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- A concise introduction to practical arithmetic; : in which, all the rules, that occur in common business, are applied to the federal currency, designed for the use of schools in the United States.
- A key to F. Walkingame's tutor's assistant : containing the solutions of the questions in that work; with the references as they stand in the last edition of that book printed for Wilson, Spence, and Mawman, York. To which is added, some useful rules, &c. By T. Crosby
- A new and compendious system of practical arithmetick. : Wherein the doctrine of whole numbers and fractions, Both Vulgar and Decimal, is fully explained, and applied to the several Rules or Methods of Calculation used in Trade and Business: And by shewing and comparing The natural Dependance upon, and Agreement of, one Rule with another, the Whole is render'd more easy than heretofore, and the Learner is instructed in the Vulgar and Decimal Operations together, which at the same Time demonstrates the Reason as well as the Practice of both. By William Pardon, gent
- A new and complete system of arithmetic : Composed for the use of the citizens of the United States. By Nicolas Pike, A.M. [Three lines in Latin from Cicero]
- A new and complete system of arithmetic, : composed for the use of the citizens of the United States: by Nicolas Pike, A.M. [Three lines in Latin from Cicero]
- A treatise of practical arithmetic, and book keeping, : containing all the rules of arithmetic, which are generally useful in transacting business where arithmetic is required. For the use of students. By F. Nichols. Published according to act of Congress
- Algebra, arithmetic, and geometry : in honor of Yu. I. Manin
- Algebra, arithmetic, and geometry : in honor of Yu. I. Manin. Volume II
- An essay to facilitate vulgar fractions : after a new method, and to make arithmetical operations very concise: Containing,. Many New and Excellent Rules on Vulgar Fractions and Mix'd Numbers; some Critical Observations on Numbers; Multiplication and Division of Money, Weight and Measure; with these following Practical Rules, viz. I. Fellowship, II. Barter, III. Loss and Gain, IV. Interest, V. Rebate or Discount, VI. Exchange. To which is annex'd, various practical and, lastly, Miscellaneous questions, with their answers. By W. Bridges, Schoolmaster in Rotterdam
- An introduction to arithmetic for the use of common schools. : By Erastus Root, A.B
- An introduction to arithmetic. : Designed for the use of schools. By Gordon Johnson
- An introduction to natural philosophy : Illustrated with copperplates. By William Nicholson. In two volumes.
- An introduction to natural philosophy : Illustrated with copperplates; by William Nicholson. In two volumes.
- Arithmetic
- Arithmetic
- Arithmetic and geometry around Galois theory
- Arithmetic, mensuration and use of letters in formulas, principles of mechanics, machine elements, mechanics of fluids, strength of materials, elements of electricity and magnetism, heat and steam
- Arithmetices principia : nova methodo
- Arithmetick made easie, : according to the new method now taught and practis'd in London. Wherein The Rules of that Necessary Art are briefly Explained, and Illustrated with such familiar Examples as may suit the meanest Capacity, if they desire to learn it. To which is added, a succinct treatise of decimal fractions, with Compleat Tables, Rules, and Examples demonstrating the same. The like not Extant in any other Treatise of this Nature. By John Copeland, Writing-Master
- Arithmetick vulgar and decimal : with the application thereof, to a variety of cases in trade, and commerce
- Arithmetics
- Arithmetik und Algebra : mit besonderer Rücksicht auf die Bedürfnisse des practischen Lebens und der technischen Wissenschaften
- Arithmétique universelle de Newton
- Artificial arithmetick in decimals : shewing the originall, ground and foundation thereof, with the quintessence of the golden rule, the true valuation of all annuities, and solution of all difficult questions of that nature : also to finde a distance at one station, an art never till of late invented, and not till now published : together with diverse uses and applications thereof, very useful and necessary for gunners, sea-man, and surveyors of land
- At a meeting of the School Committee of the town of Providence, in said Providence, on Monday the 16th of January, A.D. 1786. : The Honourable Jabez Bowen, Esq; in the chair
- Daboll's schoolmaster's assistant. : Being a plain practical system of arithmetic; adapted to the United States.
