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S. W. BAIRD
PRINCIPAL FRANKLIN GRAMMAR SCHOOL, WILKESBARRE, PA.
NEW YORK .:: CINCINNATI.:: CHICAGO
In the “Fourth Year,” designed for intermediate grades, review of the third year's work is followed by exercises in numbers of any magnitude. The fundamental operations are more formally treated, more advanced work is given in fractions, — common and decimal, — and business applications, including bills and accounts, are further extended.
In connection with denominate numbers some simple geometrical conceptions are developed, and the problems bearing thereon explain the applications to such practical measurements as carpet laying, plastering, etc.
The drills, which are continued in this book, are designed to assist the pupil to attain skill in computing, and habits of accuracy; and the problems are presented in a form calculated to develop clear reasoning power.
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II. WRITTEN WORK
Write the following in columns of ten numbers each, and find the sum:
1. Two thousand 3 hundred fifty-nine; three hundred twenty-nine; nine hundred six; seven thousand thirty-six ; eight thousand 7 hundred forty-nine ; 29 thousand 3 hundred; 8 hundred twenty thousand two hundred nine ; seven hundred two; 6 hundred thousand ; seventy-nine.
2. Five thousand fifty; nine hundred thousand sixty; 801 thousand forty-seven ; sixty thousand 3 hundred four; seven hundred thousand; 90 thousand 9 hundred nine; 79 thousand 3 hundred; 8 thousand four hundred ; 999 thousand 9 hundred; one million three hundred thousand thirty-nine.