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This manual summarizes the basic arithmetic skills and mathematical knowledge required to be a successful beginning college student and a citizen. It is meant for parents, teachers, and students.
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Edgar Bennett Bloom of Nelson, Ohio, was educated at Hiram College, Kent State University, and Ohio State University, where he received a Ph.D. in Chemistry in 1928, just a few days before his marriage to C. Vivian Lepard of Attica, Ohio.
They spent their married years in teaching and other service to communities from Burlington, Vermont, to Wichita Falls, Texas, with many stops in between -- particularly in Youngstown and Ada, Ohio; Birmingham, Alabama; Clifton Forge, Virginia; and Cocoa Beach, Florida. They now make their home in Blacksburg, Virginia.
Dr. Bloom taught chemistry or math, and sometimes other subjects, at universities and public schools in these and other communities, and at age 93 still hears from a number of his former students, one of whom wrote at Christmas 1992: 'If I hadn't been so far along in my major, Physics, I would have switched to Chemistry after taking your course in the summer of 1964.'
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Book Description Pocahontas Press, 1993. Spiral-bound. Condition: New. 2nd. Seller Inventory # DADAX0936015268
Book Description Pocahontas Press, 1993. Spiral-bound. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P110936015268