Ray's New Practical Arithmetic is reprinted from the original Arithmetics series by Joseph Ray, initially published in 1877. Principles are presented, and then followed with examples and analysis, and then by graduated exercises. This volume covers division (short and long), compound numbers including measurement and money, factors, decimal fractions, percentages, interest, discounts, exchanges, insurance, taxes, square roots, and more. Original examples and amounts have been kept, providing an interesting look into life during the late 1800s. Students will need to work answers in a separate notebook or separate paper (not included). 336 pages, softcover.
Mott Media has republished the version of Ray's Arithmetics from the late 1870's and early 1880's Reviews basic arithmetic skills and carries them to high levels. Also covers topics of measurement, factoring, decimals, percentage, ratio, proportion, powers, roots and geometry. For grades 5 and 6. Good mastery of this book takes a child higher than a usual grade 6 level.