

There are about 1%

**cubic feet**in one bushel. Hence dividing the number of**cubic****feet**by 1% gives the number of bushels nearly. To divide by 133%, remove thepoint three places to the left, then multiply by 3 and divide by 4. To divide by 8%,

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Page 242 - The first word of every sentence and the first word of every line of poetry should begin with a capital letter.

Page 263 - The rule for casting interest, when partial payments have been made, is to apply the payment, in the first place, to the discharge of the interest then due. If the payment exceeds the interest, the surplus goes toward discharging the principal, and the subsequent interest is to be computed on the balance of principal remaining due. If the payment be less than the interest, the surplus...

Page 263 - If the payment be less than the interest, the surplus of interest must not be taken to augment the principal; but interest continues on the former principal until the period when the payments, taken together, exceed the interest due, and then the surplus is to be applied towards discharging the principal; and interest is to be Computed on the balance, as aforesaid.

Page 276 - Greek, and deoi, centi, mili, from the Latin, are used in preference to our plain English, 10, 100, etc., it is best to employ capital letters for the multiples and small letters for the subdivisions, to avoid ambiguities in abbreviations: 1 dekametre or 10 metres = 1 Dm.; 1 decimetre or 1-10 of a metre = 1 dm.

Page 276 - That the tables in the schedule hereto annexed shall be recognized in the construction of contracts and in all legal proceedings as establishing in- terms of the weights and measures now in use in the United States: the equivalents of the weights and measures expressed therein in terms of the metric system...

Page 239 - The second-(central) section includes all the territory between the last named line and an irregular line from Bismarck, ND, to the mouth of the Rio Grande. The third (mountain) section includes all territory between the last-named line and nearly the western borders of Idaho, Utah, and Arizona.

Page 276 - METRE, unit of length, is nearly the ten-millionth part of a quadrant of a meridian, of the distance between Equator and Pole. The International Standard Metre is, practically, nothing else but a length defined by the distance between two lines on a platinum-fridium bar at CK> Centigrade, deposited at the International Bureau of Weights and Measures, Paris, France.

Page 270 - DISCOUNT. DISCOUNT is an allowance made for the payment of money before it is due. The present worth of a debt payable at some future time, without interest, is such a sum of money as will, if put at interest for the given time, amount to the debt.

Page 243 - II at the close, as mill, sell. All words of one syllable ending in I, with a double vowel before it, have only one I at the close, as mail, sail.

Page 243 - Words of one syllable ending in a consonant, with a single vowel before it, double that consonant in derivatives; as ship, shipping, etc.