# Intermediate Arithmetic, Parts 2-3

World Book Company, 1914 - Arithmetic

### Contents

 REVIEW OF FUNDAMENTAL PROCESSES 1 FACTORS AND MULTIPLES 13 Reduction of Improper Fractions to Whole or Mixed Numbers 19 Division of Fractions 26 Review of Fractions 32 BILLS AND ACCOUNTS 44 Metric Measures of Surface 51 Metric Measures of Capacity 57
 POWERS AND ROOTS 189 68 195 LINES SURFACES AND VOLUMES 199 78 203 REVIEW 212 91 219 REVIEW OF COMMON FRACTIONS 220 100 226

 MEASURES OF TIME 64 PRACTICAL MEASUREMENTS 75 PERCENTAGE AND ITS APPLICATIONS 91 Duties or Customs 107 POSTAL SAVINGS BANKS 129 EXAMINATION QUESTIONS 148 PARTNERSHIP 174 REVIEW 176
 REVIEW OF RATIO AND PROPORTION 227 EXAMINATION QUESTIONS 242 102 246 REDUCTION 249 SPANISH TABLES OF MEASURE 273 107 274 III 282 Copyright

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