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the last 7 years.

LESSON XXXII. 1. A boy found 4 eggs in one bird's nest, and 3 in an

other; how many eggs did he find in both nests ? 2. If you have 7 pigeons, and 3 of them should die, how

many would remain alive? 3. Frances paid 4 cents for a thimble, and 5 cents for some needles; how many cents did she pay away

? 4. A truant boy robbed some birds' nests of 9 eggs, and

broke 4 of them; how many remained unbroken? 5. There are 6 girls in one class, and 4 in another ; how

many are there in both classes ? 6. 10 boys were called out to recite ; 4 of them, not hap

ing learned the lesson, were sent back. How many

recited ? 7. A boy lived in Dedham till he was 7 years old, and

then moved to Boston, where he has lived 4 years.

How old is he? 8. Rebecca is now 11 years old, and has attended school

How old was Rebecca when she began to attend school ? 9. There are 8 houses on one side of a street, and 4 on

the other; how many houses are there on both sides? 10. If a man who owns 12 horses should sell 4 of them,

how
many

horses would he have left ? 11. If a skein of silk is worth 4 cents, and a yard of rib

bon 9 cents, how many cents are both of them

worth? 12. Sarah paid 13 cents for a paper of pins and a yard

of tape. The price of the pins was 9 cents; what

was the price of the tape ? 13. If a boy perform 10 questions in arithmetic in the

forenoon, and 4 more in the afternoon, how many

questions will he have performed during the day? 14. If a girl have 14 questions in arithmetic given her for

a lesson, and she perform but 10 of them, how

many remain to be performed ? 15. In a recitation there were 12 questions answered cor

rectly, and 4 answered incorrectly; how many questions were asked ?

LESSON XXXIII. 5 and 1 are 6

5 from 6 leaves 1 5 and 2 are 7 5 from 7 leaves 2 5 and 3 are 8 5 from 8 leaves 3 5 and 4 are 9 5 from 9 leaves 4 5 and 5 are 10

5 from 10 leaves 5 5 and 6 are 11 5 from 11 leaves 6 5 and 7 are 12 5 from 12 leaves 7 5 and 8 are 13 5 from 13 leaves 8 5 and 9 are 14 5 from 14 leaves 9 5 and 10 are 15 5 from 15 leaves 10 5 and 11 are 16 5 from 16 leaves 11 5 and 12 are 17 5 from 17 leaves 12

are how

LESSON XXXIV. 1 and 5 are how many?

1 from 6 leaves how many ? 2 and 5 are how

many

? 2 from 7 leaves how many? 3 and 5 are how

many

? 3 from 8 leaves how many ? 4 and 5 are how many?

4 from 9 leaves how many ? 5 and 5 are how many?

5 from 10 leaves how many ? 6 and 5 are how

many

? 6 from 11 leaves how many? 7 and 5 are how many ? 7 from 12 leaves how

many

? 8 and 5

many

? 8 from 13 leaves how many ? 9 and 5 are how

many
? 9 from 14 leaves how many

? 10 and 5

many
? 10 from 15 leaves how many

? 11 and 5

many
? 11 from 16 leaves how many

? 12 and 5 are how many? 12 from 17 leaves how many

? LESSON XXXV. EXERCISES TO BE PERFORMED ON THE SLATE. Add 5 8 5 so 5 12 and 6 5 9 5

5

are how are how

/3

14

/5

From 11

16 17

LESSON XXXVI. 1. A hen has 5 black chickens and 4 white ones; how many

chickens are there of both colors ? 2. A farmer has 9 cows; 5 of them are red, and the

others are brown. How many are brown? 3. How many cents will it take to purchase 2 picture

books, if one of them cost 6 cents and the other 5

cents ? 4. A drover had 11 lambs, but he has sold 5 of them, how many

lambs has he left ? 5. Robert has 5 cherries, and Julia has 7. If Robert

gives his to Julia, how many will she then have ? 6. Julia had 12 cherries, but she has eaten 5 of them; how many

has she left ? 7. There are 8 birds in one cage, and 5 in another; how many birds are there in both

cages

? 8. If a man own 13 horses, and should sell 5 of them, how

many would he have left? 9. If a man have 5 pigs in one pen, and 9 in another,

how many pigs are there in both pens ? 10. If a butcher have 14 fat pigs, and should kill 5 of

them, how many would he have left alive? 11. A farmer has 10 cows in one pasture, and 5 in an

other; how many cows has be in both pastures ? 12. If a man who owns 15 cows should sell 5 of them,

how
many

would he have left ? 13. A farmer collected 5 bushels of apples from one tree,

and 11 bushels from another; how many bushels

did he collect from both trees? 14. Thomas paid 16 dollars for a watch, and sold it for

