ENGLISH NUMERATION TABLE. Thousands. . Tridecillions. Thousands. Duodecillions. Thousands. Undecillions. Thousands. Decillions. Thousands. Nonillions. Thousands. Octillions. Thousands. To enumerate any number of figures, they must be separated by semicolons into divisions of six figures each, and each division by a comma, as in the annexed table. Each division will be known by a different name. The first three figures in each division will be so many thousands of that name, and the next three will be so many of that name, that is over its unit's place. The value of the numbers in the annexed table is, One hundred twenty-three thousand, four hundred fifty-six tridecillions ; seven hundred eighty-nine thousand, one hundred twenty-three duodecillions ; four hundred fifty-six thousand, one hundred twenty-three undecillions; four hundred fifty-six thousand, one hundred twenty-three decillions ; one hundred twenty-three thousand, four hundred fifty-six nonillions ; hundred eighty-nine thousand, seven hundred eighty-nine octillions ; three hundred twenty-three thousand, four hundred fifty-six septillions; seven hundred eighty-nine thousand, seven hundred twelve sextillions ; three hundred thirty-three thousand, three hundred forty-five quintillions ; hundred eighty-nine thousand, one hundred twenty-three quatrillions ; one hundred thirty-seven thousand, eight hundred ninety trillions; seven hundred eleven thousand, seven hundred sixteen billions ; three hundred seventy-one thousand, seven hundred twelve millions ; four hundred fifty-six thousand, seven hundred eleven. Septillions. 123,456;789,123;456,123;456,123;123,456;789,789;323,456;789,712;333,345;789,123;137,890; 711,716;371,712;456,711. seven Thousands. Sextillions. Thousands. Quintillions. Millions. Thousands. Note. — The student must be familiar with the names from Units to Tridecillions, and from Tridecillions to Units, so that he may repeat them with facility either way. Units. FRENCH NUMERATION TABLE. that every name. 876,789,835, 123,369,873, 777, 127,894, 237,867, 123, 678, 478,638. Tridecillions. It will be seen by the annexed table, three figures have a different Duodecillions. Their value would be thus exUndecillions. pressed, Eight hundred seventy-six tri decillions, seven hundred eighty-nine Decillions. duodecillions, eight hundred thirty-five Nonillions. undecillions, one hundred twenty-three decillions, three hundred sixty-nine noOctillions. nillions, eight hundred seventy-three Septillions. octillions, seven hundred seventy-seven Sextillions. septillions, one hundred twenty-seven sextillions, eight hundred ninety-four Quintillions. quintillions, two hundred thirty-seven Quatrillions. quatrillions, eight hundred sixty-seven trillions, one hundred twenty-three bilTrillions. lions, six hundred seventy-eight mil lions, four hundred seventy-eight thouBillions. sands, six hundred thirty-eight. Millions. Thousands. Units. The pupil should write the following numbers in words. 376 611,711 3,131,671 637,313,789 63,113,716,716 143,776,711,333 44,771,631,147,671 3,761,716,137,716,716 871,137,637,471,378,637 3,761,716,137,716, 167,138 611,167,637,896,431,617,761,617 671,386,131,176,378,171,714,563,813 137,471,716,756,378,817,371,767,386,389,716,473 Note. - Although the French method of enumeration is generally used, yet it may be well for the pupil to understand both the English and the French. Section 2. ADDITION. MENTAL EXERCISES. 1. John had two cents and Samuel gave him two more, how many has he ? 2. Thomas had three nuts and James gave him three more, how many has he ? 3. A boy had four apples, and he found two more, how many in all ? 4. I have six dollars, and a man has paid me three more, how many have I ? 5. Enoch had seven marbles, and John gave him two more ; how many has he ? 6. Benjamin has four dollars, and his sister has three ; how many have both ? 7. Paid five dollars for a barrel of flour, and seven dollars for sugar ; how much for both ? 8. James had two cents and Samuel gave him six more ; how many has he ? 9. How many are five apples and six apples? 10. How many are four dollars and eight dollars ? 11. How many are 2 and 3 ? 2 and 5 ? 2 and 7 ? 2 and 9 ? 12. How many are 3 and 3 ? 3 and 5 ? 3 and 7 ? 3 and 9 ? 13. How many are 4 and 3? 4 and 5 4 and 8? 