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

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Take two beans from thre - beans , bow many beans

beans

beans , bow many beads

Take two beans from thre - beans , bow many beans

**remain**? beans how mauybeans

**remain**? 20 . Take tbree beans from four 3 . Take three beans from towybeans , bow many beads

**remain**? beans , how many beans**remain**? 1 21 . Page 10

beans , how many

from seven beans , how many

eight beans from ten 37 . Take five beans from eigbi beans , how many

beans , how many

**remain**? 49 . Take eight beans from nine 36 . Take five beansfrom seven beans , how many

**remain**? beans , how many**remain**? 50 . Takeeight beans from ten 37 . Take five beans from eigbi beans , how many

**remain**... Page 14

A person rode twenty miles sisteen , what

be 20 . George has pine inerits , and rode seven miles , the second six , John five

and Charles two ; hou how many miles did be ride the many more bas George ...

A person rode twenty miles sisteen , what

**remains**? n three hours ; the first hourbe 20 . George has pine inerits , and rode seven miles , the second six , John five

and Charles two ; hou how many miles did be ride the many more bas George ...

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The following table must also be put into the interrogative form by the teacher ,

when exercising the learuer ; thus one taken from one , or one from one , what

The following table must also be put into the interrogative form by the teacher ,

when exercising the learuer ; thus one taken from one , or one from one , what

**remains**? A . Nothing . One from two , what**remains**? A . One . Or thus ; one ... Page 27

Take 3 sevenths of an orange which is in the mud , 2 fifths in the from 5 sevenths ,

what

much is there above the water ? . apple , what

a ...

Take 3 sevenths of an orange which is in the mud , 2 fifths in the from 5 sevenths ,

what

**remains**? water , and the rest above ; how 5 . From I apple take is of anmuch is there above the water ? . apple , what

**remains**? 13 . 4owns 4 twelfths ofa ...

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