A plain and familiar method for attaining the knowledge and practice of common arithmetic. Containing all the useful rules both in whole numbers, and fractions, vulgar and decimal, extraction of the square and cube-roots, simple and compound interest, annuities, [et]c. delivered in a more practical and correct manner, than in any work hitherto extant. By Edmund Wingate.
|Main Author:||Wingate, Edmund, 1596-1656.|
|Related Names:||Shelley, George 1666?-1736?, Kersey, John 1616-1690?, Dodson, James d. 1757., ed.|
London, Printed for J. and P. Knapton, and J. Hodges, 1751.
The 18th ed.
> Early works to 1900.
x, 401,  p.
front., tables, diagrs.
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