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FOR GRAMMAR GRADES
SAMUEL HAMILTON, Ph.D.
SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS, ALLEGHENY COUNTY, PA.
AND AUTHOR OF "THE RECITATION"
NEW YORK - CINCINNATI :: CHICAGO
HARVARD COLLEGE LISARY
JANUARY 25, 1924
COPYRIGHT, 1907, 1909, BY
ENTERED AT STATIONERS' Hall, LONDON.
HAM. SCH, ARITH,
W. P. 17
This book is intended for use in the grammar grades of the elementary school. For purposes of systematic review, it seems desirable that a book so designed should contain also a complete review of work for the fifth and sixth years. This book, therefore, after a brief review of the fundamental operations, gives a full discussion of all topics ordinarily found in a complete arithmetic.
This work is not an exhaustive treatise on arithmetic. It presents only that which the needs of the pupil demand. The aim of this book is threefold:
1. To give the pupil skill in the art of computation.
3. To give him a working knowledge of modern business methods.
The first necessarily suggests an abundance of graded work.
The second requires both inductive and deductive thought. The method, therefore, is inductive in the development of all mathematical principles, and deductive in their application. It also requires that all solutions shall be clear and concise, and that the statements of all definitions, rules, and principles shall be as brief and comprehensive as possible.
The third aim demands a practical treatment of all subjects from the standpoint of actual business methods.