- Die Elemente der Mathematik
- Elementary principles of arithmetic : with their application to the trade and commerce of the United States of America. In eight sections. By Thomas Sarjeant, late master of the mathematical school in the Academy of the Protestant Episcopal Church, in the city of Philadelphia. For the use of schools and private education. [One line in Latin from Horace]
- He helu kamalii, oia ka mea e ao aku ai i na keiki, ma na ui ao mua o ke aritemetika
- Histoire de l'arithmétique : Explication des Traités de l'Abacus, et particulièrement du Traité de Gerbert
- Hodder's arithmetick : or, That necessary art made most easy. Being explained in a way familiar to the capacity of any that desire to learn it in a little time. By James Hodder, writing-master
- Introduction to Ray's Eclectic arithmetic : the little arithmetic : elementary lessons in intellectual arithmetic, on the analytic and inductive method of instruction : being an introduction to the author's eclectic arithmetic
- Looking at numbers
- Predicative arithmetic
- Ray's arithmetic : being the author's Eclectic arithmetic, on the inductive and analytic methods of instruction : designed for common schools and academies : thoroughly revised, enlarged, and improved, Part third
- Ray's arithmetic : being the author's Little arithmetic restereotyped, with large additions and improvements, on the inductive and analytic methods of instruction, Part second
- Rules of arithmetic: : containing all the useful tables in money, weights and measures
- The American accountant; or, Schoolmasters' new assistant. : Comprised in four books. Book I. Containing arithmetic of whole numbers,--divers denominations, and the common rules, to the end of the double rule of three. Book II. Fractions, vulgar and decimal. Book III. Mercantile arithmetic; or all the rules necessary for forming a complete accountant; methodically arranged and largely exemplified. Book IV. Extractions, progressions, &c. being the higher rules of arithmetic. And including all the questions in the Philadelphian edition of Gough, with many others. The rules are either new, or those of that treatise so far compendized as to be both brief and perfectly applicable. The whole adapted to the commerce of the United States; and comprehending every thing necessary to a complete practical knowledge of the science of arithmetic. By Benjamin Workman, A.M
- The American arithmetick : in which the science of numbers is theoretically explained and practically applied : containing all the necessary rules, systematically arranged, and illustrated by a great variety of useful examples : also, a short system of book-keeping by single entry, designed for the use of schools and academies in the United States
- The American tutor's assistant, improved : or, A compendious system of decimal, practical arithmetic; comprising the usual methods of calculation, with the addition of federal money, and other decimals, dispersed through the several rules of that useful science. Adapted for the easy and regular instruction of youth in the United States. Compiled by Zechariah [i.e., Zachariah] Jess, schoolmaster in Wilmington
- The Secretary's guide, or, Young mans companion, : in four parts. Part I. Contains directions for spelling, reading and writing true English, with true pronunciation. Part II. Arithmetick made easie ... Part III. The method of writing letters upon most subjects ... Part IV Contains a choice collection of bills of parcels, bills, bonds, letters of attorney ... profitable both for old and young to learn and know. The whole adorned with variety of other matters, as will appear by the contents
- The Secretary's guide, or, Young mans companion, : in four parts. Part I. Contains directions for spelling, reading and writing true English, with true pronunciation. Part II. Arithmetick made easie, and the rules thereof explained and made familiar to the capacity of those that desire to learn. Part III. The method of writing letters upon most subjects, as from one friend to another, as well as trade, traffick or other occasions. Part IV. Contains a choice collection of bills of parcels, bills, bonds letters of attorney, indentures, ... profitable both for old and young to learn and know. The whole adorned with variety of other matters, as will appear by the contents
- The Youth's instructor in the English tongue: or, The art of spelling improved. : Being a more plain, easy and regular method of teaching young children, with a greater variety of very useful collections than any other book of this kind and bigness extant. In three parts. The first, containing monosyllables, expressing the most natural and easy things to the apprehensions of children; with common words, and Scripture names. The second, being an introduction more particularly for children of an higher class. The third, rules in arithmatick [sic], with forms of bills, bonds, releases, &c. very useful for all persons. The whole being intermix'd with variety of exercises, in prose and verse, adapted to the capacities of children. : For the use of schools.
