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1. Arithmetic in whole Ņum- and Pensions in Arrears, eibers.
ther by Simple or Compound 1. Vylgar and Decimal Frac-pterest. tions
V. Duodecimals, Cross III. '
Meantile Arithmetic. *Multiplication, and its apIV. Extraction of Roots, Pro- plication in the Mensuragressions, Permutation, and tion of Artificers Work, SuRules for the easy calcula- perfices, Solids, &c. tion of Interest, Annuities 1. A collection of Questions.
By JAMES THOMPSON,
PRINTED AND SOLD BT E. 83. KÖSFORD.
day of September, in the Thirty-third year of the Independence of the United States of America,
JAMES THOMPSON, of the said District, hath deposited in this Office the Title of a Book, the right whereof he claims as Author, in the words and figures following, to wit:*THE AMERICAN TUTOR'S GUIDE ; being a Compendium of Arithmetic. In Six Parts. 'I. Arithmetic in whole Numbers. II: Vulgar and Decimal Fractions. III. Mercantile Arithmetic. IV. Extraction of Roots, Progressions, Permutation, and Rules for the easy Calculation of Interest, Annuities, and Pensions in Afrears, either by
or Compound Interest. - V. Duodecimals, or CrossMultiplication, and its application in the Mensuration of Artificers Work, Superfices, Solids, &c. VI. A* Collection of Questions. By James Trompson, Author of a Complete Treatise on the Mensuration of Timber. First Edition?
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