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108. Some things to remember:
Jan. stands for January. Sept. stands for September. Feb. stands for February. Oct. stands for October. Mar. stands for March. Nov. stands for November. Aug. stands for August.
Dec. stands for December. 12 inches make 1 foot. In. stands for inch or inches. 12 things make 1 dozen. Ft. stands for foot or feet. 12 months make 1 year.
Doz. stands for dozen. Ct. or ¢ stands for cent. Sq. in. stands for square inch. Qt. stands for quart. Yd. stands for yard. Gal. stands for gallon.
Bu, stands for bushel.
In Roman notation IV always stands for 4 except on clock faces, where IIII is commonly used.
You know that 5 1 means 4, or 1 less than 5. When I is written before V, the two letters (IV) mean one less than five, or 4.
What do you think IX means?
When I is written after V, the two letters (VI) mean one more than five, or 6.
What do you think VII means? VIII? XI? XII?
IV stands for 4.
X stands for 10.
If we eat dinner at 12 o'clock and supper at 6 o'clock, how long is it between meals?
Look at a nickel to-night and tell me to-morrow what shows the number of cents it is worth.
110, What number follows 12? One ten and 3 ones are
Name two numbers less than 10 whose sum is 13. Two other numbers. Now two others. (Use splints to find the numbers.)
Take 13 splints. Show how many are left when 4 are taken away. When 5 are taken away. When 6 are taken away.
This line on the board is 13 inches long. How much longer is it than your foot rule?
How many splints are in the bundle? How many tens? How many loose splints, or ones, do you see?
Write on the board the figures that stand for the number thirteen.
Which figure stands for the tens? Which for the ones? Three and ten are
(The word thirteen means three and ten.)
Subtract each number in the rim of the
8 wheel from the 13 in the center.
9 113. Three bushels and a peck are how many pecks?
There are 8 qt. of milk in one pail and 5 qt. in another. How much milk in both?
114. One ten and 4 ones are
101 How many squares do you see in the figure?
8 How many more than 10? How many more
7 than 9? Than 8? Than 7?
6 If 5 were taken away, how many would be left? 5
4 Take six away from 14. How many remain?
3 Count by twos to 14.
2 How many dots are in each row? How many 1. rows?
Two times 7 dots are dots.
Take 9 splints and 5 splints and show that they are as many as one ten and four ones.
Write the figures that stand for the number fourteen.
Which figure stands for the ones? On which side of the 1 must it stand?
2 qt. + 1 pt.
3 ga.. + 2 qt. =
116. James earned 8 cents on Friday and 6 cents on Saturday. On both days he earned cents.
How much will 6 eggs cost at 14 cents a dozen?
Fourteen months are how many more months than a year?
A boy had a ten-cent piece and four pennies. He spent 5 cents for peanuts. How much had he left?
A spider has 8 legs. A spider and a fly together have 14 legs. How many legs has a fly?
Three gallons and 2 quarts of milk are how many quarts? HIow many half-bushels of oats make 7 bushels?
If a milkman has 7 qt. of milk, to how many persons can he sell a pint each?
A man has 14 miles to travel. When he has gone 8 miles, how far has he yet to go?