11. Robert gave five cents for an orange, and two for an apple, how many did he give for both ? . 12. If a custard cost six cents, and an apple two cents; how many cents will it take to buy an apple and a custard ? 13. If you buy a pint of nuts for five cents, and an orange for three cents, how many cents would you give for both ? how many more for the nuts than for the orange ? 14. If an ounce of figs is worth six cents, and a half a pint of cherries is worth three cents ; how much are they both worth? 15. Dick had five plums, and John gave him four more; how many had he then ? 16. How many fingers have you on both hands? 17. How many fingers and thumbs have you on both hands? 18. If you had six marbles in one hand, and four in the other; how many would you have in the one, more than in the other ? how many you have in both hands? 19. David had seven nuts, and gave three of them to George, how many had he left? 20. Two boys, James and Robert, played at marbles ; when they began, they had seven apiece, and when they had done, James had won four ; how many had each then ? 21. A boy, having eleven nuts, gave away three of them, how many had he left ? 22. If you had eight cents, and your papa should give you five more, would 23. A man bought a sheep for eight dollars, and a calf for seven dollars, what did he give for both ? 24. A man bought a barrel of flour for eight dollars, and sold it for four dollars more than he gave for it ; how much did he sell it for ? * how many you have ? 25. A man bought a hundred weight of sugar for nine dollars, and a barrel of flour for seven dollars, how much did he give for the whole ? 26. A man bought three barrels of cider for eight dollars, and ten bushels of apples for nine dollars ; how much did he give for the whole ? 27. A man bought a firkin of butter for twelve dollars, but, being damaged, he sold it again for eight dollars ; how much did he lose ? 28. A man bought three sheep for fifteen dollars, but could not sell them again for so much by eight dollars ; how much did he sell them for ? 29. A man bought sixteen pounds of coffee, and lost seven pounds of it as he was carrying it home, how much had he left ? 30. A man bought nineteen pounds of sugar, and having lost a part of it, he found he had nine pounds left ; how much had he lost ? 31. A man owing fifteen dollars, paid nine dollars of it, how much did he then owe ? 32. A man owing seventeen dollars, paid all but seven dollars ; how much did he pay? B. 1. Two and one are how many ? many ? ? ? ? 6. Six and two are how many ? 7. Eight and two are how many ? 8. Five and three are how many ? 9. Seven and three are how many ? 10. Four and three are how many ? 11. Two and three are how many ? 12. Two and six are how many ? 13. Two and eight are how many ? 14. Six and three are how many ? 15. Three and four are how many ? 16. Three and six are how many ? 17. Two and seven are how many 18. Ten and two are how many ? 19. Two and four are how many ? 20. Three and seven are how many ? 21. Four and four are how many ? 22. Five and four are how many ? 23. Seven and two are how many ? 24. Two and five are how many ? 25. Three and three are how many ? 26. Four and five are how many ? 27. Nine and two are how many ?? 28. Three and five are how many ? 29. Two and ten are how many ? 30. Three and eight are how many ? 31. Ten and three are how many ? 32. Two and nine are how many ? 33. Four and six are how many ? 34. Eight and three are how many ? 35. Seven and four are how many ? 36. Nine and three are how many ? 37. Six and four are how many ? 38. Five and five are how many ? 39. Three and nine are how many ? 40, Four and seven are how many ? 41. Six and five are how many ? 42. Three and ten are how many ? 43. Eight and four are how many ? 44. „Five and eight are how many ? 45. Four and nine are how many ? 46. Five and six are how many ? 47. 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Eight and ten are how many? 78. Ten and nine are how many ? 79. Seven and ten are how many ? ? 80. Nine and ten are how many ? 81. Ten and ten are how many ? five; D. 1. Three boys, Peter, John, and Oliver, gave some money to a beggar. Peter gave seven cents; John, four cents; and Oliver, three cents; how many did they all give him? 2. How many did Peter give more than Oliver ? 3. Frank had nine pears, and three of them to Harry; how many had he left; and how many more than Harry had he then ? 4. Dick had ten peaches, Harry twelve, and Charles thirteen; Dick gave three to Stephen, Harry gave him six, and Charles gave him five; how many had Stephen ? and how many had each left ? 5. A boy had twenty apples, and gave them to his companions, as follows; to one he gave three ; to another, two; to another, four ; and to another, how many did he give away ? and how many had he left ? 6. A boy gave to one of his companions eight peaches; to another, six; to another, four ; and kept two himself; how many had he at first ? 7. A boy went to the confectioner's and bought three cakes of gingerbread, for which he gave a cent apiece; two buns, for which he gave three cents apiece; one custard for four cents, and one orange for six cents ; how many cents did he spend for the whole ! 8. A boy having twenty-five cents, bought one quart of cherries for eight cents, one orange for six cents, and gave away three cents; how many cents had he left ? 9. A boy bought a box for eighteen cents, and gave eight cents to have it painted, and then sold it for thirty-two cents; how much did he gain by the bargain! |