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Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1844

BY AUSTIN BALDWIN, In the Clerk's Office for the Southern District of New York.

ITEREOTYPED BY THOMAS B. SMIT

216 WILLIAM STREET K. ?.

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HAVING for a long time sustained considem

ble inconvenience from the want of a book of Arith Tietical Tables

adapted to the capacities of very young pupils, and arW ranged in such a manner as to answer the purposes of a

large school, I have been induced to compile one, with a special view to the necessities of the system of monitorial instruction.

Believing it important that children should be made to understand the application of what they are required to commit to memory, I have placed a few simple questions at the end of each lesson illustrating its use; and as a knowledge of the rules of Arithmetic can be well understood by children, only by performing the operations, I have endeavored, in the introduction, to make the rules as concise as possible, depending principally on the examples for fixing them in the minds of the pupils. It is confidently hoped that this little work will lighten the labor of the child in committing to memory that ich is so important as a foundation for Arithmetic, and also that, by the division and numbering of the lessons, it may relieve the teacher of much trouble in assigning the proper portions for each scholar or class.

That it may, however small the offering, aid the cause of infant education, is the earnest wish of

THE COMPILEP

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ROMAN AND AILABIC NUMBERS.

ROMAN AND ARABIC NUMBERS.

ROMAN. ARABIC.

ROMAX. ARABIC. I 1 one.

XXIV 24 twenty-four. 1 2 two.

XXV

25 twenty-five. III 3 three.

XXVI 26 twenty-six. IV 4 four.

XXVII 27 twenty-seven. V 5 five.

XXVIII 28 twenty-eight. VI 6 six.

XXIX 29 twenty-nine. VII 7 seven.

XXX

30 thirty VIII 8 eight.

XL

40 forty. IX 9 nine.

L

50 fifty X 10 ten.

LX

60 sixty. XI 11 eleven.

LXX 70 seventy. XII 12 twelve.

LXXX 80 eighty. XIII 13 thirteen. XC

90 ninety. XIV 14 fourteen. С

100 one hundred. XV 15 fifteen.

CC 200 two hundred. XVI 16 sixteen. CCC 300 three hundred. XVII 17 seventeen. CCCC 400 four hundred. XVIII 18 eighteen.

D 500 five hundred. XIX 19 nineteen. DC 600 six hundred. XX 20 twenty.

DCC 700 seven hundred. XXI 21 twenty-one.

DCCC 800 eight hundred. XXII 22 twenty-two.

DCCCC 900 nine hundred. XXIII 23 twenty-three. M 1000 one thousand.

Ques. What does M stand for? Ans. One thousand. Q. What does D stand for? A. Five hundred.

Q. What does MD stand for? A. One thousand five hundred.

Q. What does C stand for? A. One hundred.
Q. What does CC stand for? A. Two hundred.
Q. What does CCC stand for? A. Three hundred.

Q. What does MDCCC stand for? A. One thousand
eight hundred.
Q. What does X stand for? A. Ten.
Q. What does XX stand for? A. Twenty.

Q. What does MDCCCXX stand for? A. One thousand eight hundred and twenty.

Q. What does IX stand for? A. Nine.

Q. What does MDCCCXXIX stand for? A. One thousand eight hundred and twenty-nine.

ADDITION

TABLE.

First Lesson. Ques. What does Addition teach?

A. Addition teaches the method of collecting several numbers into one.

QUESTIONS. 1 and 1 are 2.

How many are 1 and 2? l' and 2 are 3.

How many are 1 and 4? 1 and 3 are 4.

How many are 1 and 6? 1 and 4 are 5.

How many are 1 and 8? 1 and 5 are 6.

How many are 1 and 10? 1 and 6 are 7.

How many are 1 and 1? 1 and 7 are 8.

How many are 1 and 3? 1 and 8 are 9.

How many are 1 and 5? 1 and 9 are 10.

How many are 1 and 7? 1 and 10 are 11.

How many are 1 and 9? If you had 3 pence, and your father were to give you 1 more, how many would you have ?

If you receive 10 tickets for good lessons, and 1 for being monitor, how many will you have ?

Second Lesson.
TABLE.

QUESTIONS. 2 and 2 are 4.

How many are

2 and 2 ? 2 and 3 are 5.

How many are

4 and 2 ? 2 and 4 are 6.

How many are

6 and 2 ? 2 and 5 are 7.

How many are

8 and 2 ? 2 and 6 are 8.

How many are 10 and 2 ? 2 and 7 are 9.

How many are 11 and 2 ? 2 and 8 are 10.

How many are 3 and 2 ? 2 and 9 are 11.

How many are

5 and 2 ? 2 and 10 are 12.

How many are

7 and 2 ? 2 and 11 are 13.

How many are

9 and 2 ? How many are 10 apples and 2 apples ? How many are 5 bushels and 2 bushels ?

If there are 3 boys on one seat and 2 boys on another, how many boys are on both ?

If you put 2 quarts of water with 3 quarts of cider, how many quarts will it make together ?

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