LESSON XLI. LESSON XLII. 1 and 7 are how many? 1 from 8 leaves how many y? 2 and 7 are how many? 2 from 9 leaves how many ? 3 and 7 are how many? 3 from 10 leaves how many? 4 and 7 are how many? 4 from 11 leaves how many? 5 and 7 are how many? 5 from 12 leaves how many? 6 and 7 are how many? 6 from 13 leaves how many ? 7 and 7 are how many? 7 from 14 leaves how many? 8 and 7 are how many? 8 from 15 leaves how many ? 9 and 7 are how many? 9 from 16 leaves how many 10 and 7 are how many? 10 from 17 leaves how many ? 11 and 7 are how many? 11 from 18 leaves how many 12 and 7 are how many? 12 from 19 leaves how many ? LESSON XLIII. JO 7 12 and 5 7 9 7 ? ? 13 From / 2 16 17 18 19 put in 7 LESSON XLIV. 1. If you spend 7 cents to-day, and 5 more to-morrow, how many cents will you have spent in both days ? 2. If a market-man have 12 chickens, and should sell 5 of them, how many would he have left? 3. If there are 6 children in one family and 7 in another, how many children are there in the two families ? 4 There are 13 children in two families; in one of them there are 7 children. How many are there in the other ? 5. A little boy had 7 apples in a basket, and his sister more ; how many apples are there in the basket ? 6. If you pears in a basket, and should sell 7 of them, how many would you have remaining? 7. A farmer paid 8 dollars for a plough, and 7 dollars for a harrow; how many dollars did he pay for both of them? 8. A market-woman had 15 oranges, and sold 7 of them ; how many has she remaining unsold ? 9. How many cents would be required to pay for two picture books, if the price of one of them is 7 cents, and the price of the other 9 cents ? 10. A boy paid 16 cents for a ball and humming-top; the price of the humming-top was 9 cents. What was the price of the ball ? 11. A girl paid 10 cents for a doll, and 7 cents for ribbon ; how many cents did she pay away? 12. A boy has 17 cents; if he should spend 7 of them, how many would he have left ? 13. There are two pieces of cloth ; one of them contains 7 yards, and the other 11 yards. How many yards are there in the two pieces ? 14. A trader had a piece of silk which measured 18 yards; he sold 11 yards of it to a lady for a dress. How many yards were left ? 15. Julia and Mary went into the garden to gather flowers; Mary gathered 12 roses, and Julia 7. How many roses did they both gather ? LESSON XLV. LESSON XLVI. 1 and 8 are how many? 1 from 9 leaves how many? 2 and 8 are how many? 2 from 10 leaves how many? 3 and 8 are how many? 3 from 11 leaves how many? 4 and 8 are how many? 4 from 12 leaves how many? 5 and 8 are how many? 5 from 13 leaves how many? 6 and 8 are how many? 6 from 14 leaves how many? 7 and 8 are how many? 7 from 15 leaves how many? 8 and 8 are how many? 8 from 16 leaves how many? 9 and 8 are how many? 9 from 17 leaves how many? 10 and 8 are how many? 10 from 18 leaves how many? 11 and 8 are how many? 11 from 19 leaves how many? 12 and 8 are how many? 12 from 20 leaves how many? LESSON XLVII. LESSON XLVIII. 1. If a writing-book cost 8 cents, and a lead-pencil 5 cents, how many cents do they both cost ? 2. A boy having 13 cents, paid away 8 of them for a slate ; what number of cents had he left? 3. If one boy should catch 6 perch, and another 8, how many would they both catch ? 4. A boy caught 14 trout, and sold 6 of them; how many had he left? 5. 8 boys are playing in one street, and 7 in another ; how many are playing in both streets ? 6. 15 little girls were on a visit; at nine o'clock, 7 of them went home. How many remained ? 7. There are 9 boys in one sleigh, and 8 in another ; how many boys are there in both sleighs ? 8. There are 17 girls in a class ; 9 of them are ciphering, and the others are writing. How many are writing ? 9. There are 8 boys in the first division of a class, and 10 in the second; how many boys are there in the class? 10. Two places are 18 miles apart; if a boy start from one place, and travel 10 miles towards the other, miles is he from the other place ? 11 If you should buy 11 apples of one kind, and 8 of another kind, how many apples would you have of both kinds ? 12. A boy purchased 19 pears, and has sold 8 of them; how many has he left unsold ? 13. Eliza has 12 flower-pots, and Jane has 8; how many flower-pots have both of them? 14. Emma counted 20 roses on her rose-bush this morn ing; afterwards she picked off 8 of them. How many remained on the rose-bush ? 15. Catharine’s book has 8 pictures in it, and Mary's has 12; how many pictures do both books contain ? 16. In the arithmetic class there are 20 pupils ; 12 of them recited their lesson correctly. How many of them failed ? LESSON XLIX. LESSON L. 1 and 9 are how many ? 1 from 10 leaves how many? 2 and 9 are how many? 2 from 11 leaves how many ? 3 and 9 are how many? 3 from 12 leaves how many ? 4 and 9 are how many? 4 from 13 leaves how many? 5 and 9 are how many? 5 from 14 leaves how many? 6 and 9 are how many? 6 from 15 leaves how many? 7 and 9 are how many? 7 from 16 leaves how many ? 8 and 9 are how many? 8 from 17 leaves how many? 9 and 9 are how many? 9 from 18 leaves how many ? 10 and 9 are how many? 10 from 19 leaves how many? 11 and 9 are how many? 11 from 20 leaves how many? 12 and 9 are how many? 12 from 21 leaves how many? LESSON LI. 9 10 9 12 and 5 9 8 9 9 20 From 14 15 17 19 27 |