This is III fully enhanced edition
This edition is in free flow language
Must have for all kind of students from elementary to Ph.D
Look differently the arithmetics to understand the logic of it rather than just doing examples . So for professional courses and entrance exams this approach will be definitely very good.
This is easy to read book also unlike normal arithmetic books.
Features of this book:
* Important arithmetic terms and definitions
* Lucid explanation of terminologies
* Glossary of arithmetic numbers
* Comparative study of mathematical properties
* Understanding explanation of basic arithmetic
* A guide for preparing competitive examinations
* Clearly an enchanting arithmetic book for further studies
Mathematics is an important subject without which we cannot imagine the modern world of science and technology. In mathematics, arithmetic is the back bone of mathematical sciences. Here we deal with some basic concepts of arithmetic and their applications which you will also feel enchanting and make more interesting to read a lot.
The approach could be different than normal. This book is written in a simple language with examples, and definitions for easy understanding of the readers from various backgrounds.
We hope this book will provide a better understanding of concepts in arithmetic. 1. Basic arithmetic 2. Addition 3. Subtraction 4. Multiplication 5. Powers 6. Division 7. Palindrome numbers 8. Arithmetic of zero and infinity 9. Sequences and series 10. Polygonal numbers 11. Magic mathematics Annexure 1. Glossary Annexure 2. Comparison of mathematical properties
Subject index: Amicable number Arithmetic operations Arithmetic progression Armstrong number Ascending number see Climbing number Automorphic number B Binary system BODMAS Branches of arithmetic C Captive zero Cardinal number Chenshuwen’s sequence Climbing number Complementary number Composite number Consecutive number Coprime number Cube number Cullen number Cyclic number D Decagonal number Decenary system Demlo number Descending number Digital root (or) Digit sum Divisibility tests Dodecagonal number Dozenal system E Eratosthenes sieve Even number F Face value Fibonacci series Finite imperfect division Following number see Consecutive number Fractions Magic square Magic star Magic triangle Magic square border puzzle Mersenne number Mirror image number see Reflux number Mods N Natural number Negative number Non recurring infinite division Nonadecagonal number Nonagonal heptagon number Nonagonal hexagon number Nonagonal number Nonagonal octagon number Nonagonal pentagon number Nonagonal square number Nonagonal triangular number Number digit see Digital root Numbering system Oblong number see Pronic number Octadecagonal number Octagonal heptagon number Octagonal hexagon number Octagonal number Octagonal pentagon number Octagonal square number Octagonal triangular number Octahedral number Octal number system Odd number Ordinal number P Palindromic prime number Pascal series Pentadecagonal number Pentagonal number Pentagonal number Pentagonal square number Pentagonal triangular number Percentages Perfect division Perfect number Heptagonal pyramidal number Heptagonal square number Heptagonal triangular number Hexadecagonal number Hexadecimal number system Hexagonal number Hexagonal pentagon number Hexagonal pyramidal number Hexagonal square number Hexagonal triangular number Highest common factor I Icosagonal number Icosidigonal number Icosihenagonal number Icosiheptagonal number Icosihexagonal number Icosinonagonal number Icosioctagonal number Icosipentagonal number Icositetragonal number Icositrigonal number Imperfect division Infinite imperfect division Infinity K Kaprekar number L Leading zero Least common multiplier M Place value Prime number Probable number Pronic number Proportionality Pyramidal number Pythagorean triples R Rational number Reflux number Repunit number Ratio Rachnisky sequence Ramanujan number Remainder theorem Rectangular number Radix Real number see Natural number Recurring infinite division and much more
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