Arithmetic -- Study and teaching -- England -- London -- Early works to 1800. : The arthimetical and mathematical repository : Being a new improved system of practical arithmetic, in all its branches; designed for the use of schools, academies, counting-houses, and also for the benefit of private persons who have not the assistance of a teacher. In four volumes. By John Eadon, author of the Arithmetician's guide, and teacher of the mathematics in the free writing and grammar schools, Sheffield. Third edition. Volume I. In three books. Book I. Arithmetic of whole numbers, with their various applications to trade and mercantile business. II. Vulgar and decimal fractions, the explanation and use of logarithms, extraction of roots of all powers, applied to a variety of subjects. III. The strength and stress of timber, description and use of the sliding rule; practical geometry; mensuration of superficies and solids, by the pen and sliding rule; of standing timber, and all kinds of artificer's work; absolute, relative and specific weight of bodies, copiously exemplished. Also seventy promiscuous questions upon a variety of subjects, useful, i.
Arithmetic -- Study and teaching -- Scotland -- 18th century. : Ne plus ultra: or, a sure guide to youth in arithmetick : shewing how they may attain to a perfect knowledge of all the common parts of arithmetick, the single and double Rules of Three, direct and inverse, performed by one or two Operations; Fellowship single and double, with the Rule of Practice. Also concise and ready Ways for casting up Bills of Parcels, useful for Merchants in whole-sale Trade, or for Retailers. Together with an easie Rule for casting up Things sold by the Thousand, or bought by the Thousand, and retailed by the Hundred. Likewise simple Interest, so compendiously done, that all Persons in general may reap Benefit thereby, To which is added the method which bankers use for casting up interest by days. By Charles Douglas.
Arithmetic -- Tables -- Early works to 1900. : Riley's arithmetical tables, for multiplying and dividing sums, to the utmost extent of numbers, with mechanical ease, and mathematical certainty: Designed For The Use Of Practical Accomptants, Surveyors, Navigators, Merchants, and Men of Business in General.
Diophantus, : Travelling mathematics-- the fate of Diophantos' arithmetic [electronic resource] / Ad Meskens.
Diophantus, : Books IV to VII of Diophantus' Arithmetica in the Arabic translation attributed to Qusṭā ibn Lūqā / Jacques Sesiano.
Brown, George, 1650-1730. : An attempt to illustrate the usefulness of decimal arithmetic : in the Revd. Mr. Brown's method of working interminate fractions. To which is now added an appendix. By William Rivet, Esq.
Briggs, Henry, 1561-1630. : A nevv booke of gauging : Very usefull and necessary for all vintners, salters, bruers, coopers, and all others that deale in liquid commodities, in all cities, and townes through-out the whole kingdome. Whereby any one that can but adde and subtract may (by a ruler of foure foote long, having one side divided into inches, and each inch divided into ten parts) very easily and exactly gauge any wine, oile, ale or beere vessell, according to that taught by that famous geometrician of worthie memorie, M. Henry Briggs in his treatise of Arithmetica logarithmica. By Henry Bond, practitioner in the mathematicks, and reader of navigation to the mariners of the Kings Maiesties Navy at Chattam.
Nicomachus, : Asclepii in Nicomachi arithmeticen commentarius.