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2. 29 3-4? 69-3-4? 89 -34?
3. 99 3 -4? 79 -3 4? 39 3 .4?
4. 8 3 2 ? 80 – 30 - 20 ? 18 3 2 ?
5. 38 3 - 2 ? 98 - 3 2 ? 58 3 2.?
6. 10 2-5-3? 100 20 · 50 - 30 ?
7. 20 2 .5-3? 40 2-5-

- 3 ? 8. 100 2 5-3 2 5 3-2-5 3.? 9. 10 3 .4-3? 100 - 30 40-30? 10. 60-3-4-3-3-4-3-2-5-3-34 3 2 ?

11. 10 2 6 - 2 ?

12. 100 2 6 2-2-6-2 -3-4-3-25-3 2 6 2 3 4 3 2 6 ?

13. 8 5 3?

14. 98-5-3-2-5-3-2-6-2-3-43. 2 5 3 3 ?

15. 10 7 1 2 ?

16. 50-7-1--2-7-1-2-7-3-5-54 2 4?

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F. 1. 5+4+8+3 +6+4+ 40 + 3 +5-83-2-5-7+4+3+8 - 2?

2. 24 +6 +8–375–7–3+20 – 6–2+8+ 7+3 - 2-5 3 + 20 ?

3. 19+1+5+4–8+9+ 20 — 10 +3+7+2 +8 - 30 +7+3+.50 - 20 ?

4. 87 - 3- 4-6 – 4 – 30 +2 +5–6 + 9 + 10 - 3-5+8+ 20 – 6?

5. 70 +3+7+5+5+9+1-30 - 20 — 6-2 - 2 2 8 -1-3-3-3-3-3-3?

6. 53 +3 +4 + 10 — 3 — 2 — 4+1+8+30 - 5 -5-7-3-2 6 2- 3-7-4? 7. 19 +1 + 50 - 20

20 +6+4+7+3 + 2 +8+.1 6 -4-1 9 3 - 2

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6. 1. In a primary school 30 pupils occupied the first row of chairs, 20 the second row, and 9 the third. How many

were there in all ? How many more were there in the first row than in the second ? than in the third ? How many more in the first and second than in the third ?

2. In a certain school, 12 pupils were in the first class, 8 in the second, 20 in the third, and 9 in the fourth. How many belonged to the school? How many more were in the third class than in each of the others ?

3. The pupils of a certain school, having contributed the sum of 20 dollars towards improving their school library, received 3 dollars from Mr. Jenks, 7 dollars from Mr. Jones, and 20 dollars from a wealthy gentleman of Boston. Mr. Cross gave 3 dollars' worth of books, Mr. Thompson 7 dollars' worth, Mr. Jenkins 2 dollars' worth, Mr. Fletcher 4 dollars' worth, Mrs. Brown 3 dollars' worth, and Mr. Williams 1 dollar's worth, after which Mrs. Hale gave 6 dollars in cash, and Mr. Stearns 4 dollars. What was the value of the books and money? What was the value of the books alone? How much money had they to expend for books after reserving 9 dollars for a book-case ?

4. James Homer, Samuel Capen, and Robert Greene, for disturbing the good order of a school, were fined as follows: Homer 30 dollars, Capen 30 dollars, Greene 20 dollars. What was the amount of their fines ? James Homer's father wished to pay his son's fine, but as he had but 10 dollars in ready money, he sold his great coat for 8 dollars, his best hat for 2 dollars, and borrowed the rest from his employer. . How many dollars did he borrow ?. Capen and Greene, from inability to pay, would have been sent to the county jail, Capen for 40 days and Greene for 30, had not their teacher paid their fines. How many days would have been lost by both had they been imprisoned ? In order to obtain inoney to repay the teacher, Samuel worked 30 days for 14 dollars, 10 days for 4 dollars, 6 days for 2 dollars, 4 days for 3 dollars, 7 days for 4 dollars, 3 days for 1 dollar, and 7 days for the remainder. How many days did he have to labor? How many dollars did he receive for the last 7 days' labor? For the same purpose Robert worked 15 days for 5 dollars, 5 days for 2 dollars, 7 days for 3 dollars, 3 days for 1 dollar, 8 days for 3 dollars, 2 days for 1 dollar, and 10 days for the remainder of the debt. How many days did he have to labor? How many dollars did he receive for the last 10 days' labor ?