- The Youth's instructor in the English tongue: or, The art of spelling improved. : Being a more plain, easy and regular method of teaching young children, with a greater variety of very useful collections than any other book of this kind and bigness extant. In three parts. The first, containing monosyllables, expressing the most natural and easy things to the apprehensions of the children; with common words, and Scripture names. The second, being an introduction more particularly for children of an higher class. The third, rules in arithmatick [sic], with forms of bills, bonds, releases, &c. very useful for all persons. The whole being intermix'd with variety of exercises in prose and verse, adapted to the capacities of children. For the use of schools. Collected from Dixon, Bailey, Owen, Strong, and Watts
- The arithmetic of elliptic curves
- The federal arithmetic; or, A compendium of the most useful rules of that science, : adapted to the currency of the United States. For the use of schools and private persons. Published agreeably to act of Congress. By James Noyes
- The federal arithmetician, or, The science of numbers, improved. : By Thomas Sarjeant
- The federal calculator, and American ready reckoner. : Containing, federal arithmetic, the value of any number of yards, pounds, &c. from 1 to 1000, and from 1 mill to 1 dollar, tables of interest, value of cents in the currencies of the different states, value of gold, as now established by law in the United States, &c.
- The preceptor's assistant, or Student's guide : being a systematical treatise of arithmetic, both vulgar and decimal; calculated for the use of schools, counting houses, and private families. Wherein the most practical branches of that important art are laid down in so plain and concise a manner, that persons of common capacity may become acquainted, in a short time, with that beneficial science. By John Vinall, teacher of the mathematics and writing, in Boston. [One line of quotation in Latin]
- The pupil's guide. : Being a collection of the most useful rules in arithmetic. Calculated for the benefit of schools. By Benjamin Dearborn
- The pupil's guide. : Being a collection of the most useful rules in arithmetic. Calculated for the benefit of schools. By Benjamin Dearborn. of Portsmouth
- The schoolmaster's assistant : Being a compendium of arithmetic, both practical and theoretical. In five parts. ... The whole being delivered in the most familiar way of question and answer ... To which is prefixt, an essay on the education of youth; humbly offered to the consideration of parents. By Thomas Dilworth, author of the New guide to the English tongue; Young book-keeper's assistant, &c. &c. and schoolmaster in Wapping. [Six lines of quotations]
- The schoolmasters assistant : Being a compendium of arithmetic, both practical and theoretical. In five parts. ... The whole being delivered in the most familiar way of question and answer ... To which is prefixt, an essay on the education of youth; humbly offered to the consideration of parents. By Thomas Dilworth, author of the New guide to the English tongue; Young book-keeper's assistant; &c. &c. and schoolmaster in Wapping. [Six lines of quotations]
- The schoolmasters assistant : being a compendium of arithmetic, both practical and theoretical. In five parts. ... The whole being delivered in the most familiar way of question and answer ... By Thomas Dilworth, author of the New guide to the English tongue; Young book-keepers assistant; &c. and schoolmaster in Wapping
- The schoolmasters assistant : being a compendium of arithmetic, both practical and theoretical. In five parts. ... The whole being delivered in the most familiar way of question and answer ... By Thomas Dilworth, author of the New-guide to the English tongue; Young book-keeper's assistant, &c. &c. and schoolmaster in Wapping. [Four lines of quotations]
- The schoolmasters assistant : being a compendium of arithmetic, both practical and theoretical. In five parts. ... The whole being delivered in the most familiar way of question and answer ... To which is prefixt, an essay on the education of youth; humbly offered to the consideration of parents. By Thomas Dilworth, author of the New guide to the English tongue; Young book-keeper's assistant; &c. &c. and schoolmaster in Wapping. [Four lines of quotations]
- The schoolmasters assistant : being a compendium of arithmetic, both practical and theoretical. In five parts. ... The whole being delivered in the most familiar way of question and answer ... To which is prefixt, an essay on the education of youth; humbly offered to the consideration of parents. By Thomas Dilworth, author of the New guide to the English tongue; Young book-keeper's assistant; &c. &c. and schoolmaster in Wapping. [Six lines of quotations]
- The schoolmasters assistant: : being a compendium of arithmetic, both practical and theoretical. In five parts. ... The whole being delivered in the most familiar way of question and answer ...
