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What is one half of the

gallons of milk at 6 cents a quart ? 6. What is the cost of half 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

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What is one half of the

**difference**between 8 and 14 ? 5. What is the cost of 3gallons of milk at 6 cents a quart ? 6. What is the cost of half 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

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22. If the interest of one dollar for one year is 6 cents , what is the interest of $ 5 ?

Of $ 10 ? 23. There are 120 trees in my orchard , and 10 trees in each row . How

many rows are there ? 24. What is half the

22. If the interest of one dollar for one year is 6 cents , what is the interest of $ 5 ?

Of $ 10 ? 23. There are 120 trees in my orchard , and 10 trees in each row . How

many rows are there ? 24. What is half the

**difference**between 15 and 25 ? 25. Page 26

3. What part of the whole line is the heavy part of the line ? Two parts of this line

is what part of the whole line ? Three parts ? What is the

fourths and one half of this line ? 4. Into what parts is the line at the right divided ?

3. What part of the whole line is the heavy part of the line ? Two parts of this line

is what part of the whole line ? Three parts ? What is the

**difference**between twofourths and one half of this line ? 4. Into what parts is the line at the right divided ?

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From the sum of 38 and 7 , take the

bought apples at $ 1 a bushel and sold them at 35 cents a peck . What was his

profit on a peck of apples ? 17. If a man earns $ 3 a day , how many days must he

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From the sum of 38 and 7 , take the

**difference**between 62 and 54 . 16. A grocerbought apples at $ 1 a bushel and sold them at 35 cents a peck . What was his

profit on a peck of apples ? 17. If a man earns $ 3 a day , how many days must he

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13. Charles had $ 0.80 and Henry had half as many . How many cents had Henry

? How many had both Henry and Charles ? 14. From the sum of $ 0.90 and $

0.60 take the

costs ...

13. Charles had $ 0.80 and Henry had half as many . How many cents had Henry

? How many had both Henry and Charles ? 14. From the sum of $ 0.90 and $

0.60 take the

**difference**between $ 1.40 and $ 2.20 . 15. When a yard of clothcosts ...

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