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### Literary usage of Naughts

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**1.** *The Universal Anthology: A Collection of the Best Literature, Ancient* by Richard Garnett, Leon i.e. Alexandre Le'on Valle'e, Léon Vallée, Alois Leonhard Brandl (1899)

"SEEMLY LESSON OF VILLON TO THE GOOD-FOR-**naughts**. (Translated by John Payne.)
Fair sons, you're wasting, ere you're old, The fairest rose to you that fell. ..."**2.** *The Elementary Arithmetic: Oral and Written* by Albert Newton Raub (1877)

"To Multiply when there are **naughts** at the Right of either the Multiplicand or
the Multiplier, or both. Ex. 1. Multiply 643 by 700. PROCESS. Explanation. ..."**3.** *Primary Arithmetic: For Graded Schools* by Samuel Hamilton (1909)

"How many **naughts** are removed from the right of 900 when it is divided by 100?
... What effect has the removing of two **naughts** from the right of a number ..."**4.** *Elementary Arithmetic: For Graded and Ungraded Schools* by Samuel Hamilton (1909)

"How many **naughts** are removed from the right of 900 when it is divided by 100?
... What effect has the removing of two **naughts** from the right of a number ..."**5.** *Hamilton's Standard Arithmetic: Book One-three* by Samuel Hamilton (1917)

"How many **naughts** are removed from the right of 900 when it is divided by 100?
... What effect has the removing of two **naughts** from the right of a number ..."