The teacher's assistant or, a system of practical arithmetic: wherein the several rules of that useful science are illustrated by a variety of examples, a large proportion of which are in federal money. The whole designed to abridge the labour of teachers, and to facilitate the instruction of youth. By Stephen Pike.
|Main Author:||Pike, Stephen,|
Philadelphia, M. Polock, 1852.
A new ed., with corrections and additions by the author. Revised.
> Early works to 1900.
iv, -192 p.
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