2 edition of Hodder"s decimal arithmetick: or, A plain and more methodical way of teaching the said art found in the catalog.
Hodder"s decimal arithmetick: or, A plain and more methodical way of teaching the said art
by printed by J.C. for Tho: Rooks, in Gresham Colledge, next the stairs entring upon the Exchange, near Bishopsgate street; who makes and sells the best ink for records in London
|Other titles||Plain and more methodical way of teaching the said art|
|Genre||Early works to 1800|
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 1888:5|
|Contributions||Caywood, Richard, fl. 1650-1680, engraver|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 157,  p.|
|Number of Pages||157|
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Hodder's decimal arithmetick: or, A plain and more methodical way of teaching the said art: than hath hitherto been publish'd.
Also, tables of interest upon interest, with the value of all sorts of purchases at any rates, from 5 to 12 per cent. Of rebate, resolving any question by ocular view. Likewise the true use of the said tables. Hodder's third work, ‘Decimal Arithmetick, or a Plain and most Methodical way of Teaching the said Art,’ appeared with Gaywood's portrait inand was dedicated to George Perryer, scrivener, of Lothbury Street.
74 Newton's arithmetic book was republished after his death as The compleat arithmetician: or, The whole art of arithmetick, vulgar and decimal in a plain and easie method, suitable to the meanest capacity, in which the multiplication and division of numbers of several denominations, and the rule of alligation are more fully explained than in Cited by: 3.
Cocker’s Arithmetick: Being a plain and familiar method suitable to the meanest capacity for the full understanding of that incomparable art, as it is now taught by the ablest school-masters in.
DML Digital Mathematics Library Retrodigitized Mathematics Journals and Monographs. Decimal arithmetick wherein the whole art is made easy to any indifferent capacity. By notation, addition, substraction, multiplication, and division.
the rules of practise in decimals and so plain a way of extracting the square root almost as easy division. The London New Method and Art of Teaching Children to Spell and Read; so as they may, without the Help of any other Books, read the Bible in less than twelve Months.
Note, This Way of Teaching is approved by most School Masters as the best. Price bound 6 d. Arithmetick, Vulgar and Decimal with the Applica-a Variety of Cases in Trade and Commerce It was taught from a manuscript from which the tion thereof ().
to teacher dictated to the pupils, in their " sumbooks." The in the 31 who in turn wrote the examples first purely arithmetical work United States was an edition of Hodder's Arithmetic.
Hawney's complete measurer: or The whole art of measuring ; being a plain and comparative treatise on practical geometry and mensuration ; preceded by decimal and duodecimal arithmetic, and the extraction of the square and cube root adapted to the use of schools, and persons concerned in measuring, gauging, surveying, etc.
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II Decimal arithmetick, with the ground and reason thereof, illustrated by divers examples. III Instrumental arithmetick, exactly performing all questions of what nature soever in a decimal way, by scales, with much more ease and facility then can be effected, either by vulgar or decimal arithmetick, the work of reduction being wholly avoided.
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Sir William Petty's retort to this was that ‘if your old defective farthings were cryed down to five a Penny, you might keep all Accompts in a way of Decimal Arithmetick, which hath been long desired’; Quantulumcunque (), in A Select Collection of Scarce and Cited by: The apprentices time-entertainer accomptantly: or, A methodical means to obtain the exquisite art of accomptantship: digested into three parts, as is exemplified upon the next leaf.
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By James Hodder, Writing-master. The Five and twentieth edition, revised, augmented, and above a thousand faults amended, by Henry Mose, late servant and successor to the author.
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Furthermore, it was clearly Jefferson's rôle and duty as a delegate from Virginia to incorporate in the Declaration as much as he could of the.* Hatton's Arithmetick. * Hill's Arithmetick. * Hodgeson's Mathematics, 1st Vol.
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