# The complete practical arithmetician: containing several new and useful improvements. Adapted to the use of schools and private tuition

Printed for G. & W.B. Whittaker, 1822 - Arithmetic - 332 pages

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### Contents

 PART I 1 Division 13 Coupon mo Addition 25 Subtraction 31 Division 39 Direct Proportion 56 VULGAR FRACTIONS 64 Addition of ditto 78
 MULTIPLICATION of ditto 109 certain Price of Exchange 183 Loss and GA IN 160 Arbitration of Exchange 193 INVOLUTION 199 To extract the root of 215 PRESENT WORTH of Annui 257 Simple Interest by Decimals 265 Malcolms Rule of Equation 272 Tables for calculating Annui 283

 DECIMAL FRACTIONS 89 Reduction of ditto 95 Kules of Proportion in Deci 102 Addition of ditto 107 123
 PART III 304 Bills of Parcels 310 of Sales c 319

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