by A.H. Bell
Publisher: Blackie And Son Limited 1919
Number of pages: 356
Practical mathematics including trigonometry and an introduction to the calculus - a textbook for higher elementary secondary and technical schools. The processes of Algebra are established in a practical way. Academic treatment has been avoided as far as possible.
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