KEY TO CARD No. 15. Answer in words, Three hundred and twelve pounds, nineteen shillings, eleven pence, and one farthing. LESSON 4. From the sum of £ 1000 0 0 0 Take 145 11 02 The difference is £.854 8 11 2 Farthings. Two from cipher I cannot, but 2 from 4, the number of farthings in a penny, and 2 remain-set down 2 and carry 1, because I borrowed 4 farthings equal to 1 penny. Pence. One I carry to cipher makes one-l from 0, I cannot; borrow 12, the number of pence in a shilling, and say, 1 from 12 and 11 remain--set down 11 and carry 1. Shillings. One I borrowed and 11 makes 12-12 from 0, I cannot ; borrow 20, the number of shillings in a pound, and say, 12 from 20 and 8 remain-set down 8 and carry 1. Pounds. One I borrowed, to 5, is 6–6 from 0, I cannot; borrow 10 and say, 6 from 10 and 4 remain; set down 4 and carry 1. One I carry to 4 is 5—5 from 0, I cannot; borrow 10 and say, 5 from 10 and 5 remain-set down 5 and carry 1. One I carry to 1 is 2–2 from 10, and 8 remain ; set down 8. The difference in words is, Eight hundred and fifty-four pounds, eight shillings, and eleven pence, half-penny. LESSON 5. Dollars. Cents. Seven from 5 I cannot, but 7 from 15 and 84668—25.5 8 remain; set down 8 with a period on the 33768–75.7 left side, and carry 1 to the next. One I carry to 5 is 6–6 from 5 I cannot, 50899_49.8 but 6 from 15 and 9 remain; set down 9 land carry 1. KEY TO CARD No. 15. One to 7 is 8–8 from 2 I cannot, but 8 from 12 and 4 remain; set down 4 and carry 1. One I carry to 8 is 949 from 8 I cannot, but 9 from 18 and 9 remain; set down 9 and carry 1. One I carry to 6 is 7–7 from 6 I cannot, but 7 from 16 and 9 remain ; set down 9 and carry 1. One I carry to 7 is 8–8 from 6 I cannot, but 8 from 16 and 8 remain; set down 8 and carry 1. One I carry to 3 is 4–4 from 4 and O remains-set down 0-3 from 8 and 5 remain ; set down 5. The difference in words is, Fifty thousand eight hundred and ninety-nine dollars, forty-nine cents and eight tenths of a cent. LESSON 6. Dollars. Cents, The difference is 53999-62.5 Nought from 5 and 5 remain; set down 5—5 from 7 and 2 remain; set down 2. Seven from 3 I cannot, but 7 from 13 and 6 remain-set down 6 and carry 1. One I carry to 4 is 5–5 from 4 I cannot, but 5 from 14. and 9 remain-set down 9 and carry 1. One I carry to 5 is 6–6 from 5 I cannot, but 6 from 15 and 9 remain-set down 9 and carry 1. One I carry to 6 is 7–7 from 6 I cannot, but 7 from 16 and 9 remain-set down 9 and carry 1, One I carry to 3 is 4–4 from 7 and 3 remain; set down 3. Three from 8 and 5 remain-set down 5. The difference in words is, Fifty-three thousand, nine hundred and ninety-nine dollars, sixty-two cents, and five tenths of a cent. KEY TO CARD No. 15. LESSON 7. Memorandum. Received 8th May, 1815, the several following sums : Dollars. Cents. From Government, 221855-25. From New-York, 378650–37.5 From Pennsylvania, 183210-50. From Baltimore, 134765–75. 918481-87.5 Amounting to To the Surgeon General, 312750-48.5 156375-24.25 156375-24.25 Paid out in all, $ 625500–97.00 What sum remains on hand? First take the several sums received-add them on your slates—then add the sums paid out. Begin with the sums received-set down .5 tenths; make your period. Now begin with the second column. Five and 7 are 12, and 5 are 17; set down 7 and carry 1. Third column. One I carry to 7 is 8, and 5 are 13, and 3 are 16, and 2 are 18–8 and carry 1. Fourth column. One I carry to 5 makes 6, and 5 are 11-set down 1 and carry 1. Fifth column. One I carry to 6 makes 7, and 1 is 8, and five are 13, and 5 are 18–8 and carry 1. Sixth column. One I carry to 7 is 8, and 2 are 10, and 6 are 16, and & are 24-set down 4 and carry 2. KEY TO CARD No. 15. Seventh column. Two I carry to 4 are 6, and 3 are 9, and eight are 17, and 1 is 18_8 and carry 1. Eighth column. One I carry to 3 is 4, and 8 are 12, and 7 are 19, and 2 are 21-1 and carry 2. Ninth column. Two I carry and 1 is 3, and 1 is 4, and 3 are 7, and 2 are 9-set down 9. Amount of money received, Nine hundred and eighteen thousand, four hundred and eighty-one dollars, eighty-seven cents and five tenths of a cent. Now add the money paid out. First column. Five and 5 are 10-0 and carry 1. Second column. One I carry to 2 is 3, and 2 are 5, and 5 are 10—set down 0 with a period and carry 1. Third column. One I carry to 4 is 5, and 4 are 9, and 8 are 17–7 and carry 1. Fourth column. One I carry to 2 is 3, and 2 are 5, and 4 are 9; set down 9 and carry nothing. Fifth column. Five and 5 are 10-0 and carry 1. Sixth column. One I carry to 7 is 8, and 7 are 15, and 5 are 20-set down 0 and carry 2. Seventh column. Two I carry to 3 are 5, and 3 are & and 7 are 15-set down 5 and carry 1. Eighth column. One I carry to 6 is 7, and 6 are 13, and 2 are 15set down 5 and carry 1. KEY TO CARD No. 15. Ninth column. One I carry and 5 makes 6, and 5 are 11, and 1 is 12set down 2 and carry 1. Tenth column. One I carry to 1 is 2, and 1 is 3, and 3 are 6—set down 6. Amount of money paid out, Six hundred and twenty-five thousand five hundred dollars, ninety-seven cents. Money received, $ 918481-87.5 Remains on hand, $ 292980–90.5 Take the sum paid out from the sum received. Say nothing from 5 and 5 remain-set down five in the tenth's place of cents, with a period. Seven from 7 and O remains. Nine from 8 I cannot; borrow 10, and add to the 8, will make 18; take 9 from 18, and 9 remain-set down 9, and carry 1 for the 10 borrowed. Onel carry to 0 is 1-1 from 1, and 0 remains--set down 0. Nought from 8, and 8 remain-set down 8. Take 5 from 4 I cannot; borrow 10 will makc 't 14, take 5 from 14, and 9 remain; set down 9, and carry 1. One I carry to 5 is 6, take 6 from 8, and 2 remain; set down 2. Take 2 from 1, I cannot; borrow 10 and add to the 1, makes 11 ; take 2 from 11, and 9 remain ; set down 9, and carry 1 for the 10 borrowed. One I carry to 6 is 7; take 7 from 9 and 2 remain ; set down 2. Answer in figures, $ 292980–90.5—In words, Two hundred and ninety-two thousand, nine hundred and eighty dollars, ninety cents, and five tenths of a cent. |