by C.H. Richardson, I.L. Miller
Publisher: D. Van Nostrand Company Inc. 1946
Number of pages: 362
This text is designed for a three-hour, one-year course for students who desire a knowledge of the mathematics of modern business and finance. While the vocational aspects of the subject should be especially attractive to students of commerce and business administration, yet an understanding of the topics that are considered interest, discount, annuities, bond valuation, depreciation, insurance may well be desirable information for the educated layman.
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