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H. 1. In Mr. Chaplin's library there are 80 volumes of History, 70 of Biography, 90 of Poetry, 60 of Essays, 30 of Travels, 80 on Science, 90 on Theology, and 90 on Miscellaneous subjects. How many books are there in his library ?

2. Mr. Jackson had 430 dollars; he paid 100 dollars for a horse, EO for a wagon, and 30 for a harness. How many dollars had he left ?

3. Alfred found 810 nuts; he ate 40 and gave away 30. How many had he left? He afterwards sold 90. How

many did he then have left? The rats carried away 60 of them ? How many had he then? He gave 80 to his little sister Agnes.

had he then ? 4. In a work on Natural Philosophy, 100 pages were devoted to Mechanics, 60 to Hydrostatics, 80 to Pneumatics, 10 to Acoustics, 40 to Optics, 40 to Electricity, 30 to Magnetism, and 10 to preface and title pages. How many pages were there in the work ?

5. In an Arithmetic, 20 pages were devoted to Addition and Subtraction, 20 to Multiplication and Division, 20 to Compound Numbers, 30 to Fractions, 10 to Interest and Discount, 10 to Proportion, 10 to Compound Proportion, 10 to Alligation, 20 to Evolution, 10 to Arithmetical Progression, 10 to Geometrical Progression, and 50 to Miscellaneous Subjects. How many pages did the work contain ?

6. In a certain library there was a book-case containing 4 shelves, on the first of which, there were 30 volumes, on the second 40, on the third 70, and on the fourth 90. How many books were there in the case? How many more on the fourth shelf than on the third ? Than on the second ? Than on the first ? How many more on the third shelf than on the second ? Than on the first? How many more on the second shelf than on the first?

7. A gentleman having 2 lots of land, expended on each lot, labor and money to the amount of $20. On one lot he raised 200 bushels of potatoes which he sold for 100 dollars. On the other he raised 30 bushels of corn which he sold for 1 dollar per bushel, 250 pumpkins which he sold for 10 dollars, 60 bushels of onions which he sold for 1 dollar per bushel, and 60 bushels of beets and carrots which he sold for 20 dollars. How much money did he receive for his produce? What did he gain on the two lots of land ? How much more did he receive for the produce of one lot than for that of the other?

8. Mr. Hovey owned 520 acres of land, but he sold 60 acres, and gave his son 80 acres. How many acres had he left?

Only 90 acres of his remaining land are under cultivation. How many acres are not under cultivation ? 90 acres of his uncultivated land are low and swampy, and the remainder is upland. How many acres of it are upland ?

9. Mr. J. M. Baker contributed 200 dollars towards repairing a church, Mr. Noyes contributed 100, Mr. Thompson 50, Mr. Tubbs 50, Mr. Fisher 60, Mr. Morse 80, Mr. Dra per 70, Mr. T. Baker 50, Mr. Wheelock 40, Mr. Crocker 10, Mr. Boyden 90, Mr. Damrell 80 and Mr. Roberts 20. How much did all con. tribute? How many more dollars did Mr. J. M. Baker contribute than each of the others ?

10. A man went by stage from Boston to Buffalo, a distance of 560 miles. The first day he travelled 60 miles, the second 40, the third 40, the fourth 50, the fifth 30, the sixth 50, the seventh 40, the eighth 70, the ninth 60, the tenth 20, the eleventh 30, the twelfth 20, and the thirteenth the remaining

nce. How far was he from Buffalo at the close of each day's journey? How far did he travel the last day ? How far was he from Boston at the close of each day's journey ?

11. Myra, Hannah, Isabel, and Martha, each bought some ribbon at Mr. Crane's store. Myra bought a piece for 40 cents, Hannah bought a piece for 80 cents, Isabel for 80 cents, and Martha for 90 cents. How

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cents' worth did they all buy? How many more cents' worth did they all buy than Myra ? Than Hannah? Than Isabel ? Than Martha ? If, before buy. ing the ribbon, Myra had 70 cents, Hannah had 120 cents, Isabel had 140 cents, and Martha had 160 cents, how many cents would each have left? How many would all have left ? How many more did each spend than she had left ?

12. Mr. Williams, a wealthy farmer, raised 500 barrels of apples, which he disposed of as follows, viz. : - He sold 40 barrels to one man, 50 to another, 70 to another, 20 to another, 60 to another, 80 to another, 40 to another, 70 to another, 30 to another, and he kept the rest for his own use.

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did he have left after the sale of each lot? How many did he keep for his own use? How many did he sell in all ? He received 60 dollars for the first lot he sold, 80 dollars for the second, 90 dollars for the third, 40 for the fourth, 80 for the fifth, 100 for the sixth, 70 for the seventh, 100 for the eighth, and 60 for the ninth. How many dollars did he receive for all ?

13. A gentleman had 7 rows of rose-bushes. In the first row there were 27, 7 of which died; in the second 20, in the third 9, one of which died; in the fourth 9, 2 of which died; in

the fifth 8, 3 of which died; in the sixth 30, and in the seventh 26, 6 of which died. How

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of the bushes lived ? 14. A gentleman journeying in his private carriage, travelled 35 miles on Monday, 7 miles on Tuesday, 8 on Wednesday, 20 on Thursday, 0 on Friday, and 10 on Saturday; how far did he travel during the week? The next Monday he travelled 17 miles, Tuesday 8, Wednesday 9, Thursday 10, Friday 9, Saturday 7. How far did he travel in the second week? How far in all? How many more miles in the first than in the second week?