- The tutor's assistant : being a compendium of arithmetic, and a complete question-book. Containing I. Arithmetic in whole numbers; ... V. A collection of questions set down promiscuously, ... To which are added, a new and very short method of extracting the cube root, ... The twenty-first edition. By Francis Walkingame,
- The tutor's assistant : being a compendium of arithmetic, and a complete question-book. Containing, I. Arithmetic in Whole Numbers: being a brief Explanation of all its Rules, in a New and more concise Method than any hitherto published; with an Application to each Rule, consisting of a large Variety of Questions in real Business, with their Answers annexed. II. Vulgar Fractions, which are treated with a great deal of Plainness and Perspicuity. III. Decimals, with the Extraction of the Square, Cube, and Biquadrate Roots, after a very plain and familiar Manner; in which are set down Rules for the easy Calculation of Interest, Annuities and Pensions in Arrear, the present Worth of Annuities, &c. either by Simple or Compound Interest. IV. Duodecimals, or Multiplication of Feet and Inches, with Examples applied to measuring and working by Multiplication, Practice, and Decimals. V. The Mensuration of Circles. VI. A Collection of Questions, set down promiscuously, for the greater Trial of the foregoing Rules. To which are added, a new and very short method of extracting the cube-root, and a general table for the ready calculating the Interest of any Sum of Money, or any Rate per Cent. likewise Rents, Salaries, &c. The whole being adapted either as a Question-Book for the Use of Schools, or as a Rememberancer and Instructor to such as have some Knowledge therein. This Work having been perused by several eminent Mathematicians and Accomptants, is recommended as the best Compendium hitherto published for the Use of Schools, or for private Persons. By Francis Walkingame
- The tutor's assistant : being a compendium of arithmetic, and a complete question-book. Containing, I. Arithmetic in whole numbers; being a brief Explanation of all its Rules, in a New and more concise Method than any hitherto published; with an Application to each Rule, consisting of a large Variety of Questions in real Business, with their Answers annexel. II. Vulgar Fractions, which are treated with a great deal of Plainness and Perspicuity. III. Decimals, with the Extraction of the Square, Cube, and Biquadrate Roots, after a very plain and familiar Manner; in which are set down Rules for the easy Calculation of Interest, Annuities and Pensions in Arrear, the present Worth of Annuities, &c. either by Simple or Compound Interest. IV. Duodecimals, or multiplication of Feet and Inches, with Examples applied to measuring and working by Multiplication, Practice, and Decimals. V. The Mensuration of Circles. VI. A Collection of Questions, set down promiscuously for the greater Trial of the foregoing Rules. To which are added, A new and very short Method of extracting the Cube-Root, and a general Table for the ready calculating the Interest of any Sum of Money, at any Rate per Cent. likewise Rents, Salaries, &c. The whole being adapted either as a Question-Book for the Use of Schools, or as a Remembrancer and Instructor to such as have some Knowledge therein. This Work having been perused by several eminent Mathematicians and accomptants, is recommended as the best Compendium hitherto published for the Use of Schools, or for private Persons. By Francis Walkingame
- The tutor's assistant : being a compendium of arithmetic. And a complete question-book. In five parts. ... The eighth edition, with several additions, ... By Francis Walkingame,
- The tutor's assistant : being a compendium of arithmetic; and a complete question-book. In five parts. ... The second edition. By Francis Walkingame,
- The tutor's assistant : being a compendium of arithmetic; and a complete question-book. In five parts. Containing, I. Arithmetic in whole Numbers; being a brief Explanation of all its Rules, in a new and more concise Method than any hitherto published; with an Application to each Rule, consisting of a large Variety of Questions in real Business, with their Answers annexed. II. Vulgar Fractions, which are treated with a great deal of Plainness and Perspicuity. III. Decimals, with the Extraction of the Square, Cube, and Biquadrate Roots, after a very plain and familiar Manner, in which are set down Rules for the easy calculating of Interest, Annuities, and Pensions in Arrears, the present Worth of Annuities, &c. either by simple or Compound