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... EXAMPLES 108-122 TABLES OF WEIGHTS AND MEASURES 123-126 OF

VARIOUS PUBLIC SCHOOL EXAMINATION QUESTIONS CITIES 127-166

SIGHT ARITHMETIC . CHAPTER I. 1. Ethel

... EXAMPLES 108-122 TABLES OF WEIGHTS AND MEASURES 123-126 OF

VARIOUS PUBLIC SCHOOL EXAMINATION QUESTIONS CITIES 127-166

SIGHT ARITHMETIC . CHAPTER I. 1. Ethel

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Ethel

she pay for both ? 2. How many are 18 and 7 ? 3. Roy had 25 cents , and lost 10

cents . How many cents had he then ? 4. There are 10 weeks in the winter term ...

Ethel

**bought**a comb for 10 cents , and some ribbon for 8 cents . How much didshe pay for both ? 2. How many are 18 and 7 ? 3. Roy had 25 cents , and lost 10

cents . How many cents had he then ? 4. There are 10 weeks in the winter term ...

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? 12. Henry had 9 marbles , and Herbert had 5 more than Henry . How many

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

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**bought**apples for 8 cents , and pears for 12 cents . What did I pay for all the fruit? 12. Henry had 9 marbles , and Herbert had 5 more than Henry . How many

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

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Walter had 25 cents , and

had he left ? 24. Edith

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

Walter had 25 cents , and

**bought**a box of berries for 10 cents . How many centshad he left ? 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 ...

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Florence

spool of thread , and her whole bill was half a dollar . What was the price of the

thread ? 12. How many are 12 , 8 , and 7 ? 13. From a barrel containing 32

gallons of ...

Florence

**bought**cloth for 37 cents , and ribbon for 8 cents ; she then**bought**aspool of thread , and her whole bill was half a dollar . What was the price of the

thread ? 12. How many are 12 , 8 , and 7 ? 13. From a barrel containing 32

gallons of ...

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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.

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