26. 1. Find the sum of 36 gal. 3 qt., 32 gal. 1 qt., 28 gal. 2 qt., 29 gal. 2 qt., 34 gal., and 25 gal. 3 qt. 2. Find the sum of 56 yd. 2 ft., 44 yd. 1 ft., 37 yd., 46 yd. 1 ft., 83 yd. 1 ft., 17 yd. 2 ft., and 30 yd. 3. Find the sum of 11 mi. 38 rd., 15 mi. 220 rd., 13 mi. 125 rd., 18 mi., and 23 mi. 310 rd. 4. Find the sum of 36 A. 84 sq. rd., 24 A. 108 sq. rd., 18 A. 8 sq. rd., 35 A., and 12 A. 90 sq. rd. 5. Find the sum of 6 hr. 30 min., 9 hr. 50 min., 8 hr. 20 min., 7 hr. 45 min., 8 hr. 25 min., and 2 hr. 20 min. 6. Find the sum of 6 ft. 10 in., 8 ft. 9 in., 12 ft. 6 in., 15 ft. 4 in., and 13 ft. 7 in. 7. Find the distance around a field whose sides are 27 rd. 5 ft., 31 rd. 4 ft., 27 rd. 6 ft., and 30 rd. 5 ft. 8. A milk dealer's sales were as follows: Monday, 28 gal. 3 qt.; Tuesday, 24 gal. 2 qt. 1 pt.; Wednesday, 29 gal. 1 qt. ; Thursday, 25 gal. 3 qt.; Friday, 29 gal. 2 qt. 1 pt.; Saturday, 30 gal. 2 qt.; Sunday, 35 gal. 3 qt. Find the amount sold during the week. 9. In my account with the butcher were the following items, each standing for an amount of “round steak." Find the sum of these items: 2 lb. 7 oz., 3 lb. 12 oz., 1 lb. 14 oz., 3 lb. 5 oz., 2 lb. 13 oz., 3 lb. 8 oz., 3 lb. 3 oz., 2 lb. 12 oz., 3 lb. 15 oz., and 1 lb. 6 oz. 10. Find the sum of the following, each item standing for the weight of a load of coal: 2 T. 450 lb., 2 T. 740 lb., 2 T. 630 lb., 2 T. 480 lb., 2 T. 520 lb., 2 T. 780 lb. 11. In one pile of wood there were 5 cd. 80 cu. ft.; in another, 6 cd. 96 cu. ft. ; in the third, 4 cd. 48 cu. ft. Find the amount of wood in the three piles. 34. 1. From five hundredths take twenty-five thousandths. 2. To five thousandths add forty-six ten-thousandths. 3. Four tenths of an acre is how much more than two hundred seventy-five thousandths of an acre? 4. Find the sum of three hundred thirty-five and twentysix thousandths, four hundred seventy-four and seven hundredths, and two thousand three hundred six and forty-six ten-thousandths. 5. Subtract two thousandths from two thousand. 6. The difference is twenty-four and one hundred fortysix thousandths; the subtrahend is eleven and seven hundred thirty-two ten-thousandths. What is the minuend? 7. A man bought what was supposed to be 640 acres of land, which was divided into four fields. On making an accurate survey, these fields were found to contain 159.324 acres, 158.24 acres, 160.5 acres, and 159.125 acres respectively. How much did the land “fall short” of the amount supposed to have been purchased ? 8. A coal dealer bought and put into his shed 450 tons of coal. When he had sold the amounts given below from this lot, there was exactly half a ton remaining. How much coal had he lost by shrinkage, over-weights in selling, wastage, or stealing ? 16.465 tons 12.265 tons 11.342 tons 18.065 tons 8.34 tons 14.325 tons 17. tons 9.48 tons 13.495 tons 3. tons 8.345 tons 14.37 tons 15.785 tons 24.375 tons 6.165 tons 19.725 tons 10.28 tons 5.34 tons 16.985 tons 11.23 tons 23.34 tons 17.485 tons 26.48 tons 6.395 tons 7.865 tons 12.385 tons 4. tons 12.89 tons 17.345 tons 15.565 tons 10.125 tons 27.48 tons 35. The following are one-day accounts of eleven depositors in a Bank. The items marked Bal. show the amount (balance of the preceding day's account) to the credit of each depositor at the beginning of the day's business. The items marked dep. show the amount deposited by each during the day. The items marked chk. (check) show the amounts withdrawn by each. The pupil should find the amount to the credit of each at the close of the day. 1. Smith. Bal., $136.25; dep., $91.21; chk., $11.15; chk., $24.30; chk., $53.25; chk., $15.05. 