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RATIO AND PROPORTION.
Review pages 16, 26, 36, 46, 56, 66, 76, 86, and 96.

1. A 1-1't. square equals what part of a 2-ft. square?

2. A 1-ft. cube equals what part of a 2-ft. cube?

, 3. A 2-ft. square equals what part of a 3-ft. square?

4. A 2-ft. cube equals what part of a 3-ft. cube?

5. A 2-yd. square equals how many times a 1-yd. square?

6. A 2-yd. cube equals how many times a 1-yd. cube?

7. A 3-yd. sq're equals what part of a 4-yd. square?

(a) A 10-rod square equals what part of a 12-rd. sq're?

(b) A 12-rd. sq're equals what part of a 16-rd. sq're?

(c) A 12-rd. sq're equals what part of a 24-rd. sq're?

(d) A 12-rd. sq're equals what part of a 36-rd. sq're?

8. A 3-ft. cube equals what part of a 4-ft. cube?

(e) A 3-ft. cube equals what part of a 5-ft. cube?

(f) A 3-ft. cube equals what part of a 6-ft. cube?

(g) A 3-ft. cube equals what part of a 9-ft. cube?

9. A £-ft. square equals what part of a 1-ft. square? (h) A ^-ft. cube equals what part of a 1-ft. cube?

10. A 1-ft. sq're equals how many times a ^-ft. sq're? (i) A 1-ft. cube equals how many times a ^-ft. cube?

11. The surface of a 1-foot cube equals what part of the surface of a 2-foot cube?

(j) The surface of a 2-ft. cube equals what part of the surface of a 3-ft. cube?

(k) The surface of a 1-ft. cube equals what part of the surface of a 1-yd. cube?

(1) If a 1-inch cube of silver is worth $3.60, how much is a 3-inch cube of the same metal worth?

PERCENTAGE.

Review pages 17 and 18. 1. 25% of 24 is — (a) Find 25% of $3479. 2. 24 is 25% of — (b) $3479 is 25% of what? 3. 8 is — % of 24. (c) 75 is what % of 375 ?

Review pages 27 and 28. 4. 124% of 72 is -, (d) Find 124% of $650. 5. 72 is 12% of — (e) $650 is 121% of what ? 6. 12 is — % of 72. (f) 35 is what % of 245 ?

Review pages 37 and 38. 7. 10% of 45 is _. (g) Find 10% of $725. 8. 45 is 10% of — (h) $725 is 10% of what ? 9. 5 is — % of 45. (i) 55 is what % of 440 ?

Review pages 47 and 48. 10. 66% of 48 is — (j) Find 66 of $756. 11. 48 is 66% of — (k) $756 is 66% of what ? 12. 36 is — % of 48. (1) $450 is what % of $600 ?

Review pages 57 and 58. 13. 60% of 75 is - (m) Find 60% of $810. 14. 75 is 60% of — (n) $810 is 60% of what ? 15. 20 is — % of 40. (0) $84 is what % of $210 ?

Review pages 67 and 68. 16. 80% of 60 is — (p) Find 80% of $640. 17. 60 is 80% of — (q) $640 is 80% of what ? 18. 50 is — % of 60. (r) $550 is what % of $660 ?

Review pages 77, 78, 87, and 88. 19. 374% of 24 is - (s) Find 374% of $576. 20. 24 is 371% of — (t) $576 is 371% of what ? 21. 24 is —% of 80. (u) $675 is what % of $750 ?

PERCENTAGE.
Review pages 97 and 98.

1. One % of 357 = (a) Find 13% of 357.

2. 39 is 3% of . (b) 264 is 8% of what?

3. 15 is % of 300.* (c) 60 is what % of 750 ?f

Review pages 107 and 108.

4. One % of 736 = (d) Find 8^% of 736.

5. 108 is 9% of . (e) 375 is 5% of what?

6. 57 is % of 300. (f) 41.5 is what % of 830?

Review pages 117 and 118.

7. 25% more than 80 = 25% less than 80 =

8. 40 is 25 % more than 4 45 is 25% less than .

9. 75 is % more than 60.§ 60 is % less than 75.

10. Alice has $40; Jane has $50; Mary has $60.
(g) Jane has what per cent more than Alice?
(h) Mary has what per cent more than Jane?
(i) Mary has what per cent more than Alice?
(j) Jane has what per cent less than Mary?
(k) Alice has what per cent less than Jane?
(1) Alice has what per cent less than Mary?
(m) Alice's money equals what % of Jane's money?
(n) Alice's money equals what % of Mary's money?
(o) Jane's money equals what % of Alice's money?
(p) Jane's money equals what % of Mary's money?
(q) Mary's money equals what % of Alice's money?
(r) Mary's money equals what % of Jane's money?

* First find Vf, of 300.

t First find 1% of 750.

X Let x = the number sought, the base; then 40 = x and 1 fourth of x, or | of x.

jj 75 is how many more than 60? 15 is what % of 60?

Review pages 113 and 123.
1. =- hundredths. (a) = - thousandths.

(b) Change .275 to a common fraction and reduce it to its lowest terms. (©).375. (d) .425. (e).575. (f).625.

Review pages 133 and 143. (g) Find the cost of 6.28 acres of land at $2.75 an A.* (h) Find the cost of 3.46 tons of coal @ $6.75 a ton.

(i) Divide 6.25. by 5. (6.425 = 5 units.) (j) Divide 6.25 by .5 (6.2'5 5 tenths.) (k) Divide 6.25 by .05. (6.25' = 5 hundredths.) (1) Divide 36 by 5. (36' divided by 5 units.) (m) Divide 36 by .5. (36.0' 5 tenths.) (n) Divide 36 by .05. (36.00" 5 hundredths.) (0) Divide 36 by .005. (36.000' = 5 thousandths.) (p) Divide 57.26 by 7. (57.426 divided by 7 units.) (9) Divide 57.26 by .7. (57.246 7 tenths.) (r) Divide 57.26 by .07. (57.26' ; 7 hundredths.) (s) Divide 57.26 by .007. (57.260o = 7 thousandths.) (t) Divide 67.5 by 25. (67.45 divided by 25 units.) (u) Divide 67.5 by 2.5. (67.5' + 25 tenths.) (v) Divide 67.5 by .25. (67.50o = 25 hundredths.) (w) Divide 67.5 by .025. (67.500" = 25 thousandths.) (x) Divide 6.75 by 25. (25 units in 6 units = 0., etc.) (y) Divide 6.75 by 2.5. (6.745 + 25 tenths.)

* Require the pupil to put the work on the blackboard and to explain by telling (1) the cost of 1 hundredth of an acre; (2) of 8 hundredths; (3) of 1 tenth; (4) of 2 tenths; (5) of 1 acre; (6) of 6 acres; (7) of 6.28 acres. How many decimal places in the product? How many in the multiplicand ? How many in the multiplier ?

CONTENTS—PART II.

Pages

- 151-158

161-168

- 171-178

181-188

- 191-198

201-206

- 211-216

221-228, 231-238, 241-248, 251-256

261-266, 271-276

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- 291-296

301-306

- 311-316

321-328, a31-338

- 341-348,351-358

361-368

157,158; 167,168; 177,178, etc.

159,169,179,189,199, 209, etc.

160, 170,180,190, 200, 210, etc.

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