# The Complete Practical Arithmetician: Containing Several New and Useful Improvements Adapted to the Use of Schools and Private Tuition ...

G.B. Whitaker, 1825 - Arithmetic - 332 pages
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### Contents

 TABLES of English Co�n 18 COMPOUND Addition 25 REDUCTION 42 DIRECT Proportion 56 VULGAR FRACTIONS 64 ADDITION of ditto 72 MULTIPLICATION of ditto 81 138 107
 COMPOUND INTEREST 151 Of the Gain or Loss per Cent 193 BARTER 199 The necessary TABLES of 213 PART II 219 Present WORTH of Annui 233 Variations 239 EQUATION of PAYMENTS 245 E Simple Interest by Decimals 265 On RATIOS 290

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