# Numeration in a sentence

1. On this law are based the consequent laws of

2. This house has since been demolished and rebuilt, and the number has probably been changed in those revolutions of

3. Any numbers derived from native sources are to be looked on with suspicion; for they have no true idea of

4. In mathematics they formerly learned by heart the definition of operations, but now they no longer have anything to do with operations, for, according to Evtushévski, they reach

5. Now they are taught solving puzzles, forming equations with small numbers before they know

6. Where in arithmetic the real difficulties are met with, where it becomes necessary to explain the subject from all its sides to the pupil, as in

**numeration**, then of addition, and of the whole of mathematics.2. This house has since been demolished and rebuilt, and the number has probably been changed in those revolutions of

**numeration**which the streets of Paris undergo.3. Any numbers derived from native sources are to be looked on with suspicion; for they have no true idea of

**numeration**, the word many'' being used for all large amounts, and may as equally signify hundreds as thousands.4. In mathematics they formerly learned by heart the definition of operations, but now they no longer have anything to do with operations, for, according to Evtushévski, they reach

**numeration**only in the third year, and it is assumed that for a whole year they are to be taught nothing but numbers up to ten.5. Now they are taught solving puzzles, forming equations with small numbers before they know

**numeration**and how to operate with numbers, though experience teaches any teacher that the difficulty of forming equations or the solution of puzzles are overcome by a general development in life, and not in school.6. Where in arithmetic the real difficulties are met with, where it becomes necessary to explain the subject from all its sides to the pupil, as in

**numeration**, in addition, subtraction, division, in the division and multiplication of fractions, you will not find even a shadow of anything easier, any new explanation, but only quotations from old arithmetics.