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BY THE

Right Rev. J. W. COLENSO, D.D.

LORD BISHOP OF NATAL.

A RITUM E The designed choptethe use of

SCHOOLS: to which is added a Chapter on DECIMAL
Coinage. New Edition (1865], thoroughly revised, with the addition
of Notes and Examination-Papers

12mo. 48.6d.
KEY to COLENSO'S ARITHMETIC for
SCHOOLS, containing full SOLUTIONS of all the EXERCISES. By
the Rev. J. HUNTER, M.A.

....... 12mo. 58.
A SHILLING ARITHMETIC designed for

the use of ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS.
18mo. price 18. cloth, or with ANSWERS, 18, 6d. cloth.
THIS Shilling Arithmetic is a new examples, is still kept on sale. The
edition of Bishop COLEN O's Text- work has been carefully revised
Book of Elementary Arithmetic, in throughout, and in a few instances
which the exercises have been incor- alterations have been made with the
porated with the text; but the ori- view to improve the explanatory
ginal edition, in which the text-book portion of the book.
is published separately from the

COLENSO’S ARITHMETIC for the use of
NATIONAL and COMMERCIAL SCHOOLS, in Five PARTS:-

J. Text-Book, price 6d.
II. Examples, Part I. Simple Arithmetic, price 4d.
III. Examples, Part II. Compound Arithmetic, price 4d.
IV. Examples, Part III. Fractions, Decimals, Duodecimals, &c.

price 4d.
V. ANSWERS to the Examples, with SOLUTIONS of the more

difficult QUESTIONS, price 18.
COLENSO'S ARITHMETICAL TABLES,
on a Card.....

id.
THE ELEMENTS of ALGEBRA designed

the ,
of the Science, suitable for general School purposes, and as required
for the attainment of an ordinary B.A. degree. 12mo. 48.6d. Key, 58.

HUNTER'S EXAMINATION-QUESTIONS
on COLENSO'S ALGEBRA, Part I. with Graduated Exercises,
Problems, &c...

12mo. 28, 6d.

2

Colenso's Elementary Mathematical Works.

COLENSO'S ELEMENTS of ALGEBRA
designed for the use of SCHOOLS, PART II. adapted to suit the
wants of more advanced Students; containing the bigher parts of
the subject, with an APPENDIX of more difficult Miscellaneous
Examples and Equation Papers ..

12100. 68.-KEY, 5s.

COLENSO’S MISCELLANEOUS EXAM-
PLES and EQUATION PAPERS from Parts I. and II. of the
Algebra; with the ANSWERS...

...... 12mo. 28, 6d.

COLENSO'S ELEMENTS of ALGEBRA,
adapted for the use of NATIONAL and ADULT SCHOOLS ; containing
numerous easy Examples and Questions under every Rule, with a
Selection of Miscellaneous Exercises for practice.

18mo. 18. 60.-KEY, 28. 6d.

COLENSO'S ELEMENTS of ALGEBRA,
adapted for the use of TEACHERS and Students in the UNIVER-
SITY

....... 8vo. 12s. 60.-KEY, 12mo. 78. 6d.

coin-
prising the Measurement of Lines and Angles, the Numerical
Values of the Trigonometrical Ratios; with the Use of Logarithms
and the Exponential Theorem............ 12mo. 38.60.-KEY, 38. 6d.

COLENSO'S PLANE TRIGONOMETRY,
Part II. comprising the Summation of Series, the Trigonometrical
Solution of Equations, and Miscellaneous Problems.

12mo. 2s. 60.-KEY, 5s.
The REYS to the Two Parts of the Trigonometry, together, 8s. 6d.

THE

HE ELEMENTS of EUCLID (as studied in

the Universities); with a large Collection of GEOMETRICAL
PROBLEMS

...... 18mo. 48. Od.; or with a KEY, 6s. 6d.

COLENSO'S GEOMETRICAL PROBLEMS

and KEY

..... 18mo. 38. 6d.

COLENSO'S GEOMETRICAL PROBLEMS
separately, for the use of Schools where other Editions of Eucli
may be employed

.. 18mo. ls.

London: LONGMANS, GREEN, and Co. Paternoster Row.

ARITHMETIC

FOR

ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS.

THE LATE MASTER OF TRINITY,

Extract from Dr. WHEWELL'S Work on A LIBERAL

EDUCATION,' pp. 158, 159.

As the basis of all real progress in Mathematics, boys ought to acquire a good knowledge of Arithmetic and a habit of performing the common operations of Arithmetic, and of applying the rules in a correct and intelligent manner. This acquirement appears to be often neglected at our most eminent classical schools. Such a neglect is much to be regretted ; for the want of this acquirement is a great practical misfortune, and is often severely felt in after-life. Many persons who are supposed to have received the best education which the country affords, are, in all matters of numerical calculation, ignorant and helpless, in à manner which places them, in this respect, far below the members of the middle class, educated as they usually are. Arithmetic is a matter of habit, and can be learnt only by longcontinued practice. For some years of boyhood there ought to be a daily appropriation of time to this object.

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LONDON:
LONGMANS, GREEN, AND CO.

1867.

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