# Buker-Felter Arithmetics, Book 3, Parts 1-2

Silver, Burdett & Company, 1915
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### Contents

 Notation and Numeration 1 Multiplication 8 Fractions 17 Decimal Fractions 26 DUTIES 30 Percentage 32 More than One Discount 47 Different Kinds of Discount 53
 Surfaces of Prisms 196 Trapezoids and Trapeziums 202 GENERAL REVIEW 204 Problems from the Report of the Bureau of Research Board 208 PAGE 217 DENOMINATE NUMBERS 232 ADVANCE WORK 241 PAGE 324

 Indirect Cases in Discount 60 PAGE 66 FOREIGN CURRENCY 81 Bookkeeping 110 Checks 116
 BANK DISCOUNT 343 PARTIAL PAYMENTS 364 43 377 Copyright

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