Interest. IV. Duodecimals or Multiplication of Feet and Inches, with Examples applied to measuring, and worked by Multiplication, Practice, and Decimals: To which is added, a Method of multiplying several Figures by several, and the Product to be produced in one Line only. V. A Collection of Questions set down promiscuously, for the greater Trial of the foregoing Rules. The whole being adapted either as a Question Book for the Use of Schools, or as a Remembrancer and Instructor to such as have some Knowledge therein. This Work having been perused by several Eminent Mathematicians and Accomptants, is recommended as the best Compendium hitherto published for the Use of Schools, as well as for Private Persons. The third edition, with several additions, particularly a New and very short Method of extracting the Cube Root. By Francis Walkingame, Writing-Master and Accomptant
- The tutor's assistant : being a compendium of arithmetic; and a complete question-book. In five parts. Containing, I. Arithmetic in whole numbers; being a brief Explanation of all its Rules, in a new and more concise Method than any hitherto published; with an Application to each Rule, consisting of a large Variety of Questions in real Business, with their Answers annexed. II. Vulgar Fractions, which are treated with a great deal of Plainness and Perspicuity. III. Decimals, with the Extraction of the Square, Cube, and Biquadrate Roots, after a very plain and familiar Manner, in which are set down Rules for the easy calculating of Interest, Annuities, and Pensions in Arrears, the present Worth of Annuities, &c. either by simple or compound Interest. IV. Duodecimals, or Multiplication of Feet and Inches, with Examples applied to measuring, and worked by Multiplication, Practice, and Decimals: To which will be added, a Method of multiplying several Figures by several, and the Product to be produced in one Line only. V. A collection of questions set down promiscuously, for the greater Trial of the foregoing Rules. The whole being adapted either as a Question-Book for the Use of Schools, or as a Remembrancer and Instructor to such as have some Knowledge therein. This Work having been perused by several Eminent Mathematicians and Accomptants, is recommended as the best Compendium hitherto published for the Use of Schools, as well as for private Persons. By Francis Walkingame, Writing-Master and Accomptant, and Master of the Boarding-School in Kensington
- The tutor's assistant : being a compendium of arithmetic; and a complete question-book. In five parts. Containing. I. Arithmetic in whole Numbers; being a brief Explanation of all its Rules, in a new and more concise Method than any hither to published; with an Application to each Rule, consisting of a large Variety of Questions in real Business, with their Answers annexed. II. Vulgar Fractions, which are treated with a great deal of Plainness and perspicuity. III. Decimals with the Extraction of the Square, Cube, and Biquadrate Routs, after a very plain and Familiar Manner, in which are set down Rules for the easy Calculation of Interest, Annuities, and Pensions in Arrcars, the present Worth of Annuities, &c. either by Simple or Compound Interest. IV. Duodecimals or Multiplication of Feet and Inches, with Examples applied to measuring, and working by Multiplication, Practice, and Decimals. V. A Collection of Questions set down promiscuously, for the greater Trial of the foregoing Rules. The whole being adapted either as a Question Book for the Use of Schools, or as a Remembrancer and Instructor to such as have some Knowledge therein. This Work having been perused by several Eminent Mathematicians and Accomptants, is recommended as the best Compendium hitherto published for the Use of Schools, as well as for Private Persons. The seventh edition, with several additions, particularly a New and very short Method of extracting the Cube Root, and a General Table for the ready Calculating the Interest of any Sum of Money, at any Rate per Cent. likewise Rents, Salaries, &c. By Francis Walkingame Writing-Master and Accomptant
