Business Mathematics: A Textbook
by Edward I. Edgerton, Wallace E. Bartholomew
Publisher: The Ronald Press Co. 1921
Number of pages: 331
The course in applied mathematics outlined in this book is much more advanced and thorough than the usual course in commercial arithmetic. The attempt has been made to construct a practical course which will contain all the essential mathematical knowledge required in a business career, either as employee, manager, or employer.
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