Socius mercatoris: or The merchant's companion

Publication Date1674
Remainderin three parts. The first, being a plain and easie introduction to arithmetick, vulgur and decimal, the extraction of the square and cube roots, with a table of 200 square roots, and their use in the resolution of square equations. The second, a treatise of simple and compound interest and rebate, with two tables for the calculation of the value of leases or annuities, payable quarterly, the one for simple, the other compound interest, at 6 per cent. per annum, with rules for making the like for any other rate. Th third, a new and exact way of measuring solids in the form of a prismoid and cylindroid, with the frustums of pyramids and of a cone: whereunto is added, some practical rules and examples for cask-gauging. By John Mayne, philo-accomptant
Extent[16], 206, [2] p.
Publisherprinted by W[illiam] G[odbid] for N. Crouch, in Exchange-Alley, over against the Royal-Exchange in Cornhill




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