- The tutor's assistant, : Being a compendium of arithmetic, and a complete question-book. Containing I. Arithmetic in whole numbers; being a brief explanation of all its roles, in a new and more concise method than any hitherto published; with an application to each rule, consisting of a large variety of questions in real business, with their answers annexed. II. Vulgar fractions, which are treated with a great deal of plainness and perspicuity. III. Decimal, with the extraction of the square, cube, and biquadrate roots, after a very plain and familiar manner; in which are set down rules for the easy calculation of interest, annuities, and pensions in arrears, the present worth of annuities, &c. either by simple or compound interest. IV. Duodecimals, or Multiplication of feet and inches, with examples applied to measuring and working by multiplication, practice, and decimals. V. The mensuration of circles, &c. VI. A collection of questions set down promiseuously, for the greater trial of the foregoing rules. To which are added, a general table for the ready calculating the interest of any sum of money, at any rate per Cent. likewise rents, salaries, &c. The whole being adapted either as a question-book for the use of schools, or as a remembrancer and instructor to such as have some knowledge therein. This work having been perused by several eminent mathematicians and accomptants, in recommended as the best compendium hitherto published, for the use of schools, or for private persons. By Francis Walkingame, writing-master and accomptant
- The tutor's assistant: being a compendium of arithmetic and a complete question-book. : Containing, I. Arithmetic in whole numbers; being a brief explanation of all its rules, in a new and hitherto published; with an application to each rule, consisting of a large variety of questions in real business, with their answers annexed. II. Vulgar fractions, which are treated with a great deal of plainness and perspicuity. III. Decimals, with the extraction of the square, cube, and biquadrate roots, after a very plain and familiar manner; in which are set down rules for the easy calculation of interest, annuities, and pensions in arrears, the present worth of annuities, &c. either by simple or compound interest. IV. Duodecimals, or multiplication of feet and inches, with examples applied to measuring and working by multiplication, practice, and decimals. V. A collection of questions set down promiscuously, for the greater trial of the foregoing rules. To which are added, a new and very short method of extracting the cube root, and a general table for the ready calculating the interest of any sum of money, at any rate percent. Likewise rents, salaries, &c. The whole being adapted either as a remembrancer and instructor to such as have some knowledge therein. This work having perused be several eminent mathematicians and accomptants, is recommended as the best compendium hitherto published, for the use of schools, or for private persons. The thirteenth edition. By Francis Walkingame, writing-master and accomptant
- The tutor's assistant; being a compendium of arithmetic and a complete question-book. : Containing I. Arithmetic in whole numbers; being a brief explanation of all its rules, in a new and more concise method than any hitherto published; with an application to each rule, consisting of a large variety of questions in real business, with their answers annexed. II. Vulgar fractions, which are treated with a great deal of plainness and perspicuity, III. Decimals, with the extraction of the square, cube, and biqudrate roots, after a very plain and familiar manner; in which are set down rules for the easy calculation of interest, annuites, and pensions in arrears, the present worth of annuities, &c. either by simple or compound interest. IV. Duodecimals, or multiplication of feet and inches, with examples applied to measuring and working by multiplication, practice, and decimals. V. The mensuration of circles, &c. VI. A collection of questions set down promiscuously, for the greater trial of the foregoing rules. To which are added, a new and very short method of extracting the cube root, and a general table for the ready calculating the interest of any sum of money, at any rate per cent. likewise rents, salaries, &c. The whole being adapted either as a question-book for the use of schools, or as a remembrancer and instructor to such as have some knowledge therein. This work having been perused by several eminent mathematicians and accomptants, is recommended as the best-compendium hitherto published, for the use of schools, or for private persons. The twenty-sixth edition. By Francis Walkingame, writing-master and accomptant
