The Resource The American accountant; or, Schoolmasters' new assistant. : Comprised in four books. Book I. Containing arithmetic of whole numbers,divers denominations, and the common rules, to the end of the double rule of three. Book II. Fractions, vulgar and decimal. Book III. Mercantile arithmetic; or all the rules necessary for forming a complete accountant; methodically arranged and largely exemplified. Book IV. Extractions, progressions, &c. being the higher rules of arithmetic. And including all the questions in the Philadelphian edition of Gough, with many others. The rules are either new, or those of that treatise so far compendized as to be both brief and perfectly applicable. The whole adapted to the commerce of the United States; and comprehending every thing necessary to a complete practical knowledge of the science of arithmetic. By Benjamin Workman, A.M, (electronic resource)
The American accountant; or, Schoolmasters' new assistant. : Comprised in four books. Book I. Containing arithmetic of whole numbers,divers denominations, and the common rules, to the end of the double rule of three. Book II. Fractions, vulgar and decimal. Book III. Mercantile arithmetic; or all the rules necessary for forming a complete accountant; methodically arranged and largely exemplified. Book IV. Extractions, progressions, &c. being the higher rules of arithmetic. And including all the questions in the Philadelphian edition of Gough, with many others. The rules are either new, or those of that treatise so far compendized as to be both brief and perfectly applicable. The whole adapted to the commerce of the United States; and comprehending every thing necessary to a complete practical knowledge of the science of arithmetic. By Benjamin Workman, A.M, (electronic resource)
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The item The American accountant; or, Schoolmasters' new assistant. : Comprised in four books. Book I. Containing arithmetic of whole numbers,divers denominations, and the common rules, to the end of the double rule of three. Book II. Fractions, vulgar and decimal. Book III. Mercantile arithmetic; or all the rules necessary for forming a complete accountant; methodically arranged and largely exemplified. Book IV. Extractions, progressions, &c. being the higher rules of arithmetic. And including all the questions in the Philadelphian edition of Gough, with many others. The rules are either new, or those of that treatise so far compendized as to be both brief and perfectly applicable. The whole adapted to the commerce of the United States; and comprehending every thing necessary to a complete practical knowledge of the science of arithmetic. By Benjamin Workman, A.M, (electronic resource) represents a specific, individual, material embodiment of a distinct intellectual or artistic creation found in University of MissouriKansas City Libraries.This item is available to borrow from 3 library branches.
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The item The American accountant; or, Schoolmasters' new assistant. : Comprised in four books. Book I. Containing arithmetic of whole numbers,divers denominations, and the common rules, to the end of the double rule of three. Book II. Fractions, vulgar and decimal. Book III. Mercantile arithmetic; or all the rules necessary for forming a complete accountant; methodically arranged and largely exemplified. Book IV. Extractions, progressions, &c. being the higher rules of arithmetic. And including all the questions in the Philadelphian edition of Gough, with many others. The rules are either new, or those of that treatise so far compendized as to be both brief and perfectly applicable. The whole adapted to the commerce of the United States; and comprehending every thing necessary to a complete practical knowledge of the science of arithmetic. By Benjamin Workman, A.M, (electronic resource) represents a specific, individual, material embodiment of a distinct intellectual or artistic creation found in University of MissouriKansas City Libraries.
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 The American accountant; or, Schoolmasters' new assistant. : Comprised in four books. Book I. Containing arithmetic of whole numbers,divers denominations, and the common rules, to the end of the double rule of three. Book II. Fractions, vulgar and decimal. Book III. Mercantile arithmetic; or all the rules necessary for forming a complete accountant; methodically arranged and largely exemplified. Book IV. Extractions, progressions, &c. being the higher rules of arithmetic. And including all the questions in the Philadelphian edition of Gough, with many others. The rules are either new, or those of that treatise so far compendized as to be both brief and perfectly applicable. The whole adapted to the commerce of the United States; and comprehending every thing necessary to a complete practical knowledge of the science of arithmetic. By Benjamin Workman, A.M
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 Comprised in four books. Book I. Containing arithmetic of whole numbers,divers denominations, and the common rules, to the end of the double rule of three. Book II. Fractions, vulgar and decimal. Book III. Mercantile arithmetic; or all the rules necessary for forming a complete accountant; methodically arranged and largely exemplified. Book IV. Extractions, progressions, &c. being the higher rules of arithmetic. And including all the questions in the Philadelphian edition of Gough, with many others. The rules are either new, or those of that treatise so far compendized as to be both brief and perfectly applicable. The whole adapted to the commerce of the United States; and comprehending every thing necessary to a complete practical knowledge of the science of arithmetic. By Benjamin Workman, A.M
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 The American accountant; or, Schoolmasters' new assistant. : Comprised in four books. Book I. Containing arithmetic of whole numbers,divers denominations, and the common rules, to the end of the double rule of three. Book II. Fractions, vulgar and decimal. Book III. Mercantile arithmetic; or all the rules necessary for forming a complete accountant; methodically arranged and largely exemplified. Book IV. Extractions, progressions, &c. being the higher rules of arithmetic. And including all the questions in the Philadelphian edition of Gough, with many others. The rules are either new, or those of that treatise so far compendized as to be both brief and perfectly applicable. The whole adapted to the commerce of the United States; and comprehending every thing necessary to a complete practical knowledge of the science of arithmetic. By Benjamin Workman, A.M, (electronic resource)
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 Error in paging: p. 9394 misnumbered 9596
 "Errata."p. 224
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 The American accountant; or, Schoolmasters' new assistant. : Comprised in four books. Book I. Containing arithmetic of whole numbers,divers denominations, and the common rules, to the end of the double rule of three. Book II. Fractions, vulgar and decimal. Book III. Mercantile arithmetic; or all the rules necessary for forming a complete accountant; methodically arranged and largely exemplified. Book IV. Extractions, progressions, &c. being the higher rules of arithmetic. And including all the questions in the Philadelphian edition of Gough, with many others. The rules are either new, or those of that treatise so far compendized as to be both brief and perfectly applicable. The whole adapted to the commerce of the United States; and comprehending every thing necessary to a complete practical knowledge of the science of arithmetic. By Benjamin Workman, A.M, (electronic resource)
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 Error in paging: p. 9394 misnumbered 9596
 "Errata."p. 224
 Reproduction of original from Library of Congress
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 ESTCW11544
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 120.
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 [5],14224pages
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