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21. How many are 12 and 9 ?

22. 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. How many cents had he left ?

24. Edith bought a box of paper for 15 cents, some pens for 3 cents, and a pencil for 5 cents. How much did she pay for all ?

25. David is 11 years old, and Henry is 9. What is the sum of their ages ? How much older than Henry is David ?

26. How many must you take from 15 to leave 11 ?

27. Helen has 7 more books than Maud, and Maud has 5 books. How many books has Helen? How many books have both Helen and Maud ?

28. 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 cents did she have left?

30. If the market-man drops a basket containing 18 eggs and thus breaks 10 of them, how many whole eggs does he have left in the basket ?

CHAPTER II.

READ the statements indicated by figures, in this lesson, as shown below. [The sign ti may be read and, the sign = are, or is.] Supply the figures for the ? ?

3+1= ? 3 + ? = 4 ? +1=4

Three and one are four.
Three and one are four.
Three and one are four.

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3 + 4 = ?
5 + ? = 8
? + 2 = 5
? + 6 = 13
3 + ? = 11
? + 3 = 12
7 + ? = 15
? + 3 = 10
5 + ? = 17
? + 7 = 16
5 + ? = 20
? + 5 = 13
8 + 8 = ?
3 + ? = 15
? + 5 = 16

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CHAPTER III.

1. Florence picked 7 roses from one bush and 4 from another. How many roses did she pick?

2. Henry sold apples for 30 cents, and berries for 20 cents. How much money did he receive ? What one coin would pay him? What two coins ? What five coins ? 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 19 and 7?

6. Joseph had a quarter of a dollar, and earned 20 cents. How much more must he earn to have half a dollar?

7. How many more than 17 marbles are 23 marbles ?

8. Ethel was 17 days at Newport, and 9 days at Saratoga ; she spent the rest of her vacation of 30 days in Boston. How many days was she at Boston ?

9. James picked 8 quarts of berries, and Walter picked 11 quarts. How many quarts did both pick? How many more quarts were needed to make 24 quarts ?

10. How many more than 26 quarts are 32 quarts ?

11. Florence bought cloth for 37 cents, and ribbon for 8 cents; she then bought a spool of thread, and her whole bill was half a dollar. What was the price of the thread ?

12. How many are 12, 8, and 7 ?

13. From a barrel containing 32 gallons of vinegar 3 gallons leaked out. How many gallons remained ?

14. From a tub of butter weighing 38 pounds a merchant sold 23 pounds. How many pounds remained unsold ?

15. From 32 take the sum of 9 and 15.

16. The cloth for a coat cost 7 dollars, and the price for making and trimming was 8 dollars. How much does a dealer gain if he sells the coat for 20 dollars ?

17. From 50 take the sum of 34 and 8.

18. A man owed 50 dollars, and paid 45 dollars. How much did he still owe ?

19 How many more than 43 dollars are 50 dollars ?

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