Practical Math for the Technician: The Basics

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Prentice Hall, Nov 1, 1990 - Mathematics - 592 pages
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This volume is designed for those who have college-level reading abilities and can already write acceptable 500-word essays, but who are striving to write better.

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Contents

Addition and Subtraction
1
Multiplication and Division
21
Please Excuse My Dear Aunt Sally
33
Copyright

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About the author (1990)

Barbara Bode Snyder was the author of technical manuals and textbooks during her career as a systems engineer at IBM and later as an electronics instructor at San Jose City College. A Sunday school teacher for 25 years, she has given many classes, seminars, and sermons on a variety of topics. She has trekked extensively in the Himalaya and has volunteered on six continents. Today, she is active in Habitat for Humanity both locally and internationally, having served for three years in Eastern Europe and on numerous short term trips to help build in many countries. She lives with her husband in San Jose, California. This is her first novel.

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