# National Arithmetic; Oral and Written: For Common and Graded Schools, Academies, Etc

A.S. Barnes & Company, 1881 - Arithmetic - 394 pages
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### Contents

 NOTATION AND NUMERATION 9 ROMAN NOTATION 15 SUBTRACTION 30 MULTIPLICATION 43 DIVISION 59 CANCELLATION 80 PROPERTIES OF NUMBERS 93 FRACTIONS 103
 MULTIPLICATION AND DIVISION 152 TEST EXAMPLES 161 MEASURES OF CAPACITY 169 MISCELLANEOUS MEASURES 175 LONGITUDE AND TIME 193 SQUARE ROOT 317 MEASUREMENTS 324 CAPACITY OF CISTERNS BINS ETC 206 339 APPENDIX 346

 ADDITION AND SUBTRACTION 113 DIVISION 124 RELATION OF NUMBERS 130 DECIMALS 138 REDUCTION OF DECIMALS 145

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