15. A clerk in an English goods store sold to a lady a dress for 12 dollars, trimmings for 2 dollars, scarf for 1 dollar, table cover for 5 dollars, a cloak for 10 dollars, and 2 pairs of gloves at 1 dollar per pair. To another lady he sold a set of windowcurtains, for 4 dollars, fixtures for 2 dollars, a piece of unbleached cotton for 5 dollars, some crash for 1 dollar. To a third, he sold i dress-pattern for 6 dollars, silk dress and trimmings for 20 dollars. What was the amount of his sales ? Another clerk in the same store, sold 50 dollars' worth of goods, another 90 dollars' worth, another 80, and another 30. What was the amount sold by all ?

SECTION V.

A. 1. 12 tens + 3 units 120 + 3, called ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTY-THREE, written 123.

2. 11 tens + 7 units = 110 + 7, called ONE HUNDRED AND SEVENTEEN, written 117.

3. 23 tens + 4 units 230 + 4, called TWO HUNDRED AND THIRTY-FOUR, written 234.

4. 50 tens + 9 units = 500 + 9, called FIVE HUNDRED AND NINE, written 509.

5. 96 tens + 1 unit 960 + 1, called NINE HUNDRED AND SIXTY-ONE, written 961.

6. 81 tens + 1 unit 810 + 1, called EIGHT HUNDRED AND ELEVEN, written 811.

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HUNDRED

7. 66 tens + 6 units = 660 + 6, called six HUNDRED AND SIXTY-six, written 666.

8. 30 tens + 9 units = 300 + 9, called AND NINE, written 309.

9. 52 tens + 5 units = 520 + 5, called FIVE HUNDRED AND TWENTY-FIVE, written 525.

10. 99 tens +9 units 990 + 9, called NINE HUNDRED AND NINETY-NINE, written 999.

Read the above numbers giving the value in tens and units separately.

B. 1. What do we call 1 hundred, 2 tens, and 3 units ? 2. 4 hundreds, 7 tens, and 8 units ? 3. 6 hundreds, 2 tens, and 1 unit ? 4. 1 hundred, 1 ten,and 1 unit? 5. 5 hundreds, 1 ten, and 8 units ? 6. 3 hundreds, 3 tens, and 3 units ? 7. 9 hundreds, 0 tens, and 4 units ? 8. 5 hundreds, 1 ten, and 1 unit ? 9. 8 hundreds, 0 tens, and 3 units ? 10. What do we call 16 tens and 4 units ? 11. 24 tens and 3 units? 40 tens and 7 units? 12. 28 tens and 1 unit ? 99 tens and 9 units ? 13. 21 tens and 2 units ? 60 tens and 8 units ? 14. 33 tens and 4 units ? 85 tens and 1 unit? 15. 10 tens and 8 units ? 41 tens and 1 unit ? 16. How many hundreds, tens, and units in 136 ? In 475 ? 17. In 854 ? in 121 ? in 690 ? in 728? in 307? 18. In 256 ? in 547 ? in 918? in 605 ? in 270 ? 19. In 777 ? in 111 ? in 234 ? in 432 ? in 324 ?

C. 1. What number will be represented by the character 2 in the first, 5 in the second, and 8 in the third place to the left from the decimal point ?

2. By 9 in the first, 3 in the second, and 7 in the third place ? 3. By 3 in the first, 0 in the second, and 6 in the third place ?

4. By 7 in the first, 3 in the second, and 5 in the third place ? 5. By 0 in the first, 1 in the second, and 4 in the third place ? 6. By 1 in the first, 2 in the second, and 3 in the third place ? 7. By 1 in the first, 3 in the second, and 2 in the third place ? 8. By 2 in the first, 1 in the second, and 3 in the third place? 9. By 2 in the first, 3 in the second, and 1 in the third place? 10. By 3 in the first, 2 in the second, and 1 in the third place? 11. By 3 in the first, 1 in the second, and 2 in the third place?

D. 1. How is one hundred and forty-nine represented by figures ?

2. Three hundred and eighteen? Nine hundred and seven? 3. Two hundred and fifty-nine ? 4. Nine hundred and ninety-nine ? 5. One hundred and eleven? Seven hundred and three? 6. Five hundred and five ? Six hundred and sixty-one ? 7. Four hundred and twenty-nine ? 8. Six hundred and forty-three? 9. Three hundred and forty-six ? 10. Four hundred and sixty-three?

11. Six hundred and thirty-four ? One hundred and nineteen ?

E. 1. 2+5+ 8? 22 +5+8? 122 +5+ 8?
2. 372 +5+ 8? 912 +5 + 8? 3 + 6 +7?
3. 83 +6+7? 183 +6+7? 903 +6+7?
4. 423 +6+7? 9 + 4 +7? 159 +4+7?
5. 99 +4+7? 189 +4+7? 819+4+7?
6. 8+ 6 + 9 ? 88 + 6 +9? 458 + 6 + 9 ?"
7. 738 + 6 + 9 ? 888 + 6 +9 ? 9+9+9?
8. 99 +9+9? 739 + 9 + 9? 689 + 9 + 9?
9. 879 + 9 + 9? 7+8+4? 967 +8+4?
10. 327 + 8 + 4? 597 +8+4? 807 + 8 + 43
11. 3+5+6? 333 +5 +6 ? 103 +5+6?
12. 203 +5+6? 913+5+6? 9+6+6?
13. 209 +6+6? 199 +-6 +62 879 +6 +6?
14. 669 + 6 + 6?

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