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FRANK. Now let us feed the horses. There are

eight in the barn.

Kate. Uncle Will said we might give them each one

quart of oats.

Frank. I will fill this peck measure and carry it for

you. You can fill the quart measure from it.

Kate. There will be just enough to feed the eight

horses. In one peck there are —

quarts.

Frank. How hungry the horses are! How glad they are to see us!

NUMBERS THROUGH 40

EIGHTHS

Kate. You have taken half of the oats out of the

peck measure. You have fed horses.

Frank. If the horses eat a peck of oats every day,

in two days they will eat quarts of oats. Kate. In three days they will eat

quarts of

oats.

Frank. In four days they will eat

quarts of

oats.

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10 quarts of oats + 1 peck of oats
4 gallons of milk + 3 pints of milk
12 yards + 4 feet
6 nickels + 9 cents

of 4 weeks
} of 21 days
40 pecks of corn — 2 bushels of corn

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