A.S. Barnes & Company, 1844 - 340 pages
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### Contents

 NUMERATION and Notation 21 Addition of Simple Numbers 28 Subtraction of Simple Numbers 35 Applications in Subtraction 41 Applications in Multiplication 53 Proof of Multiplication 61 General Remarks 68 OF FEDERAL MONEY 74
 Reduction of Decimals 182 RULE OF THREE 183 Proof 188 188 Questions involving Fractions 193194 193 Canada Currency 200 Definition of 206 Applications 217 Compound InterestDiscount 219

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