Johnsons arithmetick in two bookes the first of vulgar arithmetick with easie rules to work all the first four parts of arithmetick, in whole numbers, and fractions. The second of decimall arithmetick, whereby all fractionall operations are wrought in whole number, in merchants accompts, without reduction; with the perfect working of interests and annuities. By John Johnson surveyer, and practicioner in the mathematicks.
printed by R. Cotes for Sam. Enderby, and Joh. Sweeting, at the Star, and Angel in Popes head-Alley,
|Edition:||The fourth edition. Whereunto is added tables of interest exactly calculated at 10, 8, 7, and 6 per cent. With other tables: as, the reduction of weights; the square and cube root; the weight and value of English gold, very delightfull and profitable.|
|Series:||Early English books online.
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