SMITH'S INTRODUCTORY ARITHMETIC. THE LITTLE FEDERAL CALCULATOR: CONSISTING OF QUESTIONS AND TABLES ΤΟ EMPLOY THE MIND AND FINGERS ONLY; DESIGNED PARTICULARLY TO GO BEFORE THE SLATE, AND TO PREPARE FOR IT. BY ROSWELL C. SMITH, AUTHOR OF PRACTICAL AND MENTAL ARITHMETIC, INTELLECTUAL Stereotyped Edition. NEW YORK: PUBLISHED BY CADY & BURGESS 60 JOHN STREET. 1850. Entered according to act of Congress, in the year 1832, In the Clerk's Office of the District Court of Rhode Island. HARVARD SMITH'S PRODUCTIVE GRAMMAR. THIS work, which is in very general use throughout the country published by WILLIAM MARSHALL & Co., Philadelphia; OLIVER L. SANBORN, Concord; ROE LOCKWOOD, New York; T. & M. BUTLER, Buffalo, N. Y.; DANIEL BURGESS & Co., Hartford; RUSSELL, SHATTUCK & Co., Boston; and is for sale by all the principle Booksellers in the United States. MENTAL ARITHMETIC. ADDITION. Q. 1. How many little fingers have you on your right hand? How many on your left? How many on both? Q. 2. How many eyes have you? Q. 3. If you have two apples in one hand, and one in the other, how many have you in both? How many are two and one, then, put together? Q. 4. How many do your ears and eyes make, counted together? Q. 5. If you have two nuts in one hand, and two in the other, how many have you in both? How many do two and two make, put together? Q. 6. If you have three pins in one hand, and James puts another in, how many will you have in your hand? How many are three and one then? Q. 7. If you have three pins in one hand, and James puts two more in, how many will you have in your hand? How many are three and two then? Q. 8. If you have four apples in one pocket, and two in the other, how many will you have in both? How many are four and two then? Q. 9. Thomas has four cents, and William has three; how many have they both together? How many are four and three then? Q. 10. You have five pins in one hand, and three in the other; how many have you in both? How many are five and three then? Q. 11. You have four nuts in one hand, and four in the other; how many have you in both? How many are four and four then? Q. 12. If you count the fingers and thumb on one hand, and only the fingers on the other, how many will they make? How many are five and four then? Q. 13. How many fingers and thumbs have you on both hands? Q. 14. James has five marbles, and Thomas five; how many have they both? How many are five and five then? |