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had Herbert ? 13. How many must you take from 15 to leave 7 ? 14. Cora bought

7 yards of blue ribbon and 5 yards of red ribbon . How many yards of ribbon did ...

**Henry**had 9 marbles , and Herbert had 5 more than**Henry**. How many marbleshad Herbert ? 13. How many must you take from 15 to leave 7 ? 14. Cora bought

7 yards of blue ribbon and 5 yards of red ribbon . How many yards of ribbon did ...

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24. Edith bought a box of paper for 15 cents , some pens for 3 cents , and a pencil

for 5 cents . How much did she pay for all ? 25. David is 11 years old , and

is 9 . What is the sum of their ages ? How much older than

24. Edith bought a box of paper for 15 cents , some pens for 3 cents , and a pencil

for 5 cents . How much did she pay for all ? 25. David is 11 years old , and

**Henry**is 9 . What is the sum of their ages ? How much older than

**Henry**is David ? 26. Page 6

he receive ? What one coin would pay him ? What two coins ? What five coins ?

What ten coins ? 3. How many more than 18 lemons are 24 lemons ? 4. If I give ...

**Henry**sold apples for 30 cents , and berries for 20 cents . How much money didhe receive ? What one coin would pay him ? What two coins ? What five coins ?

What ten coins ? 3. How many more than 18 lemons are 24 lemons ? 4. If I give ...

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at 25 cents a dozen ; he paid 15 cents for a pound of figs , and gave the rest of

the money he received for the berries to his sister Lucy . How many apples at 2 ...

**Henry**sold 12 quarts of berries at 8 cents a quart , and bought 3 dozen orangesat 25 cents a dozen ; he paid 15 cents for a pound of figs , and gave the rest of

the money he received for the berries to his sister Lucy . How many apples at 2 ...

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11. When a yard of moulding costs 15 cents , what is the price of 12 feet ? 12.

Take 3 , add 2 , multiply by 4 , divide by 5 , take half that number , multiply by 7 ,

subtract 2 , multiply by 6 , divide by 8. What is the result ? 13.

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11. When a yard of moulding costs 15 cents , what is the price of 12 feet ? 12.

Take 3 , add 2 , multiply by 4 , divide by 5 , take half that number , multiply by 7 ,

subtract 2 , multiply by 6 , divide by 8. What is the result ? 13.

**Henry**sold a dozen...

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Page 123 - Square Measure 144 square inches (sq. in.) = 1 square foot (sq. ft.) 9 square feet = 1 square yard (sq. yd.) 30| square yards — 1 square rod (sq. rd.) 160 square rods = 1 acre (A.) 640 acres = 1 square mile (sq.

Page 103 - A circle is a plane figure bounded by a curved line, called the circumference, every point of which is equally distant from a point within called the center.

Page 123 - SQUARE MEASURE 144 square inches (sq. in.) = 1 square foot (sq. ft.) 9 square feet — 1 square yard (sq.

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