# Elements of Arithmetic, Parte2

E.H. Butler & Company, 1855

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### Contenido

 Bertion 11 Section 19 ADDITION 20 Rules 83 REVIEW 94 Duties 100
 Definitions 105 Problems in Interest 113 Properties of Proportions 118 ART XX_MISCELLANEOUS PROBLEMS 185 Inverse Proportion 191 FELLOWSHIP OR PROPOR 226

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