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Long DescriptionThis special edition contains all the tables and formulae required for the Caribbean Examination Council (CXC) Secondary Education Certificate Examinations. Stephen Quan Soon of the School of Education, University of the West, explains the rules of logarithms in his introduction and illustrates their use by means of worked examples.
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