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There are 4 quarts in 1 gallon . How many quarts are there in 3 gallons ? 2. Frank

sold 3 quarts of berries at 8

berries ? 3. Nora sold 2 dozen eggs at 20 cents a dozen , and a quart of berries

for ...

There are 4 quarts in 1 gallon . How many quarts are there in 3 gallons ? 2. Frank

sold 3 quarts of berries at 8

**cents a quart**. How much did he receive for theberries ? 3. Nora sold 2 dozen eggs at 20 cents a dozen , and a quart of berries

for ...

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What cost 6 pounds of sugar at 5

? 16. Four pecks make a bushel . pecks are there in 10 bushels ? 17. From the ...

What cost 6 pounds of sugar at 5

**cents**a pound ? 14. What cost 6 oranges , at 3**cents**each ? 15. Two pints make a**quart**. How many pints are there in 12**quarts**? 16. Four pecks make a bushel . pecks are there in 10 bushels ? 17. From the ...

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After buying two melons at 25 cents each , how many oranges at 5 cents apiece

will the rest of his money purchase ? ... Henry sold 12 quarts of berries at 8

After buying two melons at 25 cents each , how many oranges at 5 cents apiece

will the rest of his money purchase ? ... Henry sold 12 quarts of berries at 8

**cents****a quart**, and bought 3 dozen oranges at 25 cents a dozen ; he paid 15 cents for ... Page 18

What is the cost of 3 gallons of milk at 6

a bushel of potatoes , at 25 cents a peck ? 7. What is the cost of 5 yards of

moulding at 2 cents a foot ? 8. If apples are worth $ 2 a bushel , what must I pay

for half ...

What is the cost of 3 gallons of milk at 6

**cents a quart**? 6. What is the cost of halfa bushel of potatoes , at 25 cents a peck ? 7. What is the cost of 5 yards of

moulding at 2 cents a foot ? 8. If apples are worth $ 2 a bushel , what must I pay

for half ...

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William Frothingham Bradbury. 13. Henry sold a dozen apples at 2 cents apiece ,

and Fred sold 4 quarts of berries at 8

receive ? Which boy received the greater amount of money ? 14. Take 5 , multiply

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William Frothingham Bradbury. 13. Henry sold a dozen apples at 2 cents apiece ,

and Fred sold 4 quarts of berries at 8

**cents a quart**. How many cents did eachreceive ? Which boy received the greater amount of money ? 14. Take 5 , multiply

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