? ?. 8. Eight less five are how many 9. Nine less one are how many ? 10. Nine less five are how many ? 11. Five less three are how many? ? 12. Nine less three are how many 13. Ten less two are how many ? 14. Eight less six are how many ? 15. Eight less two are how many? 16. Ten less seven are how many ? 17. Eleven less ten are how many ? 18. Eleven less six are how many? 19. Ten less five are how many ? 20. Ten less nine are how many ? 21. Twelve less six are how many ? 22. Twelve less nine are how many? 23. Eight less four are how many! ? 24. Thirteen less six are how many ? 25. Thirteen less two are how many ? 26. Fifteen less ten are how many ? 27. Twenty less ten are how many ? 28. Sixteen less six are how many ? 29. Sixteen less ten are how many ? 30. Fifteen less four are how many? 31. Eighteen less eight are how many 32. Eighteen less ten are how many 33. Nineteen less one are how many? 34. Seventeen less three are how many? 35. Seventeen less ten are how many 36. Eighteen less six are how many? 37. Nineteen less nine are how many? 38. Twenty less five are how many? 39. Twenty-five less five are how many? 40. Twenty-six less three are how many? 41. Eight and six, less four, are how many 42. Ten and eight, less six, are how many? 43. Four and nine, less seven, are how many? 44. Sixteen and six, less two, are how many? 2 ? ? ? ? LESSON VI. 1. TRREE boys, James, William, and George, went a fishing. James caught six fishes, William caught four, and George caught three; how many did they all catch? How many more did James catch than George? 2. Three girls, Mary, Ella, and Frances, gave some flowers to their teacher. Mary gave her seven; Ella, three; and Frances, four: how many flowers did the teacher receive? How many less did Ella give than Mary? 3. Joseph had seven peaches; David, seven; and Thomas, nine. Joseph gave two to George, David gave him three, and Thomas gave him one; how many peaches did each of the boys then have? 4. A boy gave five apples to one of his companions; to another, eight; to another, three; and kept four himself: how many had he at first? 5. A generous boy having eighteen peaches, gave three of them to one companion, six to another, and five to another; how many did he give away? How many did he keep? 6. A man paid three dollars for some sugar, six dollars for two barrels of apples, ten dollars for a barrel of flour, and had six dollars left; how many dollars had he at first? 7. A boy having twenty-five cents, paid ten cents 'for a melon, four cents for an orange, and gave away six cents; how many cents had he remaining? 8. A boy bought a ball for sixteen cents; he gave ten cents to have it covered, and then sold it for thirtytwo cents; how much did he gain by the bargains? 9. A man bought a cow for eighteen dollars; he paid nine dollars for pasturing her, and then sold her for twenty-five dollars; how much did he lose by the bargains? 10. A tailor bought some cloth for fifteen dollars; he paid seven dollars to have it made into a coat, and then sold the coat for twenty-seven dollars; how much did he gain on the coat? LESSON VII. 1. If one lemon is worth two cents, what are two lemons worth? What are three worth? 2. What cost two oranges, at three cents apiece? 3. What cost four yards of cloth, at three dollars a yard? What at four dollars a yard? 4. There are three feet in one yard; how many feet are there in five yards? In six yards? In six yards and one foot? In ten yards and two feet? 5. Bought two oranges at five cents apiece, and four lemons at three cents apiece; what did I pay for the oranges? What for the lemons? For both? 6. Sold seven barrels of apples at two dollars a barrel, and two cords of wood at five dollars a cord; how many dollars did I receive for the apples? For the wood? For both? 7. What cost five yards of ribbon, at ten cents a yard? At nine cents? 8. If I recite three lessons each day, how many shall I recite in six days? In ten days? 9. If four bushels of wheat make a barrel of flour, how many bushels will make six barrels ? Eight barrels? 10. What cost five pineapples, at ten cents each? At eight cents? 11. What will six barrels of flour cost, at eight dollars a barrel? At ten dollars? 12. If a horse travel eight miles in an hour, how far will he travel in seven hours? 13. What cost ten pounds of sugar, at nine cents a pound? At ten cents? 14. What is the value of nine doves, at nine cents apiece? At eleven cents? 15. If a man earn seven dollars in one week, how much will he earn in seven weeks? In ten weeks? LESSON VIII. ? ? ? 1. Two times one are how many? 2. Two times two are how many? 3. Two times three are how many? 4. Two times four are how many? 5. Two times five are how many ? 6. Two times six are how many? 7. Two times seven are how many? 8. Two times eight are how many 9. Two times nine are how many? 10. Two times ten are how many? 11. Two times eleven are how many? 12. Two times twelve are how many 13. Three times one are how many? 14. Three times two are how many y? 15. Three times three are how many 16. Three times four are how many 17. Three times five are how many? 18. Three times six are how many? 19. Three times seven are how many 20. Three times eight are how many? ? 21. Three times nine are how many 22. Three times ten are how many ? ? 23. Three times eleven are how many 24. Three times twelve are how many 25. Four times one are how many ? 26. Four times two are how many ? 27. Four times three are how many? ? 28. Four times four are how many 29. Four times five are how many 30. Four times six are how many? ? ? ? ? ? 31. Four times seven are how many ? ? ? 61. Count to fifty, by twos, using the even numbers; thus, two, four, six, eight, etc. 62. Count backward, by twos, from fifty; thus, fifty, forty-eight, forty-six, etc. 63. Count by twos to forty-nine, using the odd numbers; thus, one, three, five, etc. 64. Count backward, by twos, from forty-nine; thus, forty-nine, forty-seven, forty-five, etc. |