from those in Multiplication and Addition combined.

passengerman

Senior Member
chinese
Hi all;

Is it correct grammatically? I think it should be "from those combined in Multiplication and Addition". Am I right?

Or, as the divisor and quotient, multiplied, make up, (with the remainder,) the dividend, we obtain another rule, from those in Multiplication and Addition combined.

Thanks in advance,

A Treatise on Arithmetic ..., Frederick Augustus Porter Barnard.
 
  • entangledbank

    Senior Member
    English - South-East England
    We do use some participles in that position: She earns more than both of us put together; Ten people have more wealth than everyone else on the planet combined.
     
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