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Hodder"s arithmetick: or, That necessary art made most easie

James Hodder

Hodder"s arithmetick: or, That necessary art made most easie

Being explained in a way familiar to the capacity of any that desire to learn it in a little time. By James Hodder, schoolmaster near the Royal Exchange

by James Hodder

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Published by printed by J. Dover, for Tho. Rooks, at the Lamb and Ink-bottle at the east end of St. Paul"s, near the school: where is sold the best ink for records in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Arithmetic -- Early works to 1800,
  • Mathematics -- Early works to 1800

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesThat necessary art made most easie
    GenreEarly works to 1800
    SeriesEarly English books, 1641-1700 -- 2031:7
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination[10], 216 p
    Number of Pages216
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15421323M

    IN the year of our Lord, , I published Mr. Cocker's Vulgar Arithmetick; and there­in gave an account of the speedy publicati­on of his Decimal, Logarithmical, and Algebrai­cal Arithmetick; but other extraordinary occur­rences intervening, occasioned its not seeing the light before this time: By the Vulgar part, the Ingenious Learner may be qualified with so much of that most necessary. The concept Mathematics represents the subject, aboutness, idea or notion of resources found in Boston University Libraries.

    The English academy, or, A brief introduction to the seven liberal arts grammar, arithmetick, geometrie, musick, astronomie, rhetorick & logic: to which is added the necessary ar. The young man's companion; or, arithmetick made easie Moor's arithmetick: in two books Mathematicks made easie, or, a mathematical dictionary Elements of mathematics. Vols I and II Key to Nesbit's practical mensuration A popular introduction to algebra: designed chiefly for the use of mechanics Elements of trigonometry, plain and spherical.

    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. A light to the art of gunnery wherein is laid down the true weight of powder, both for proof and action, of all sorts of great ordnance: also the true ball and allowance for wind, with the most necessary conclusions for the practice of gunnery, either in sea or land-service: likewise the ingredients and making of most necessary fire-works, as also many compositions for the gunner's practice.


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London, United Kingdom: M. Boddington. or, a plain and easie way of arithmetick. London, United Kingdom: Stephens and Meredith. Google Scholar Writing as if Arithmeticke: George Bickham’s Cyphering Book, Circa In: Abraham Lincoln’s Cyphering Book and Ten.

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/ By James Hodder, professor thereof, as also of the art of fair writing, who finding it helpfull to his own scholars, hath now published it for the general good of the kingdome. paid. Hodder's arithmetick: or, that necessary art made most easie, being explained in a way familiar to the capacity of any that desire to learn it in a little time.

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Bibliography Source: The Little Republic Publisher: Oxford University Press. James Hodder, Hodder's Arithmetick: or, that necessary art made most easie (London, ). Husbandry Moralized; The Universal Family-Book: or, a Necessary and Profitable Companion for All.

Hodder's arithmetick: or, That necessary art made most easie by Hodder, James, fl. London: printed by J. Dover, for Tho. Rooks, at the Lamb and Ink-bottle at the east end of St. Paul's, near the school: where is sold the best ink for records, Bib Name / Number:Wing (2nd ed.) / HB.

Love, J. Geodaesia, or the art of surveying and measuring of land, made easie, showing by plain and practical rules how to survey, protract, cast up, reduce or divide any piece of land whatsoever; With new tables for the ease of the surveyor in reducing the measures of land.

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(und) Wingate, Arithmetique made Easie, The Second Book (2nd edn., ), sig. HOROLOGIOGRAPHIA. The Art of Dialling: teaching an easie and perfect way to make all kinds of Dials vpon any plaine plat howsoeuer placed: VVith the drawing of the twelue Signes, and houres vnequall in them all.

Whereunto is annexed the making and vse of other Dials and Instru­ments, whereby the houre of the day and night is knowne: Of speciall vse and delight not onely for Students of the. A copie of the speache: made by the mathematicall lecturer by Hood, Thomas, fl.

Imprinted at London: By Edward Allde, Bib Name / Number: STC (2nd ed.) /. Chamberlain's Arithmetick being a plain and easie explanation of the most useful and necessary art of arithmetick in whole numbers and fractions, that the meanest capacity may obtain the knowledge thereof in a very short time: whereunto are added many rules and tables of interest, rebate, purchases, gaging of cask, and extraction of the square.

The carpenters rule made easie: or, The art of measuring superficies and solids;: also a second way being the ground-work for measuring timber, stone, boards, glass, &c.: With the table of account, much enlarged, performing multiplications and division, in arithmetick and geometry, by inspection into the golden rule, and rule reverse.

Arguably the most important arithmetic in English in the first half of the seventeenth century was Edmund Wingate's Arithmetique made easie, in tvvo bookes (). 40 The first of these books was sub-titled: of Naturall arithmetique according to the ancient vulgar way, without dependance vpon any other author for the grounds thereof.The carpenters rule made easie, or, The art of measuring superficies and solids, as timber, stone, boards, glass, and the like: also an addition or second way, being the ground-work of measuring timber, stone, boards, and glass: with the table of multiplication or account, much enlarged, performing multiplications and division in arithmetick and geómetry by inspection into the golden rule.