4 and 9 ? 14. How many are 5 and 3 ? 5 and 4 ? 5 and 7 ? 5 and 8? 5 and 9 ? 15. How many are 6 and 2 ? 6 and 4 ? 6 and 3 ? 6 and 5 ? 6 and 7 ? 6 and 9 ? 16. How many are 7 and 3 ? 7 and 5 ? 7 and 7 ? 7 and 6 ? 7 and 8? 7 and 9 ? 17. How many are 8 and 2 ? 8 and 4? 8 and 5 ? 8 13 ? 11 and 12 ? 11 and 2 and 3 ? 11 and 4 and 4 ? 11 and 15 ? 12 and 7 and 3 ? 12 and 6 and 3 ? 8 and 8 and 4 ? 9 and 5 and 6 ? 20. Gave nine cents for a pound of cheese, and seven cents for a quart of molasses ; what did I give for both ? 21. If you buy a picture-book for eleven cents, and a and 7 ? 8 and 9 ? 8 and 8 ? 18. How many are 9 and 1 ? 9 and 3 ? 9 and 5 ? 9 and 4 ? 9 and 6 ? 9 and 8? 9 and 9 ? 19. How many are 11 and 3 ? 11 and 2 ? 11 and 4 ? 11 and 6 ? 11 and 7 ? 11 and 9 ? 11 and 11 ? 11 and knife for nine cents ; what is the cost of both ? 22. John paid Luke seven cents for marbles and twelve cents for gingerbread ; how much money was received ? 23. Thomas paid twelve cents for a top and eight cents for cherries ; what did both cost ? 24. A merchant sold three barrels of flour to one man and thirteen to another ; what was the quantity sold ? 25. I have two appletrees, one bears twelve bushels of apples, and the other eleven ; how many bushels do both trees produce ? 26. How many are 4 and 2 and 3 ? 5 and 7 and 1 ? 3 and 4 and 3 ? 6 and 6 and 5 ? 2 and 2 and 8 ? 2 and 3 and 9 ? 27. How many are 2 and 6 and 7 ? 2 and 7 and 7 ? 2 and 8 and 9? 2 and 7 and 4 ? 2 and 5 and 9 ? 2 and 9 and 6 ? 2 and 3 and 10 ? 28. How many are 3 and 2 and 2 ? 3 and 3 and 2 ? 3 and 5 and 5? 3 and 4 and 7 ? 3 and 6 and 7 ? 3 and 7 and 10 ? 3 and 8 and 9 ? 3 and 9 and 9 ? 29. How many are 4 and 2 and 2 ? 4 and 3 and 3 ? 4 and 4 and 5 ? 4 and 6 and 7 ? 4 and 7 and 7 ? 4 and 8 and 3 ? 4 and 9 and 3 ? 4 and 8 and 8? 30. How many are 5 and 3 and 3 ? 5 and 4 and 4 ? 5 and 5 and 1 ? 5 and 6 and 7 ? 5 and 7 and 8 ? 5 and 8 and 7 ? 5 and 9 and 9 ? 5 and 10 and 3 ? 31. How many are 6 and 2 and 7 ? 6 and 3 and 6 ? 6 and 5 and 4? 6 and 7 and 5 ? 6 and 8 and 7 ? 6 and 9 and 8? 6 and 10 and 10 ? 32. How many are 7 and 2 and 3 ? 7 and 3 and 3 ? and 5 and 9? 7 and 6 and 6 ? 7 and 8 and 8 ? and 9 and 8? 7 and 10 and 11 ? 33. How many are 8 and 2 and 9 ? 8 and 4 and 3 ? 8 and 7 and 7 ? 8 and 9 and 10 ? 8 and 7 and 9 ? 8 and 10 and 10 ? 8 and 9 and 12 ? 34. How many are 9 and 5 and 2 ? 9 and 4 and 3 ? 9 and 9 and 6 ? 9 and 10 and 3? 9 and 8 and 8? 9 and 4 and 9 ? 9 and 9 and 9? 35. How many are 2 and 2 and 4 and 5 ? 3 and 4 and 5 and 6 ? 4 and 5 and 6 and 7 ? 5 and 5 ard 4 and 4 ? 9 and 1 and 2 and 3 and 5 ? 36. James had 4 apples, and Samuel gives him 5, and John gives him 6 ; how many has he ? 37. Gave 7 dollars for a barrel of flour, 5 dollars for a hundred weight of sugar, and 8 dollars for a tub of butter ; what did I give for the whole ? 38. Paid 5 dollars for a pair of boots, 12 dollars for a coat, and 6 dollars for a vest ; what was the whole cost ? 39. I have 7 appletrees, 9 cherrytrees, 6 peartrees, and 8 plumtrees ; how many in all ? 40. In a certain school, 10 scholars study grammar, 12 arithmetic, 7 logic, 2 rhetoric, and 17 punctuation ; how many are there in the school ? 41. Gave 12 cents for an almanac, 14 cents for paper, 5 cents for quills, and 8 cents for an inkstand ; what did I give for the whole ? 42. Paid 50 dollars for a horse, and 70 dollars for a chaise ; what was the price of both ? 43. A man performed a journey in 4 days; the first day he travelled 10 miles ; the second day 12 miles ; tho third day 12 miles ; the fourth day 20 miles ; what was the whole distance ? 44. Paid 2 dollars for a cap, 3 dollars for shoes, 7 dol lars for pantaloons, 6 dollars for a and 12 dollars for a coat ; what was the cost of the whole ? 45. Gave 75 cents for an arithmetic, and 25 cents for a geography ; what was the price of both ? 46. On the fourth of July, 20 cents were given to Emily, 15 cents to Betsey, 10 cents to Benjamin, and none to Lydia ; what did they all receive ? 47. Bought four loads of hay ; the first cost 15 dollars, the second 12 dollars, the third 20 dollars, and the fourth 17 dollars ; what was the price of the whole ? The pupil, having performed the foregoing questions, will perceive, that Addition is the collecting of numbers together to find their sum. B |