## The Complete Arithmetic |

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1ST SOLUTION 2D SOLUTION acres amount angle bank barrel base bought bricks bushels ciphers Compound compound interest contained cost cube cube root cubic denominate number diameter discount Divide dividend divisor dollars Dry Measure equal EXAMPLE 2.-What EXPLANATION.-Since EXPLANATION.-We face factors feet figure Find the sum fraction frustum gain gallons greatest common divisor Hence hundred hundredths hypotenuse inches insured integers interest of $1 least common multiple measure miles mills minuend Multiply paid par value payment Percentage Pittsburgh pounds premium Present Worth principal PROBLEMS quires quotient rate per cent ratio Reduce remainder Rule selling slant height sold SOLUTION.-Since square root subtract subtrahend thick thousand thousandths Troy Troy Weight units weight wheat whole number write Written Exercises Written Exercises+ yards

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