A Theoretical and Practical System of Arithmetic: Comprising All the Usual Rules with Their Proofs, Scales of Notation, the Construction and Use of Logarithms ... : Together with Much Useful Information Never Before Introduced Into Treatises on Arithmetic ...

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John W. Parker, West Strand, 1843 - 316 pages

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