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LESSON XV.

NOTATION AND NUMERATION TABLE,

Thousands Units.

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

the second place expresses ten, or ten times one, 211 period. ist period.

and is called a unit of the second order ; 1 in 1 1 1 1 1 1

I the third place expresses one hundred, or ten

times ten, and is called a unit of the third order; 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.
4th order, Units of Thousands.

6th order, Hundreds of thousands, som
med 2d order, Tens,

3d order, Hundreds.
1st order, Units.

6 Six. 6 5 Sixty-five. 6 54 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.
161.
172.
183.
194.
200.

211. 321. 432. 543. 654. 65.

1,234.
2,345.
3,456.
4,567
5,678.
6,789.

176,543.
87,654.
98,765.
89,567.
78,456,
67,034.

123,456. 234,567. 345,678. 406,504. 805,402. 999,999.

Learners should be required to express the following numbers by figures.

1. Two thousand äve 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.
1 and 1 are 2 1 from 2 leaves 1
1 and 2 are 3 1 from 3 leaves 2
1 and 3 are 4 1 from 4 leaves 3
1 and 4 are 5 1 from 5 leaves 4
1 and 5 are 6 1 from 6 leaves 5
1 and 6 are 7 1 from 7 leaves
1 and 7 are 8 1 from 8 leaves 7
1 and 8 are 9 1 from 9 leaves 8
1 and 9 are 10 1 from 10 leaves 9
1 and 10 are 11 1 from 11 leaves 10
1 and 11 are 12 1 from 12 leaves 11
1 and 12 are 13 1 from 13 leaves 12

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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 17 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 many? 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?

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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

bad 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 books would

you

have ? 10. If you have 6 cents, and should lose one of them, how many would

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, how 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 I nuts, and has lost 1 of them ; how

many las 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 ;

how many has she left? 19. William paid 12 cents for a book, and 1 cent for a

pen ; how many cents did he pay away?

LESSON XXI.
2 and 1 are 3 2 from 3 leaves 1
2 and 2 are

4 2 from 4 leaves 2
2 and 3 are

3 are 5 2 from 5 leaves 3 2 and 4 are

6 2 from 6 leaves 4 2 and 5 are 7 2 from 7 leaves 5 2 and 6 are 8 2 from 8 leaves 6 2 and 7 are 9 2 from 9 leaves 7 2 and 8 are 10 2 from 10 leaves 8 2 and 9 are 11 2 from 11 leaves 9 2 and 10 are 12 2 from 12 leaves 10 2 and 11 are 13 2 from 13 leaves 11 2 and 12 are 14 2 from 14 leaves 12

LESSON XXII. 1 and 2 are how many?

1 from 3 leaves how many 2 and 2 are how many?

2 from 4 leaves how many? 3 and 2 are how many? 3 from 5 leaves how many

? 4 and 2 are how many?

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

5 from 7 leaves how many 6 and 2 are how many?

6 from 8 leaves how many? 7 and 2 are how many?

7 from 9 leaves how many? 8 and 2 are how many?

8 from 10 leaves how many? 9 and 2 are how many?

9 from 11 leaves how many? 10 and 2 are how many? 10 from 12 leaves how many 11 and 2 are how many? 11 from 13 leaves how

many 12 and 2 are how many? 12 from 14 leaves how many?

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LESSON XXIV.

how many

sugar; how

1. Richard bought 2 marbles, and found 2 more; how

many marbles had he then ? 2. Samuel has 4 cents; if he should lose 2 of them, how

many would he have left ? 3. There are 2 lamps on the mantel-piece, and 3 on the

table ; how many are there in the room ? 4. Henry had 5 cents, and has lost 2 of them; how

many has he left ? 5. 6 little girls were on a visit, and 4 of them went

home ; hoy many remained ? 6. James has 5 nuts, and John has 2 ; how many have

both of them ? 7. If a man have 7 children, and 2 of them should die,

would he have living ? 8. A farmer paid 6 dollars for flour, and 2 dollars for

many

dollars did he pay away? 9. Augustus had 8 cents, and paid away 2 of them for an orange;

; how many had he left ? 10. A lady paid 7 dollars for a bonnet, and 2 dollars for

a cap; how many dollars did she pay for both ? 11. Julia had 9 plums, and gave 2 of them to her sister ;

how many had she left? 12. Mary gave 8 roses to her teacher, and 2 to her sister ;

how many roses did she give away ? 13. If you have 10 pens, and should give 2 of them to

your sister, how many would you have left? 14. Albert solved 9 questions in arithmetic, and Alfred

2; how many did they both solve? 15. A farmer having 11 barrels of apples, sold 2 of them;

how
many

had he left? 16. A boy sold 10 peaches, and had 2 remaining; how

many had he at first 17. Mary bought 12 needles, and has broken 2 of them;

how many has she left ? 18. A farmer had 12 cows, and purchased 2 more ; how

many cows did he then have ? 19. Susan is 14 years old, and Jane is 12 ; how many years older is Susan than Jane ?

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