Mathematics for the Accountant
by Eugene R. Vinal
Publisher: The Biddle business pub 1921
Number of pages: 230
It is obvious that the accountant has no time for algebraic studies, unless he has attended a good high school or college. To prepare a book for those who have not had these advantages and who nevertheless are promising students of accountancy, all the work must be reduced to a basis of arithmetic and common sense.
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