5. In a high school there were 11 errors in spelling sacrifice, 9 in privilege, 5 in chimneys, 4 in inflammatory, 1 in amphitheatre, 3 in wholly, 7 in fiery, 6 in coercion, 4 in believe, 2 in divide, 1 in benefit, 7 in sacrilegious, 4 in preferred, 3 in disciple. How many errors were committed ?

6. The following numbers were given in school to be added : 2, 3, 5, 7, 3, 1, 8, 1, 1, 4, 5, 3, 3, 4, 8, 2, 6, 3, 1, 7, 3, 1, 8, 1, 3, 2, 1. 20 pupils gave 95 for the sum, 30 gave 96, 3 gave 98, 4 gave €6, 3 gave 92, and the rest of the scholars, 20 in number, gave no answer. How many were wrong, reckoning as wrong those who gave no answer? How many scholars were there in the school?

7. A trader bought some molasses for 20 dollars, some sugar for 10 dollars, some butter for 6 dollars, some cheese for 4 dollars, some flour for 30 dollars, and then had 5 dollars left. How many dollars did he have at first? He sold 7 gallons of molasses to one man, 3 to another, 5 to another, 5 to another, 10 to another, 2 to another, 7 to another, 1 to another, 3 to another, 7 to another, 1 to another, 9 to another, 20 to another, and 4 to another. How many gallons of molasses did he sell ? He sold at one time 17 pounds of sugar, at another 3 pounds, at another 4 pounds, at another 4 pounds, at another 2 pounds, at another 1 pound, at another 9 pounds, at another 20 pounds, at another 2 pounds, at another 3 pounds, at another 3 pounds, at another 2 pounds, and at another 3 pounds, which was all that he had. How many pounds of sugar had he? The butter which he bought weighed just 35 pounds; he gave away 5 pounds of it, sold 20 pounds, and kept the remainder for his own use. How much did he keep for his own use ? He sold 6 pounds of cheese to one man, 7 to another, 7 to another, 1 to another, 3 to another, 4 to another, 2 to another, 6 to another, 4 to another, and had 6 pounds left. How many pounds of cheese did he have at first?

8. Sarah has 4 picture books, Jane has 6, Abby has 8, Susan has 2, and Mary has 5. How many have they all ? In one of Sarah's books there are 10 pictures, in another 5, in another 5, and in another 7. How many are there in all Sarah's books ? In one of Abby's books are 20 pictures, in another 5, in another 2, in another 3, in another 10, in another 7, in another 3, and in another 4. How many in all Abby's books? Susan has 20 pictures in both her books, and Mary 30 pictures in all hers. How many have Susan and Mary together?

9. Daniel Parker bought a large lot of wood at auction, which he chopped himself. The first week he chopped 12 cords, the second 5, the third only 3, the fourth 8, the fifth 2, and the sixth 10. How many cords did he chop in all? The second week he sold 5 cords of wood, the third 19, the fourth 8, the fifth 0, and the sixth 9. How many cords did he sell ? How many cords remained unsold at the close of each week?

10. A party went to a sleigh-ride. First there were 20 per. sons in a large four-horse sleigh, then 2 persons in one single sleigh, 4 in another, 2 in another, 2 in another, and 3 in another, then 7 in a double sleigh, 20 in a four-horse sleigh, and 30 in a six-horse sleigh. How many were there in the party ? On reaching a fork in the road, the six-horse sleigh and the 2 fourhorse sleighs took the right hand road, while the others took the left. How many persons took the right hand road? How many

the left ? 11. Mr. Hubbard went out to pay some debts that he owed, and collect some money that was due to him, taking 30 dollars with him. He paid 7 dollars to a shoemaker, 3 dollars to a laborer, and 5 dollars to a hatter: he then received 5 dollars from Mr. Golding, 30 dollars from Mr. Tubbs, 8 dollars from Mr. Evans, 2 dollars from Mr. Foster, 6 dollars from Mr. Crocker, and 3 dollars from Mr. Stone : after which he paid Mr. Guild 8 dollars for horse-hire, and 1 dollar for omnibus tickets, and Dr. Howe 7 dollars for services as a physician. How much money did he have left?

