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Mary had a quarter of a dollar , and spent 10 cents for

candy . How much money had she left ? 10. How many are 6 and 9 ? 11. I bought

apples for 8 cents , and pears for 12 cents . What did I pay for all the fruit ? 12.

Mary had a quarter of a dollar , and spent 10 cents for

**oranges**and 6 cents forcandy . How much money had she left ? 10. How many are 6 and 9 ? 11. I bought

apples for 8 cents , and pears for 12 cents . What did I pay for all the fruit ? 12.

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James had 14 marbles , and John 8. How many had both ? How many more had

James than John ? How many will each have if James gives John 7 ? 29. Mary

had 25 cents , and spent 10 cents for

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James had 14 marbles , and John 8. How many had both ? How many more had

James than John ? How many will each have if James gives John 7 ? 29. Mary

had 25 cents , and spent 10 cents for

**oranges**, and 5 cents for candy . How many...

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

half a dollar in payment for a dozen lemons at 25 cents a dozen and 10 cents

worth of

and ...

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

half a dollar in payment for a dozen lemons at 25 cents a dozen and 10 cents

worth of

**oranges**, how much change should be returned ? 5. How many are 19and ...

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What cost 6

pints are there in 12 quarts ? 16. Four pecks make a bushel . pecks are there in

10 bushels ? 17. From the sum of 33 and 7 take 9 . 18. Ten cents make a dime .

What cost 6

**oranges**, at 3 cents each ? 15. Two pints make a quart . How manypints are there in 12 quarts ? 16. Four pecks make a bushel . pecks are there in

10 bushels ? 17. From the sum of 33 and 7 take 9 . 18. Ten cents make a dime .

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How many pecks are there in one bushel ? 2. When 5

what is the price of one

yard ? 5.

How many pecks are there in one bushel ? 2. When 5

**oranges**cost 15 cents ,what is the price of one

**orange**? 3. If one**orange**cost 2 cents , what will 12**oranges**cost ? 4. In 12 feet there are 4 yards . How many feet are there in oneyard ? 5.

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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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