Example Suppose The Two Cards To Be As Before Ten And Seven Then

the person deducting ten from twenty-six, there remain sixteen, and

deducting seven from twenty-six, there remain nineteen; these two

remainders added together make thirty-five, which you subtract from

fifty-two; and there must remain seventeen for the amount of the two

cards, as before.

Example Suppose The Three Cards To Be Ten Seven And Six As Experiments With Sparrows facebooktwittergoogle_plusredditpinterestlinkedinmail