Graduated Test papers in Elementary Mathematics

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    THERE are forty test-papers in this collection, each containing questions in arithmetic, Euclid, and algebra. At the head of each test are notes stating the parts of the subjects required in order to solve the questions. The papers are primarily intended to test the progress of students preparing themselves for the examination in first stage mathematics of the Department of Science and Art, and Departmental teachers will find them of real value for that purpose. In the lower mathematical forms of secondary schools, also, the papers should be of service, as many of the questions have been selected from the papers of public examining bodies mostly favoured by such schools. Care appears to have been taken in selecting and arranging the questions, and answers are given to all the questions in arithmetic and algebra.

    Graduated Test papers in Elementary Mathematics.

    By Walter J. Wood Pp. 71. (London: Macmillan and Co., Ltd., 1899.)

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    Graduated Test papers in Elementary Mathematics. Nature 60, 52 (1899) doi:10.1038/060052b0

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