COMPANY

, Rule of, or Rule of Fellowship, in Arithmetic, is a rule by which are determined the true shares of profit or loss, due to the several partners, or associates, in any enterprize, or trade, in due proportion to the stock contributed by each, and the time it was employed. To do which properly, see the Rule of Fellowship.

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Entry taken from A Mathematical and Philosophical Dictionary, by Charles Hutton, 1796.

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COMET
COMETARIUM
COMMANDINE (Frederick)
COMMON
COMMUTATION
* COMPANY
COMPARTMENT
COMPARTITION
COMPASS
COMPASSES
COMPOSITION