Our Feathered Friends

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D.C. Heath, 1898 - Birds - 144 pages
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Page 147 - II. 382 pages. Half leather. 75 cts. Walsh's Mathematics for Common Schools. Special features of this work are its division into half-yearly chapters instead of the arrangement by topics; the omission, as far as possible, of rules and definitions ; the great number and variety of the problems; the use of the equation in solution of arithmetical problems ; and the introduction of the elements of algebra and geometry. Parti. 218 pages. 35 cts. Part. II. 252 pages. 40 cts. Part III. 365 pages. Half...
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Page 147 - spiral advancement" plan, and perfectly graded. Special features of this series are its division into half-yearly chapters instead of the arrangement by topics; the great number and variety of the problems; the use of the equation in solution of arithmetical problems; and the introduction of the elements of algebra and geometry. Its use shortens and enriches the course in common school mathematics. In two series: — Three Book Series— Elementary...
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