The Numbers You Need book. Nigel J. Hopkins, John W. Mayne.
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This new, ready-reference is full of equations, formulas, and mathematical charts and graphs that are important to all of us in conducting the business (and the pleasure) of our lives. ISBN13: 9780810383739. More by Nigel J. Go Figure!: The Numbers You Need for Everyday Life.
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