# Everyday Arithmetic: Book One-three, Book 3

Houghton Mifflin, 1915 - Arithmetic
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### Contents

 ADDITION AND SUBTRACTION 1 ACCOUNTS 6 COMMON AND EXACT INTER 38 PERCENTAGE 43 OF CLOTHING 67 THE USE OF GEOMETRIC FORMS 97 STUDY 117 REVIEW 127
 56 56 BORROWING FROM A BANK 65 HOW TO COLLECT MONEY 72 HOW THE NATIONAL GOVERN 78 WHAT OUR NATIONAL GOV 79 85 85 THE ALGEBRAIC EQUATION 128 CIVIC AND INDUSTRIAL STUDIES 157

 THE SALESMANS CHECK 7 BILLS AND INVOICES 12 RECEIPTS 22 SAVING AND INVESTING MONEY 34 REAL ESTATE 41
 PROFITABLE FARMING 163 PROFITABLE FARMING 177 THE MANUFACTURE OF RAIL 183 THE FOUNDRY 188 Copyright

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