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by Charles Ezra Sprague,Leroy L. Perrine
Author: Charles Ezra Sprague,Leroy L. Perrine
Publisher: Nabu Press (April 13, 2012)
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of Investment; with Which Are Incorporated Logarithms to 12 Places and Their Use in Interest Calculations and Amortization.
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