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- An Introduction to the counting house; or, A short specimen of mercantile precedents, : adapted to the present situation of the trade and commerce of the United States of America. : For the use of schools and private education.
- Arithmetick vulgar and decimal : with the application thereof, to a variety of cases in trade, and commerce
- Arithmetick vulgar and decimal: : with the application thereof, to a variety of cases in trade, and commerce
- Arithmetics
- College algebra, Chapter 1, Intro to algebra | Arithmetic | Exercises
- Cook's American arithmetic; : being a system of decimal arithmetic; comporting with the federal currency of the United States of America. : To which is annexed, by way of second part, the American surveyor. : The whole on an entire new plan. : To which is added, a draught of instruments, adapted to carry the above into effect. The work is rendered easy, and may be of great use to the citizens of the United States.
- Daboll's schoolmaster's assistant. : Being a plain practical system of arithmetic; adapted to the United States.
- 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]
- Elementary principles of arithmetic; : with their application to the trade and commerce of the United States of America. : In eight sections.
- Female education : a discourse, delivered at the dedication of the Seminary Hall in Saugus, Jan. 15, 1822 ; to which is added, The little reckoner, consisting principally of arithmetical questions for infant minds
- The American accomptant; : being a plain, practical and systematic compendium of federal arithmetic; : in three parts: designed for the use of schools, and specially calculated for the commercial meridian of the United States of America.
- The American accountant; or, A complete system of practical arithmetic. : Containing, I. Whole numbers, particularly adapted to the American and British commerce. II. Vulgar fractions; in which the rules are so simple and the contractions so obvious as to render the operations remarkable short and easy. III. Decimals, with concise methods of managing all kinds of simple and compound repetends; the extraction of roots: interest, annuities, &c. &c. IV. Duodecimals; or multiplication of feet and inches. V. Curious, useful and entertaining questions, with their solutions; &c. &c. : The whole calculated to ease the teacher and assist the pupil; it will be found likewise extremely useful to American merchants, &c. general rules and compact tables being given to change the currencies, Sterling, French and Dutch monies into each other.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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 tutor's assistant; or A compendious system of practical arithmetic; : containing, the several rules of that useful science, concisely defined, methodically arranged, and fully exemplified. : The whole particularly adapted to the easy and regular instruction of youth in our American schools.
- The American tutor's assistant; or A compendious system of practical arithmetic; : containing, the several rules of that useful science, concisely defined, methodically arranged, and fully exemplified. : The whole particularly adapted to the easy and regular instruction of youth in our American schools:
- The American youth's instructor; or, A new and easy guide to practical arithmetic. : Wherein the rudiments of common arithmetic, vulgar the decimal fractions [sic], the extraction and use of the square and cube roots, &c. are so easily treated of, and so plainly demonstrated, that any person may, of himself (in a short time) become acquainted with every thing neccessary to the knowledge of business. : To which is added a postscript for the use of country youths in particular; shewing how to measure any regular piece of timber, tyling, thatching, brick-work, or piece of land; as also how to gauge any cistern, piece of malt, or common cooler, tub, or cask. : The whole designed for such as have hitherto neglected or have not had opportunity of being acquainted with figures; and attempted in natural and familiar dialogues, in order to render the work more easy and diverting, as well as useful to learners. : Recommended by several writing-masters and accomptants.
- The federal arithmetician, or, The science of numbers, improved.
- The federal arithmetician, or, The science of numbers, improved. : By Thomas Sarjeant
- The scholar's guide to arithmetic: : being a collection of the most useful rules, viz. notation, addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, reduction, rule of three, practice, interest, barter, loss and gain, tare and trett, fellowship, double rule of three, vulgar fractions, decimal fractions, interest by decimals, extraction of the square & cube root, position, progression, duodecimals, or cross multiplication: : To which is added, a short treatise on mensuration of planes and solids; with a sufficient number of practical questions at the end of each rule. : Designed for the use of schools.
- The scholar's guide to arithmetic: : being a collection of the most useful rules, viz. notation, addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, reduction, rule of three, practice, interest, barter, loss and gain, tare and trett, fellowship, double rule of three, vulgar fractions, decimal fractions, interest by decimals, extraction of the square & cube root, position, progression, duodecimals, or cross multiplication: : To which is added, a short treatise on mensuration of planes and solids; with a sufficient number of practical questions at the end of each rule. : Designed for the use of schools.
- The usher. : Comprising arithmetic in whole numbers; federal money; decimal and vulgar fractions; a description and use of Coggeshall's sliding rule; some uses of Gunter's scale; superficial and solid measuring; geometrical definitions and problems; surveying; the surveyor's pocket companion, or trigonometry made easy; a table of sines; a table of tangents; miscellany; tables of the weight and value of gold coins. : Calculated and designed for youth.
- 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
- 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.
- 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. : This work is divided into small sections, for the convenience of schools.
- 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.

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