СІХ. CX . CXI. CXII. CXIII. LESSON XI. 119 119 One hundred and twenty 120 120 CXIV. CXVI. CXVII. CXVIII. CXIX. CXX. LESSON XII. One hundred and twenty-one 121 12/ CXXI. One hundred and twenty-two 122 122 CXXII, One hundred and twenty-three 123 123 CXXIII. One hundred and twenty-four 124 124 CXXIV. One hundred and twenty-five 125 125 CXXV. One hundred and twenty-six 126 126 CXXVI. One hundred and twenty-seven 127 127 CXXVII. One hundred and twenty-eight 128 128 CXXVIII. One hundred and twenty-nine 129 129 CXXIX. One hundred and thirty 130/30 CXXX. One hundred and thirty-one 131 13/ CXXXI. One hundred and thirty-two 132 132 CXXXII. LESSON XIII. One hundred and thirty-three 133 133 CXXXIII. One hundred and thirty-four 134 734 CXXXIV. One hundred and thirty-five 135 135 CXXXV. One hundred and thirty-six 136 136 CXXXVI. One hundred and thirty-seven 137 137 CXXXVII. One hundred and thirty-eight 138 138 CXXXVIII. One hundred and thirty-nine 139 139 CXXXIX. One hundred and forty 140 140 CXL. One hundred and forty-one 141 14/ CXLI. One hundred and forty-two 142 142 CXLII. One hundred and forty-three 143 143 CXLIII. One hundred and forty-four 144 144 CXLIV. LESSON XIV. One hundred and sixty 160 160 CLX, One hundred and seventy 170 170 CLXX. One hundred and eighty 180 180 CLXXX. One hundred and ninety 190 190 CXC. Two hundred and ten 210 210 CCX. Three hundred and twenty 320 320 CCCXX. Four hundred and thirty 430 430 CCCCXXX. Five hundred and forty 540 540 DXL. Six hundred and fifty 650 650 DCL. Seven hundred and sixty 760 760 760 DCCLX. Eight hundred and seventy 870 870 DCCCLXX. Thousands Units. LESSON XV. NOTATION AND NUMERATION TABLE. The figure 1 in the first place on the right expresses only its simple number one, and is called a unit of the first order; 1 in 2d period. 1st period. the second place expresses ten, or ten times one, and is called a unit of the second order; 1 in 111.111 the third place expresses one hundred, or ten e times ten, and is called a unit of the third or der; 1 in the fourth place expresses one thousand, and is a unit of the fourth order; 1 in the fifth place expresses ten thousand, and is a unit of the fifth order, and 1 in the sixth place expresses one hundred thousand and is a unit of the sixth order. The number expressed by this line of figures is one hundred eleven thousand one hundred and eleven. - 5th order, Tens of Thousands. - 6th order, Hundreds of thousands. 2d order, Tens. 6 Six. 6 5 Sixty-five. 6 5 4 Six hundred fifty-four. 6 5 4 3 Six thousand five hundred forty-three. 6 5 4 3 2 Sixty-five thousand four hundred thirty-two. 6 5 4 3 2 1 Six hundred fifty-four thousand three hundred twenty-one. LESSON XVI. Pupils should be required to read the following numbers. 150. 211. 1,234. 76,543. 123,456. 161. 321. 2,345. 87,654. 234,567. 172. 432. 3,456. 98,765. 345,678. 183. 543. 4,567. 89,567. 406,504. 194. 654. 5,678. 78,456. 805,402. 200. 765. 6,789. 67,034. 999,999. Learners should be required to express the following numbers by figures. 1. Two thousand five hundred and forty-three. 2. Five thousand seven hundred and eighty-five. 3. Ten thousand nine hundred and ninety-six. 4. Thirty-five thousand four hundred and twenty-five. 5. Seventy-eight thousand six hundred and fifty-seven. 6. Ninety-nine thousand nine hundred and ninety-nine. 7. Five hundred and five thousand four hundred and forty 8. Nine hundred and eight thousand seven hundred and sixty. LESSON XVII. LESSON XVIII. 1 and 1 are how many? 1 from 2 leaves how many ? 2 and 1 are how many? 2 from 3 leaves how many ? 3 and 1 are how many? 3 from 4 leaves how many? 4 and 1 are how many? 4 from 5 leaves how many? 5 and 1 are how many? 5 from 6 leaves how many? 6 and 1 are how many? 6 from 7 leaves how many? 7 and 1 are how many? 7 from 8 leaves how many? 8 and 1 are how many ? 8 from 9 leaves how many? 9 and 1 are how many? 9 from 10 leaves how many? 10 and 1 are how ? 10 from 11 leaves how many 11 and 1 are how many? 11 from 12 leaves how many? 12 and 1 are how many? 12 from 13 leaves how many? LESSON XIX. 3 5 I and . 2 4 ? LESSON XX. 1. William has 1 marble ; if his brother should give him 1 more, how many would he then have ? 2. Henry had 2 cents, and lost 1 of them; how many had he left? 3. Lucy found 1 pin, and her sister gave her 2 more ; how many pins had Lucy? 4. Sarah had 3 needles, and has lost 1 of them; how many has she left ? 5. Charles has 1 orange, and Henry has 3; how many have both of them ? 6 Thomas had 4 apples, and has given away 1 of them; how many has he left ? 7. Susan had 1 pear given her, and she bought 4 more; how many pears had Susan then ? 8. Jane bought 5 peaches, and has eaten 1 of them; how many has she left? 9. If you should buy 1 book today, and 5 more to morrow, how many you have ? 10. If you have 6 cents, and should lose one of them, how you have left ? 11. James gave 1 cent for a marble, and 6 cents for a ball; how many cents did he give for both ? 12. If you have 7 birds in a cage, and one of them should die, Łow many would be left alive? 13 If you place 1 chair by the side of 7 chairs, how many chairs will there be ? 14. Catharine had 8 pinks, and has given 1 of them to Lucy; how many has she left? 15. Emily has 8 roses, and her little sister has 1 ; how many roses have both of them ? 16. John bought 9 nuts, and has lost 1 of them ; how many has he left ? 17. Francis paid 9 cents for a slate, and 1 cent for a pencil ; how many cents did both cost him ? 18. Sarah had 10 cherries, and gave her sister 1.of them; has she left ? 19. William paid 12 cents for a book, and 1 cent for a pen; how many cents did he pay away? how many |