# Advanced Arithmetic for Secondary Schools: A Comprehensive Treatise on the Science of Numbers and Their Application to Business Transactions

Harper & brothers, 1889 - Arithmetic - 474 pages

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### Contents

 INTRODUCTION 9 NOTATION AND NUMERATION 15 PROPERTIES OP NUMBERS 43 REDUCTIONS 68 THE FOUR FUNDAMENTAL PROCESSES 95 Continued Page 107 Continued 114 Short Methods 126
 Solids or Bodies 852 352 Roman Notation 865 365 Prime Factors 386 Short Methods of Reductions 397 True Remainder 405 Powers and Roots Short Methods 411 Medial Proportion Alligation 420 Additional FormulaProgressions 426

 Review 146 POWERS AND ROOTS 187 RATIO PROPORTIONS AND PROGRESSIONS 212 CnAp VIIL PERCENTAGE 245 MEASUKEMENTS 331
 General Average 432 Customs or Duties 438 Business Forms 444 Permutations and Combinations 454 Copyright

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