2. Harvey. Bal., $55.20; dep., $250; chk., $31.65. 3. Johnson. Bal., $347.84; dep., $149.36; chk., $275.25; chk., $6.45; chk., $21.75; chk., $58.45; chk.,. $20. 4. Pugh, J. H. Bal., $324.68; chk., $25.72; chk., $15; chk., $8.56 ; chk., $52.49; chk., $30. 5. Pugh, C. H. Bal., #234.12; dep, $75.32; dep, $75. 6. Libbey. Bal., $1376.23; chk., 8.34; chk., $2.50; chk., $12.35; chk., $25; chk., $34.75; chk., $68.39. 7. Beggs. Bal., $45.50; dep., $ 230.32; chk., $28. 9. Brown. Bal., $853.23; chk., $2.50; chk., $740; chk., $25.50; chk., $24; chk., $36; chk., $18. 10. Adams. Dep., $500; chk., $25; chk., $50; chk., $75; chk., $25; chk., $40; chk., $65; chk., $85. 11. Miller. Bal., $ 324.45; dep., *25.65; dep., $95.50. 12. Find the total amount on deposit to the credit of the eleven depositors at the beginning of the day's business. 13. Find the total amount deposited during the day. 14. Find the total amount withdrawn during the day. 15. Add the answers to Nos. 12 and 13; from this sum subtract the answer to No. 14; compare the remainder with the sum of the answers to the first eleven problems. 36. 1. From 8 mi. 239 rd. subtract 3 mi. 300 rd. 2. From 36 rd. 2 yd. subtract 14 rd. 4 yd. 3. From 7 T. 1140 lb. subtract 3 T. 1620 lb. 4. From 15 lb. 5 oz. subtract 8 lb. 13 oz. 5. From 13 bu. 1 pk. 3 qt. subtract 6 bu. 3 pk. 5 qt. 6. From 27 gal. 1 qt. subtract 18 gal. 3 qt. 7. From 13 hr. 25 min. subtract 11 hr. 45 min. 8. From 15 wk. 3 da. subtract 12 wk. 4 da. 9. From 1 common year subtract 37 wk. 5 da. 10. From 7 sq. ft. 75 sq. in. subtract 4 sq. ft. 95 sq. in. 11. From 9 cu. ft. 92 cu. in. subtract 1324 cu. in. 12. From 5 miles subtract 4 mi. 319 rd. 5 yd. 1 ft. 6 in. 13. How many years from October, 1492, to October, 1905 ? 14. How many years from 753 B.c. to 476 A.D. ? 15. How many months from July 4th, 1776, to July 4th, 1904? 16. How many days from Jan. 1st, 1903, to Jan. 1st, 1904 ? How many weeks? January 1st, 1903, was on Thursday; give the day of the week for January 1st, 1904. 17. January 1st, 1903, was on Thursday; give the day of the week for February 1st of the same year. March 1st. April 1st. May 1st. June 1st. July 1st. August 1st. September 1st. October 1st. November. 1st. December 1st. 18. Remembering that there are 52 weeks and 1 day in common year, and 52 weeks and 2 days in a leap year, tell how many more days than 5 times 52 weeks it is from January 10th, 1902, to January 10th, 1907. Jan. 10th, 1902, was on Friday; give the day of the week for Jan. 10th, 1907. 44. Multiply: 1. 3.246 by 10. 6. 5.213 by 20. 2. 51.24 by 10. 7. 64.16 by 30. 3. .8847 by 10. 8. .0562 by 40. 4. 3.012 by 10. 9. 5.304 by 50. 5. 423.1 by 10. 10. 142.6 by 60. (a) Find the sum of the ten results. Multiply : 11. .5214 by 100. 16. ,4051 by 200. 12. 324.6 by 100. 17. 421.3 by 200. 13. 15.16 by 100. 18. 32.51 by 400. 14. 3.184 by 100. 19. 4.119 by 500. 15. .0037 by 100. 20. .0129 by 600. (b) Find the sum of the ten results. Multiply: 21. 62.45 by 72. 26. .7124 by 6. 22. 3.157 by 7.2. 27. .4715 by .06. 23. 317.6 by .72. 28. .2616 by .006. ľ 24. 824.5 by .072. 29. .2175 by .5. 25. 38.16 by 720. 30. .1426 by .25. (c) Find the sum of the ten results. Multiply : 31. 213.6 by .31. 36. 80 by .75. 32. 38.25 by 4.2. 37. 8 33. 4.192 by 25. 38. .8 .by .75. 34. 3715 by 3.7. 39. .08 by .75. 35. 2116 by .24. 40. .008 by .75. (d) Find the sum of the ten results. 41. Multiply six thousand by six thousandths. 42. Multiply sixty-six thousand by sixty-six thousandths. 43. Multiply the sum of seventy-eight thousandths and forty-five hundredths by their difference. by .75. |