how much did he give for the whole ? How much less for the apples than for the potatoes ? 4. A man owing fifteen dollars, paid five dollars ; how much did he still owe ? 5. A man owing fourteen dollars, paid all but six dollars; how much did he pay? 6. A lady bought ten yards of ribbon, and nine yards of braid ; how many yards of both did she buy? How much more ribbon than 'braid ? 7. A man bought three sheep for fifteen dollars, and six lambs for five dollars; how many animals did he buy? How many more lambs than sheep? How many dollars did he pay for all ? 8. A boy bought sixteen marbles, but lost five of them; how many had he left ? 9. A boy having eighteen marbles, lost a part of them, and had twelve left; how many did he lose ? 10. A man bought a cow for twenty dollars, but could not sell her for so much by six dollars ; for what sum could he sell her? 11. Two boys, Richard and Martin, played at marbles. When they began to play they had eight marbles apiece, but when they finished their game, Richard had won three; how many marbles had each then? 12. A man bought eighteen pounds of sugar, and lost six pounds of it as he was carrying it home; how many pounds had he left? 13. A boy bought nineteen chickens, and a cat killed all but ten of them ; how many did the cat kill? 14. A merchant bought a firkin of butter for eighteen dollars, but, it being damaged, he sold it again for fourteen dollars; how much did he lose ? 15. A farmer bought a colt for fifteen dollars ; he paid five dollars for keeping it, and then sold it for twenty-three dollars ; how much did he gain ? 16. Ten boys and nine boys are how many boys ? 17. Ten birds and nine birds are how many birds ? LESSON IV. 1. Two and one are how many ? 2. Two and two are how many ? 3. Four and two are how many ? 4. Seven and two are how many ? 5. Five and two are how many ? 6. Nine and two are how many ? 7. Six and two are how many ? 8. Eight and two are how many ? 9. Three and two are how many ? 10. Ten and two are how many ? 11. Two and three are how many ? 12. Six and three are how many ? 13. Four and three are how many ? 14. Seven and three äre how many ? 15. Three and three are how many ? 16. Five and three are how many ? 17. Eight and three are how many ? 18. Ten and three are how many ? 19. Nine and three are how many ? 20. Five and four are how many ? 21. Two and four are how many ? 22. Four and four are how many ? 23. Three and four are how many ? 24. Six and four are how many ? 25. Nine and four are how many ? 26. Seven and four are how many ? 27. Ten and four are how many? 28. Eight and four are how many ? 29. Two and five are how many ? 30. Three and six are how many ? 31. Six and five are how many ? 32. Seven and six are how many ? 33. Nine and six are how many ? 34. Eight and five are how many? 35. Five and five are how many ? 36. Four and six are how many ? 37. Six and six are how many ? 38. Nine and five are how many ? 39. Eight and six are how many ? 40. Six and ten are how many ? 41. Seven and eight are how many ? 42. Eight and nine are how many ? 43. Ten and eight are how many ? 44. Eight and seven are how many ? 45. Nine and nine are how many ? 46. Ten and five are how many ? 47. Ten and seven are how many ? 48. Nine and eight are how many ? 49. Ten and ten are how many ? 50. Three and ten are how many ? 51. Seven and seven are how many ? -52. Five and seven are how many ? 53. Nine and seven are how many ? 54. Eight and eight are how many ? 55. Three and eight are how many ? 56. Seven and ten are how many ? 57. Two and ten are how many ? 58. Four and ten are how many ? 59. Two and eight are how many ? 60. Four and seven are how many ? 61. Four and eight are how many ? 62. Nine and ten are how many ? LESSON V. 1. TAREE less two are how many ? 2. Five less one are how many ? 3. Six less three are how many ? 4. Six less two are how many ? 5. Seven less five are how many ? 6. Six less four are how many ? 7. Eight less three are how many ? 8. Eight less five are how many ? 9. Nine less one are how many ? 10. Nine less five are how many ? 11. Five less three are how many ? 12. Nine less three are how many ? 13. Ten less two are how many ? 14. Eight less six are how many ? 15. Eight less two are how many ? 16. Ten less seven are how many ? 17. Eleven less ten are how many ? 18. Eleven less six are how many ? 19. Ten less five are how many ? 20. Ten less nine are how many ? 21. Twelve less six are how many ? 22. Twelve less nine are how many 7? 23. Eight less four are how many ? 24. Thirteen less six are how many ? 25. Thirteen less two are how many ? 26. Fifteen less ten are how many ? 27. Twenty less ten are how many ? 28. Sixteen less six are how many ? 29. Sixteen less ten are how many ? 30. Fifteen less four are how many ? 31. Eighteen less eight are how many ? 32. Eighteen less ten are how many ? 33. Nineteen less one are how many ? 34. Seventeen less three are how many ? 35. Seventeen less ten are. how many ? 36. Eighteen less six are how many y? 37. Nineteen less nine are how many ? 38. Twenty less five are how many ? 39. Twenty-five less five are how many ? 40. Twenty-six less three are how many ? 41. Eight and six, less four, are how many ? 42. Ten and eight, less six, are how many? 43. Four and nine, less seven, are how many ? 44. Sixteen and six, less two, are how many ? three; LESSON VI. 1. TRREE boys, James, William, and George, went a fishing. James caught six fishes, William caught four, and George caught three; how many did they all catch ? How many more did James catch than George ? 2. Three girls, Mary, Ella, and Frances, gave some flowers to their teacher. Mary gave her seven ; Ella, 1 and Frances, four: how many flowers did the teacher receive? How many less did Ella give than Mary? 3. Joseph had seven peaches ; David, seven; and Thomas, nine. Joseph gave two to George, David gave him three, and Thomas gave him one ; how many peaches did each of the boys then have ? 4. A boy gave five apples to one of his companions ; to another, eight; to another, three; and kept four himself: how many had he at first ? 5. A generous boy having eighteen peaches, gave three of them to one companion, six to another, and five to another; how many did he give away? How many did he keep? 6. A man paid three dollars for some sugar, six dollars for two barrels of apples, ten dollars for a barrel of flour, and had six dollars left ; how had he at first ? 7. A boy having twenty-five cents, paid ten cents for a melon, four cents for an orange, and gave away six cents ; how many cents had he remaining ? 8. A boy bought a ball for sixteen cents; he gave ten cents to have it covered, and then sold it for thirtytwo cents ; how much did he gain by the bargains ? 9. A man bought a cow for eighteen dollars ; he paid nine dollars for pasturing her, and then sold her for twenty-five dollars ; how much did he lose by the bargains ? many dollars |