# Series: Wentworth-Smith Mathematical

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## Works (15)

 Titles Order Essentials of Arithmetic: Advanced by George Wentworth Essentials of Plane Geometry by David Eugene Smith Essentials of Solid Geometry by David Eugene Smith Modern Primary Arithmetic by David Eugene Smith New York State Arithmetic: Intermediate by David Eugene & Howard Griffith Burdge Smith New York State Arithmetic: Years Five, Six, Seven, and Eight by G. A. Wentworth Plane and Spherical Trigonometry and Tables by Wentworth-Smith Plane Geometry by George Wentworth Plane trigonometry and tables by George Wentworth School Arithmetics by George Wentworth School Arithmetics Book One by George Wentworth School Arithmetics Book Three by George Wentworth School Arithmetics Book Two by George & David Eugene Smith Wentworth School Arithmetics: Advanced by George & Smith Wentworth, David Eugene Solid Geometry by George Wentworth

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