11 dollars; how many dollars did he lose by

trading? 15. A flour-merchant sold 12 barrels of flour on Monday,

and 5 barrels on Tuesday; how many barrels did

he sell in the two days ? 16. In a pasture there are 17 sheep; 5 of them are black,

and the others are white. How many of them are white ?

LESSON XXXVII.
6 and 1 are 7 6 from 7 leaves 1
6 and 2 are 8 6 from 8 leaves 2
6 and 3 are 9 6 from 9 leaves 3
6 and 4 are 10 6 from 10 leaves 4
6 and 5 are 11 6 from 11 leaves 5
6 and 6 are 12 6 from 12 leaves 6
6 and 7 are 13 6 from 13 leaves 7
6 and 8 are 14 6 from 14 leaves 8
6 and 9 are 15 6 from 15 leaves 9
6 and 10 are 16 6 from 16 leaves 10
6 and 11 are 17 6 from 17 leaves 11
6 and 12 are 18 6 from 18 leaves 12

LESSON XXXVIII. 1 and 6 are how many ? 1 from 7 leaves how

many

? 2 and 6 are how

many

? 2 from 8 leaves how many? 3 and 6 are how

many
? 3 from 9 leaves how

many

? 4 and 6 are how many?

4 from 10 leaves how many? 5 and 6 are how many?

5 from 11 leaves how many? 6 anil 6 aro how many?

6 from 12 leaves how many? 7 and 6 are how inany?

7 from 13 leaves how many? 8 and 6 are how many? 8 from 14 leaves how many

? 9 and 6 are how many?

9 from 15 leaves how many? 10 and 6 are how many? 10 from 16 leaves how many

? 11 and 6 are how many? 11 from 17 leaves how many? 12 and 6 are how many? 12 from 18 leaves how many

? LESSON XXXIX. EXERCISES TO BE PERFORMED ON THE SLATE. Add 6 8 6 so 6

12 and 7

6 9 6 s 6

14

From 13

15 16 17

18

how many

LESSON XL. 1. There are 6 boys in one division of a class, and 4

boys in another ; how many boys are there in both

divisions ? 2. There are 10 girls in a class at school; 6 of them are

studying, and the others are idle. How many of

them are idle ? 3. Thomas owns 6 doves; if he should buy 5 more, how

many doves would he then own? 4. If you have 11 pigeons, and should kill 6 of them,

how many would be left alive? 5. There are 7 apple-trees and 6 pear-trees in a garden ;

how many trees are there in the garden ? 6. There are 13 fruit-trees in a garden ; 6 of them are

peach-trees, and the others are cherry-trees. How

many of them are cherry-trees? 7. Henry paid 6 cents for a writing-book, and 8 cents for pens;

cents did the book and pens cost him ? 8. Lucy paid 14 cents for a skein of silk and a paper of

pins; the price of the silk was 6 cents. What

was the price of the pins ? 9. If you pick 9 quarts of strawberries to-day, and 6

quarts to-morrow, how many quarts will you have

picked in the two days? 10. "George gave 15 peaches to his sister, and 9 to his brother; how

many more did he give to his sister than he gave to his brother? 11. A tailor sold a coat for 10 dollars, and a pair of pants

for 6 dollars; how many dollars did he receive for

both garments ? 12. Stephen rode 16 miles in the cars, and 6 miles in a

chaise ; how many more miles did he ride in the

cars than in the chaise ? 13. A grocer sold 6 pounds of sugar at one time, and 11

pounds at another time; how many pounds of sugar

did the grocer sell ? 14. Sarah is 17 years old, and James is 12; what is the difference of their ages ?

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