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

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In 31 ounces how many lbs , how many oz . ? three lb. eleven ? 47 oz . 12. In 41b

. 3 oz . avoirdupois , 12. In 67 oz how many lbs , 63 how many oz . ? 3 lb , 15 ?

ounces . 13. Ja two rd.7 ft . how many 13. In 20 feet how many

In 31 ounces how many lbs , how many oz . ? three lb. eleven ? 47 oz . 12. In 41b

. 3 oz . avoirdupois , 12. In 67 oz how many lbs , 63 how many oz . ? 3 lb , 15 ?

ounces . 13. Ja two rd.7 ft . how many 13. In 20 feet how many

**rods**, feet ? 4 rd . Page 45

If a yard of cloth cost $ 4 1 fourth in a week , how many bus . what will fyd cost ?

lyd ? Byd ? " } would he eat in 8 weeks ? 4w ? 3w ? yu ? Syds ? 13yds ? in half a

week ? 14. What is the interest of $ 5 9. If 3 men can build 9

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If a yard of cloth cost $ 4 1 fourth in a week , how many bus . what will fyd cost ?

lyd ? Byd ? " } would he eat in 8 weeks ? 4w ? 3w ? yu ? Syds ? 13yds ? in half a

week ? 14. What is the interest of $ 5 9. If 3 men can build 9

**rods**of for a year at 6...

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... and add up all the columns , writing down and carrying as in Simple Addition .

Place the decimal point directly under those in the numbers added . QUESTIONS

FOR PRACTICE . 2. What is the sum of 25.4 3. What is the amount of

... and add up all the columns , writing down and carrying as in Simple Addition .

Place the decimal point directly under those in the numbers added . QUESTIONS

FOR PRACTICE . 2. What is the sum of 25.4 3. What is the amount of

**rods**, 16 ... Page 188

The three sides of a tri6.25 chains , and its height 5.20 angle are 16 , 11 and 10

Ans . 54.299

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The three sides of a tri6.25 chains , and its height 5.20 angle are 16 , 11 and 10

**rods**; chains ; what is its area ? what is the area ? Ans . 16.25 square chains .Ans . 54.299

**rods**. 307. To find the area of a trapezoid . Rule .-- Multiply half thesum ...

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What is the area of a into two triangles , by a diago . trapezium whose diagonal

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the pendicúlars 564 and 603 opposite aogles of the two trifeet ? Ans . 63471 feet

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What is the area of a into two triangles , by a diago . trapezium whose diagonal

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**rods**long , and the per- is 1081 feet , and the perpendiculars let fall fromthe pendicúlars 564 and 603 opposite aogles of the two trifeet ? Ans . 63471 feet

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