Introduction to The national arithmetic : on the inductive system combining the analytic and synthetic methods in which the principles of the science are fully explained and illustrated : designed for common schools and academies (Book, 1849) [WorldCat.org]
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Introduction to The national arithmetic : on the inductive system combining the analytic and synthetic methods in which the principles of the science are fully explained and illustrated : designed for common schools and academies

Author: Benjamin Greenleaf
Publisher: Boston : Robert S. Davis, 1849, ©1848.
Series: Greenleaf's series of arithmetics.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : New stereotype ed., with additions and improvementsView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Early works
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Greenleaf, Benjamin, 1786-1864.
Introduction to The national arithmetic.
Boston : Robert S. Davis, 1849, ©1848
(OCoLC)794356627
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Benjamin Greenleaf
OCLC Number: 12189657
Notes: On spine: Greenleaf's Common school arithmetic.
Description: 324 pages ; 19 cm
Series Title: Greenleaf's series of arithmetics.
Other Titles: Greenleaf's Common school arithmetic
Responsibility: by Benjamin Greenleaf.

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