**Mathematical Exercises for Home Work**

by A.T. Richardson

**Publisher**: Macmillan and co. 1892**Number of pages**: 364

**Description**:

The present collection of Exercises, gathered from many sources, is one which has accumulated through several years, and consists of papers set weekly or bi-weekly to boys of all ages during that time. It contains 261 papers and commences with exercises in Arithmetic suitable to boys who have gone through the First Four Rules, Simple and Compound, and are beginning Fractions; and Algebraical Exercises consisting chiefly of Numerical Values, Addition, and Subtraction. From these onward, the exercises rise in difficulty by careful gradations, reaching Cube Root and Compound Interest in Arith metic, and Quadratic Equations in Algebra, at the end of the First Series.

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