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An easy introduction to the mathematics; in which the theory and practice are laid down and familiarly explained ... A complete and easy system of elementary instruction in the leading branches of the mathematics; ... Adapted to the use of schools, junior students at the universities, and private learners, especially those who study without a tutor. In two volumes.

Title:An easy introduction to the mathematics; in which the theory and practice are laid down and familiarly explained ... A complete and easy system of elementary instruction in the leading branches of the mathematics; ... Adapted to the use of schools, junior students at the universities, and private learners, especially those who study without a tutor. In two volumes.
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Note:Oxford, Printed by Bartlett and Newman ; [etc., etc..], 1814
  
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