### Фй лЭне пй чсЮуфет -Уэнфбоз ксйфйкЮт

Ден енфпрЯубме ксйфйкЭт уфйт ухнЮиейт фпрпиеуЯет.

### Ресйечьменб

 Еньфзфб 1 3 Еньфзфб 2 20 Еньфзфб 3 28 Еньфзфб 4 129 Еньфзфб 5 149 Еньфзфб 6 151 Еньфзфб 7 154
 Еньфзфб 8 155 Еньфзфб 9 156 Еньфзфб 10 157 Еньфзфб 11 159 Еньфзфб 12 163 РнехмбфйкЬ дйкбйюмбфб

### ДзмпцйлЮ брпурЬумбфб

УелЯдб 124 - the product of the divisor by the quotient figure is greater than the part of the dividend divided, the quotient figure is too great and must be diminished. If the remainder after any subtraction is greater than the divisor, the quotient figure is too small, and must be increased. 2. Divide
УелЯдб 54 - Instead of finding how many times one number is contained in another of the same kind, it is sometimes required to divide a number into equal parts. The operation in both cases is the same, but the reasoning is somewhat different.
УелЯдб 157 - How many cubic feet in a pile of wood 8 ft. long, 4 ft. wide, and 4 ft. high ? In a pile 6 ft long, 5 ft. wide, and 3
УелЯдб 149 - English Money. Table. 4 Farthings (far.) — 1 Penny . . . . d. 12 Pence = 1 Shilling . . . s. 20 Shillings - 1 Pound ....Ј. The value of a
УелЯдб 117 - 2 in 4, 2 times 2 in 6, 3 times ; 2 in 8, 4 times ; 2 in 0, 0 times, writing each quotient figure under the figure divided, since it is the same
УелЯдб 164 - etc Table. 60 Seconds (") = 1 Minute . . . ' 60 Minutes = 1 Degree . . . 30 Degrees = 1 Sign . . . . S. 12 Signs, or 360° = 1 Circle . . . С 1
УелЯдб 119 - In this example, write the divisor at the left, and the quotient at the right of the dividend, and begin at the left to divide, thus: 3 is contained in 4, 1 time and a remainder ; write 1 for the first figure of the quotient and multiply the divisor 3 by it, and subtract
УелЯдб 71 - 5. At 9 cents a pound, how many pounds of sugar can be bought for 45 cents ? For 54 cents ? For 27 cents
УелЯдб 56 - In a similar manner write and read the numbers from 40 to 50. From 50 to 60. From 60 to 70. From 70 to 80. From 80 to 90. From 90 to 100.