Key to Arithmetic for Beginners

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    THIS key will be welcomed by all those who are employing Mr. Brooksmith's excellent arithmetic. It has been prepared especially for the use of teachers, who will find it a valuable aid in their work, but no doubt it will be largely demanded by those who are studying this subject for themselves, for much may be learnt by a judicious use of such a book. The examples, so far as we have been able to see, have been very carefully and concisely worked out, and many difficulties that usually arise have here received careful attention.

    Key to Arithmetic for Beginners.

    By J. E. J. Brooksmith. (London: Macmillan and Co., 1892.)

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    Key to Arithmetic for Beginners. Nature 46, 441 (1892) doi:10.1038/046441b0

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