12. A boy once stood on Charlestown bridge, to see how many persons would ride over in half an hour. 16 persons passed in an omnibus, 4 in a covered wagon, 2 in a chaise, 2 in an open wagon, 2 in a rockaway, 3 on horseback, 1 in a gig, 4 in a cab, 6 in a hack, 9 in an omnibus, 1 on a loaded wagon, 8 in a stage coach, 2 in a chaise, and 7 in an omnibus. How many rode over in all ?

13. Eliphalet and Timothy played "odd or even” together, beginning their games with 20 grains of corn apiece. The first trial Eliphalet won 3 grains from Timothy, the second 4, and the third 3; the fourth Timothy won 8, the fifth 2, and the sixth 3; the seventh Eliphalet won 3, and the eighth 9; the ninth Timothy won 7, the tenth 2, the eleventh 5, and the twelfth 4. How many grains did each boy have after the first trial ? after the second ? third ? fourth ? fifth ? sixth ? seventh ? eighth ? ninth ? tenth ? eleventh ? twelfth ?

14. Waldo was marked for his conduct and recitations in school during 4 weeks as follows, viz.: - On Monday of the first week, he received 6 merit-marks, on Tuesday 8, on Wednesday 6, on Thursday 7, but on Friday he lost 4 by his bad conduct, and school did not keep on Saturday. On Monday, of the second week he received 7, and on Tuesday 8; on Wednesday he lost 4, and on Thursday 3; but on Friday he received 9. On Monday of the third week he lost 6, and on Tuesday 3; on Wednesday he received 4, on Thursday 5, and

on Friday 8. On Monday of the fourth week he lost 3; on Tuesday he received 5, on Wednesday 6, on Thursday 4, and on Friday 9. How many merit-marks did he have at the end of the four weeks? How many had he lost in the time ?

SECTION III.

A. 1. 40+ 10+7? 10 +7+40 ? 17 +40 ? 40 + 17?
2. 80+ 10+7? 10+7+ 80 ? 17+ 80 ? 80 +17?
3. 20+ 10+7? 10+7+ 20 ? 17+ 20 ? 20+ 17 ?
4. 30 +17? 40 + 17 ? 50+ 17 ? 60+ 17? 70+ 17?
5. 20+ 10+-5? 10+5+ 20 ? 15+20 ? 20+15?
6. 30 +10+5? 10+5+30 ? 15 +30 ? 30 + 15?
7. 50+ 15? 80 + 15? 15 + 50? 40 + 15? 70+ 15?
8. 60 + 10 +9? 10+9+ 60 ? 19 + 60 ? 60+ 19?
9. 40 + 10 +9? 9 + 10 + 40 ? 19 + 40 ? 40 + 19 ?
10. 20+ 19? 70+ 19 ? 19 +30 ? 10+ 19 ? 80+ 19?
11. 30+ 14? 60+ 14 ? 50+ 13? 40 +18? 16+ 70 ?
12. 40 + 12? 10 +11? 60+11? 30-+ 11? 10 + 12?
13. 70 +11? 13+ 60 ? 18+ 20 ? 40 + 14? 50+ 14?
14. 20+17+3+17+3+ 17?
15. 40 +19+1+19+1+14+ 6?
16. 60 +11+6+3+ 11 +6+3—30 + 11 + 6?
17. 80 + 16 — 3 — 3 — 50 + 16 + 4+ 16?
18. 10+14+6+ 14–4+14–4+14+2?
19. 20+13+7+13+7+ 13–3+13 — 3+13?
20. 50+ 18-8+ 12+8+16 −3+4-7-20 ?
21. 30 +11+9+11-1+12–2 +17+3+8?

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B. 1. 7 +8+ 20 ? 20+7 +8? 27 +8? 8 + 27?
2. 7+8+40? 40+7+8? 47+ 8? 8+47?
3. 7+8+60 ? 60 +7+8? 67 + 8?
4. 77 +8? 8 + 77? 87+8? 37+8? 57 + 8?
5. 6+6+ 20 ? 20 + 6 + 6 ? 26 +6? 6+26?
6. 6+6+ 80 ? 80 +6+62 86 +6? 6 +86 ?
7. 36 +6? 56 + 6? 46+ 6? 6 + 62? 6+72 ?

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