A Practical Arithmetic
by Frank Lincoln Stevens
Publisher: C. Scribner's sons 1910
Number of pages: 404
The primary object of arithmetic is to enable the student to acquire skill in computation. In addition to the attainment of this essential end, great benefit is derived from the exercise of the reasoning powers and their consequent development.
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