- The tutor's assistant; being a compendium of arithmetic, and a complete question-book. : Containing I. Arithmetic in whole numbers; being a brief explanation of all it, rules, in a new and more concise method than any hitherto published; with an application to each rule, consisting of a large variety of questions in real business, with their answers annexed. II. Vulgar fractions, which are treated with a great deal of plainness and perspicuity. III. Decimals, with the extraction of the square, cube, and biquadrate roots, after a very plain and familiar manner; in which are set down rules for the easy calculation of interest, annuities, and pensions in arrears, the present worth of annuities, &c. either by simple or compound interest. IV. Duodecimals, or multiplication of feet and inches, with examples applied to measuring and working by multiplication, practice, and decimals. V. The mensuration of circles, &c. VI. A collection of questions set down promiscuously, for the greater trial of the foregoing rules. To which are added, a new and very short method of extracting the cube root, and a general table for the ready calculating the interest of any sum of money, at any rate per cent. Likewise rents, salaries, &c. The whole being adapted either as a question-book for the use of schools, or as a remembrancer and instructor to such as have some knowledge therein. This work having been powerful by several eminent mathematicians and accomptants, is recommended as the best compendium hitherto published, for the use of schools, or for private persons, The twenty-third edition. By Francis Walkingame, writing-master and accomptant
- The tutor's assistant; being a compendium of arithmetic, and a complete question-book. : Containing I. Arithmetic in whole numbers; being a brief explanation of all its rules, in a new and more concise method than any hitherto published; with an application to each rule, consisting of a large variety of questions in real business, with their answers annexed. II. Vulgar fractions, which are treated with a great deal of plainess and perspicuity. III. Decimals, with the extraction of the square, cube, and biquadrate roots, after a very plain and familiar manner; in which are set down rules for the easy calculation of interest, annuities, and pensions in arrears, the present worth of annuities, &c. either by simple or compound interest. IV. Duodecimals, or multiplication of feet and inches, with examples applied to measuring and working by multiplication; practice, and decimals. V. The mensuration of circles, &c. VI. A collection of questions set down promiseously, for the, greater trial of the foregoing rules. To which are added, a new and very short method of extracting the cube root, and a general table for the ready calculating the interest of any sum of money, at any rate per cent. Likewise rents, salaries, &c. The whole being adapted either as a question-book for the use of schools, or as a remembrancer and instructor to such as have some knowledge therein. This work having been perused by several eminent mathematicians and accomptants, is recommended as the best compendium hitherto published, for the use of schools, or for private persons. The twenty-fifth edition. By Francis Walkingame, writing-master and accomptant
- The tyro's guide to arithmetic and mensuration. : With an appendix, containing a great many questions both curious and useful. The whole accommodated to the capacity of beginners, and designed for the use of Schools and Mechanics. By William Panton, M. A. Late Master of the Grammar-School of Canongate
- The young gentleman and lady's assistant : containing, I. Geography, II. Natural history, III. Rhetoric, IV. Miscellany. To which is added a short but complete system of practical arithmetic, wherein the money of the United States of America is rendered easy to the perception of youth. The whole divided into small sections, for the convenience of schools. By Donald Fraser, author of the Columbian monitor
- The young gentleman and lady's assistant : partly original, but chiefly compiled from the works of the most celebrated modern authors; calculated to instruct youth in the priciples of useful knowledge: in five parts, viz. geography, natural-history, elocution, poetry, --and miscellany. To which is annexed --a short system of practical arithmetic; wherein every example is wrought at large, and the whole, including the money of the United States, rendered easy to the meanest capacity. This work, is divided into small sections for the convenience of schools. By Donald Fraser, school-master, New-York
- Visual thinking in mathematics : an epistemological study
- [Números y operaciones] : [decimales - suma y resta]
- [Números y operaciones] : [fracciones - suma y resta]
- [Números y operaciones] : [multiplicación y división]
- Éléments d'arithmétique

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