Arithmetick Both in the Theory and Practice

Arithmetick Both in the Theory and Practice

Made Plain and Easie in All the Common and Useful Rules, Both in Whole Numbers and Fractions, Vulgar and Decimal. Also Interest Simple and Compound, and Annuities. Likewise Extraction of the Square and Cube Routs. AS Also The Tables and Construction of Logarithms, With Their Use in Arithmetick, and Compound Interest. Together With Arithmetical and Geometrical Progression, and the Combination and Election, Permutation and Composition of Numbers and Quantities. With the Addition of Several Algebraical Questions. The Like Not Extant. By John Hill, Gent. With A Preface by Mr. H. Ditton, Gent

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Publisher: London : printed by T.W. for D. Midwinter, at the Three-Crowns in St. Paul's Churchyard, M.DCC.XXVII. [1727]
Edition: The fourth edition, accurately revised, corrected, and improved by E. Hatton, .
Characteristics: [4],378,[102]p. ; 80

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