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Ethel bought a comb for 10 cents , and some ribbon for 8 cents . How much did

she pay for both ? 2. How many are 18 and 7 ? 3. Roy had

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 did

she pay for both ? 2. How many are 18 and 7 ? 3. Roy had

**25 cents**, and lost 10cents . How many cents had he then ? 4. There are 10 weeks in the winter term ...

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If you have 21 cents , how many more cents do you need to make a quarter of a

dollar ? 23. Walter had

many cents had he left ? 24. Edith bought a box of paper for 15 cents , some pens

...

If you have 21 cents , how many more cents do you need to make a quarter of a

dollar ? 23. Walter had

**25 cents**, and bought a box of berries for 10 cents . Howmany cents had he left ? 24. Edith bought a box of paper for 15 cents , some pens

...

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If I give half a dollar in payment for a dozen lemons at

cents worth of oranges , how much change should be returned ? 5. How many

are 19 and 7 ? 6. Joseph had a quarter of a dollar , and earned 20 cents .

If I give half a dollar in payment for a dozen lemons at

**25 cents**a dozen and 10cents worth of oranges , how much change should be returned ? 5. How many

are 19 and 7 ? 6. Joseph had a quarter of a dollar , and earned 20 cents .

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After buying two melons at

will the rest of his money purchase ? 22. A man working 6 days in a week earns $

24 in 2 weeks . How much does he earn a week ? How much a day ? 23. To the ...

After buying two melons at

**25 cents**each , how many oranges at 5 cents apiecewill the rest of his money purchase ? 22. A man working 6 days in a week earns $

24 in 2 weeks . How much does he earn a week ? How much a day ? 23. To the ...

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... One half of four is two ; one third of six is two ; one fourth ( or one quarter ) of

eight is two . Read them again , saying four halves are two ; ten halves are five .

CHAPTER X. 1. When a dozen oranges cost 20

... One half of four is two ; one third of six is two ; one fourth ( or one quarter ) of

eight is two . Read them again , saying four halves are two ; ten halves are five .

CHAPTER X. 1. When a dozen oranges cost 20

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