## The Youth's Assistant in Theoretic and Practical Arithmetic, : Designed for the Use of Schools in the United States |

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If you buy a slate for twelveer nine , what does ihe other cona cenis and a sponge

for six and

pears cost fourl 11 . Twenty cents are put into cents , how much is that a piece ...

If you buy a slate for twelveer nine , what does ihe other cona cenis and a sponge

for six and

**give**tain ? a lwenty cent piece , or pistareene , DIVISION 10 . 1 . Iftwopears cost fourl 11 . Twenty cents are put into cents , how much is that a piece ...

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If an apple be divideofapples will

are those pple a piece , and that one apple parts called ? A . Halves . vill

them half of an apple a 2 . If an apple be divided into iece , so that three apples

will ...

If an apple be divideofapples will

**give**two boys just one into two equal parts whatare those pple a piece , and that one apple parts called ? A . Halves . vill

**give**them half of an apple a 2 . If an apple be divided into iece , so that three apples

will ...

Page 82

As it will take 10 apples to

many apples as there are 10 ' s in the whole number ; but all the figures of any

number , taken together , may be regarded as tens , excepting that which is in the

...

As it will take 10 apples to

**give**each child 1 , each child will evidently , receive asmany apples as there are 10 ' s in the whole number ; but all the figures of any

number , taken together , may be regarded as tens , excepting that which is in the

...

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6 , which

d . redown , and the work is done . main , which reduced to farthings , and the

2qrs . 2 . ... These divided We first multiply by 6 ,

we ...

6 , which

**gives**6d . for a 3s . reserved are 9s , which we write 18 quotient , and 4d . redown , and the work is done . main , which reduced to farthings , and the

2qrs . 2 . ... These divided We first multiply by 6 ,

**give**3qr . for the quotient . Thuswe ...

Page 174

If I

difference in the prices be 2 cents , how many did I buy ? The difference of the

extremes divided by the number of terms , less 1 .

277 ) ...

If I

**give**3 cents for the first lemon , and 11 cents for the last , and the commondifference in the prices be 2 cents , how many did I buy ? The difference of the

extremes divided by the number of terms , less 1 .

**gives**the common difference (277 ) ...

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