A Compleat Body of Arithmetic, in Four Books ...: Wherein the Whole Nature of Numbers, with Their Simple and Comparative Elements in All the Parts of Arithmetick, are Plainly Declared, and Fully Handled. Every Part Explain'd by Necessary Rules, Cases, Theorems, Questions, Observations, and Variety of Operations ... To Every Part is Added, Excellent Rules of Practice ... With Many Large and Exact Tables of All Sorts of Coins, Weights, Measures, &c. Ancient and Modern, in Most Countries, Reduced to Our Own ...

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T. Newborough, 1701 - Algebra - 636 pages

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