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The world as a whole faces the challenge of sustainability, climate change, increasing population, diseases that spread rapidly, large numbers of hungry people living in poverty, and so on. You can find more about these early non-English math books at my link on Arithmetic The first English Language arithmetic book was probably the 1537 edition of An Introduction for to: Lerne to Reckon with the Pen and with the Counters after the True Cast of Arsmetyke or Awgrym.

Pages: 608

Publisher: Pearson; 8 edition (December 31, 2012)

ISBN: 0321782224

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