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From: MickeyZee (
Subject:         FS: Strayer Upton Practical Arithmetics Books 1, 2, 3
Date: May 4, 2013 at 8:04 pm PST

Tight spines, pages are clean and white with no writing. Book 2 has a stain on the bottom edge of the pages.


For those wanting to keep their schooling experience basic, practical, and inexpensive, yet challenging. Originally published in 1934 and reprinted. These palm-sized (5"¯x7"x1.5") hardback books demand your respect from the beginning — they’re a glimpse of life in the past lane. First of all, explanations are kept as simple as possible requiring the student to take only one step at a time. Then, mastery is achieved through practice exercises (lots of them). Finally, application problems relate to real life — or at least real life in the 1930s.

Each book includes two years of instruction.

Book 1 covers addition, subtraction multiplication, division, and introduces geometry, fractions, and measurement.

Book 2 reviews basic operations and covers fractions, decimals and basic operations with each; measurement; consumer and personal applications; percentage; and graphs.

Book 3 covers banking interest, geometry, installment buying, stocks, bonds, investments, ratio and proportion, square roots, writing and solving equations.

Price $25, media rate postage is extra. Paypal preferred.

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