## Thinking Mathematically (6th Edition)

When we use Jefferson's method, the modified divisor $d$ is slightly less than the standard divisor. When we use Adams's method, the modified divisor $d$ is slightly more than the standard divisor.
Both Jefferson's method and Adams's method use a modified divisor. When we use Jefferson's method, the modified divisor $d$ is slightly less than the standard divisor. When we use Adams's method, the modified divisor $d$ is slightly more than the standard divisor.