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#21033 05/04/01 03:52 PM
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does any1 has a good site where u can find classics books in e format?
im looking 4 the original trachtenberg's system of speed mathematics and its out of print anywhere u try 2 get it.
any comments will b appreciated.






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Goto Barnes and Noble, www.bn.com, click on out of print. I have the Tracktenberg book
by Ann Cutler and I like it a lot. I am
still confused on how to do the division,
but I'm cool with add, sub, and multiplying. The Trachtenberg Speed System of Basic Mathematics. I think they are used, but
what the heck. Good Luck.

mikej518@juno.com







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thx 4 ur help.






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You can try http://promo.net/pg/
for thousands of classic e-books for free!






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wow thanks alot






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I second that!






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Try http://www.promo.net/pg/, Official and Original Project Gutenberg Web Site and HomePage.







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Hey Raanan,

Here is a link that basically teaches the trachtenberg method, it's not the whole book (I think) but has most of the method. Michael Saikali posted it a while back so I can't claim credit for finding it.
http://hucellbiol.mdc-berlin.de/~mp01mg/oldweb/Tracht.htm#CV






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1. http://www.classicbookshelf.com/library/
2. http://www.ipl.org/reading/books/

These two are pretty good... The digital library @ upenn is really worth checking out!







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