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William Frothingham Bradbury. CHAPTER IV . Read the exercises below ( the

sign is read

4-3 = ? Four

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William Frothingham Bradbury. CHAPTER IV . Read the exercises below ( the

sign is read

**less**) supplying the figures omitted . Notice the following illustration .4-3 = ? Four

**less**three is one . 4- ? = 1 Four**less**three is one . ? - 3 = 1 Four**less**...

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How many are 14

8 ? 19. How many are 7 and 4 ? 37 and 4 ? 67 and 4 ? 57 and 4 ? 47 and 4 ? 27

and 4 ? 77 and 4 ? 20. Take 7 from 13 . From 43 . From 93 . From 53. From 33.

How many are 14

**less**8 ? 24**less**8 ? 64**less**8 ? 94**less**8 ? 74**less**8 ? 34**less**8 ? 19. How many are 7 and 4 ? 37 and 4 ? 67 and 4 ? 57 and 4 ? 47 and 4 ? 27

and 4 ? 77 and 4 ? 20. Take 7 from 13 . From 43 . From 93 . From 53. From 33.

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56 + 25 = ? 48 + 36 = ? 37 + 25 = ? 85 + 28 = ? 78 + 64 = ? 54 + 27 = ? 75 + 37 =

? 81 + 69 ? 28 + 53 = ? 37 + 38 = ? EXERCISE II . 63

. 63 – 28 = ? 55 - 37 = ? 62 – 45 = ? 41 - 37 = ? 84 – 28 = ? 96 49 = ? 91 47 ?

56 + 25 = ? 48 + 36 = ? 37 + 25 = ? 85 + 28 = ? 78 + 64 = ? 54 + 27 = ? 75 + 37 =

? 81 + 69 ? 28 + 53 = ? 37 + 38 = ? EXERCISE II . 63

**less**28 = 63**less**20 ,**less**8. 63 – 28 = ? 55 - 37 = ? 62 – 45 = ? 41 - 37 = ? 84 – 28 = ? 96 49 = ? 91 47 ?

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Herbert received $ 0.96 for his berries and Frank $ 0.16

quarts did each pick ? 15. Edith bought a doll for $ 0.87 and paid $ 0.75 for

ribbon and silk for its dresses . How much did she pay for the doll and its dresses

? 16.

Herbert received $ 0.96 for his berries and Frank $ 0.16

**less**for his . How manyquarts did each pick ? 15. Edith bought a doll for $ 0.87 and paid $ 0.75 for

ribbon and silk for its dresses . How much did she pay for the doll and its dresses

? 16.

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If I receive no dividends and sell the stock 5 years later , through a broker , at par ,

is my investment more or

If stock bought at par is sold at 5 % below par , how much does a man lose on ...

If I receive no dividends and sell the stock 5 years later , through a broker , at par ,

is my investment more or

**less**profitable than if I had loaned my money at 6 % ? 5.If stock bought at par is sold at 5 % below par , how much does a man lose on ...

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