# Intermediate Arithmetic: Including Exercises in Solving Simple Algebraic Equations Containing One Unknown Quantity

D.C. Heath & Company, 1893 - Arithmetic - 458 pages

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### Contents

 MIXED NUMBERS FEDERAL MONEY BILLS DENOMINATE NUM 213 NOTATION AND NUMERATION 224 FEDERAL MONEY 236 DENOMINATE NUMBERS 250 BILLS 263 MEASUREMENTS 277 CHAPTER VII 280 ADDITION AND SUBTRACTION OF FRACTIOSS 286
 DENOMINATE NUMBERS 327 CHAPTER VIII 337 MEASUREMENTS 345 DENOMINATE NUMBERS 357 PERCENTAGE 372 AREAS OF RIGHTANGLED TRIANGLES 379 DENOMINATE NUMBERSSURFACES AND VOLUMES PERCENTAGE 389 MEASUREMENTS 408

 MULTIPLICATION OF FRACTIONS 298 BILLS 311 MULTIPLICATION OF DECIMALS 318

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