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A Course of Elementary Mathematics

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A Course of Elementary Mathematics
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Publisher: Wm. H. Allen
ISBN/ASIN: B0064GY7YO
Number of pages: 658

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The preparation necessary for the profitable study of the following course of Mathematics is a knowledge of common Arithmetic, and some acquaintance with the principles of Geometry, as taught in Euclid's Elements. A student ignorant of these initiatory, but most important departments of elementary science, would scarcely seek his first lessons therein from a book such as this. We shall commence the volume now in the hands of the reader, with a treatise on Algebra.

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