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were left ? 10. A lady paid $ 14 for a bonnet , and $ 2 more for a cloak . How

much did she pay for the cloak ? 11. A room is 16 feet wide , and its width is 2 feet

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**piece**of carpet 18 feet long , 5 feet were cut off . How many feet of carpetwere left ? 10. A lady paid $ 14 for a bonnet , and $ 2 more for a cloak . How

much did she pay for the cloak ? 11. A room is 16 feet wide , and its width is 2 feet

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remained ? 3. Alice saw 19 ducks in one flock , and 4 ducks in another . How

many ducks did she see in both flocks ? 4. From a basket containing 23 peaches

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**piece**of cloth containing 22 yards , 3 yards were cut . How many yardsremained ? 3. Alice saw 19 ducks in one flock , and 4 ducks in another . How

many ducks did she see in both flocks ? 4. From a basket containing 23 peaches

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man's weekly earnings are $ 25 , of which he gives for rent . How much does he

give for rent ? 13. The distance from A to B is 27 miles , and the distance from B ...

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**piece**of lead weighs 24 pounds , how many pounds does į of it weigh ? 12. Aman's weekly earnings are $ 25 , of which he gives for rent . How much does he

give for rent ? 13. The distance from A to B is 27 miles , and the distance from B ...

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A man paid $ 40 for a sofa , and į as much for a dining table . How much did he

pay for the table ? 15. A

of an acre worth ? LESSON XVI . 1. If 2 yards of velvet cost SECOND GRADE .

A man paid $ 40 for a sofa , and į as much for a dining table . How much did he

pay for the table ? 15. A

**piece**of land was sold for $ 60 an acre . How much was įof an acre worth ? LESSON XVI . 1. If 2 yards of velvet cost SECOND GRADE .

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Sarah picked 18 quarts of cherries , and Alice as many . How many quarts did

Alice pick ? 16. Mary shelled 4 quarts of peas , and her sister as many . How

many quarts did the sister pick ? LESSON XXIII . 1. Mr. A. bought a

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Sarah picked 18 quarts of cherries , and Alice as many . How many quarts did

Alice pick ? 16. Mary shelled 4 quarts of peas , and her sister as many . How

many quarts did the sister pick ? LESSON XXIII . 1. Mr. A. bought a

**piece**of 28ORAL ...

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Page 32 - If 5 men can do a piece of work in 12 days, in how many days can 3 men do twice as much work?

Page 51 - If 4 men can do a piece of work in 7 days, how long will it take one man to do it 1 LESSON XIV.

Page 35 - If 8 men can do a piece of work in 5 days, how many men can do it in 1 day ? 34.

Page 116 - A pile of wood 8 feet long, 4 feet wide, and 4 feet high, contains 1 cord; and a cord foot is 1 foot in length of such a pile.

Page 116 - A cord of wood is 8 feet long, 4 feet wide and 4 feet tush. DRY MEASURE 2 pints = 1 quart. 1 bushel* = 1 box. 8 quarts = 1 peck. 3 boxes

Page 116 - ... to the bushel, how many cubic inches in a bin that holds 16 bu. ? 16. Allowing 67£ cu. in. to the dry quart, how many cubic inches in a peck ? How many cubic inches in a pint ? 17. Allowing 2150^ cu. in. to the bushel, how many cubic feet in a bin that holds 3456 bu. ? 19. Allowing 1^ cu. ft. to a bushel, how many bushels of wheat can be put into a bin that will hold 900 cu. ft. ? 20. A dry quart contains 67£ cu. in. How many quarts in a measure containing 336 cu. in. ? 21. A railway train...

Page 110 - FIGURE 1 1. What is a square inch? A square foot? A square yard? A square mile? A square rod? 2. If a rectangle is made up of 5 rows of 10 square units each, what is its area?

Page 31 - If 7 men can do a piece of work in 4 days, in what time can it be done, if 3 of the men leave when the work is half completed?

Page 18 - John is 12 years old and his father is 5 times as old. How old is his father ? 54.

Page 26 - At 20 ct. a dozen, how many dozen eggs can be bought for $1.20? 7. At $5 a barrel, how many barrels of flour can be bought for $625? 8. At $6 a hundred, how many pounds of meat can be bought for $636?