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Context of The arithmetician's guide : Being a new, improved, and compendious system of practical arithmetic. Designed either for the use of schools, or the benefit of private persons; and adapted to the capacities of beginners. In three parts. Part I. Containing definitions, axioms, and all the rules in arithmetic of whole numbers. Part II. Containing vulgar and decimal arithmetic, variously applied. Part III. Consists of geometrical definitions and mensuration. By John Eadon, writing master and teacher of the mathematics, in Sheffield
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