C. How many more are 1. 10 than 6? 2. 8 than 3? 3. 10 than 5 ? 4. 7 than 4? D. 1. 10-8? 2. 10—7? 5. 10—5 + 3? E. 1. A hunter shot 3 birds from one flock, 2 from another, and 5 from another. How many did he shoot in all ? 2. Anna says she has 10 picture-books, of which her mother gave her 3, her teacher gave her 1, her aunt gave her 1, her uncle gave her 1, and her father gave her the rest. How many did her father give her? 3. Eustis bought an orange for 4 cents, and an apple for 2 cents, giving in payment a dime. How many cents ought he to receive back? 4. Edward had a half-dime, a three-cent piece, and 2 cents. How many cents were they worth? He bought an apple for 2 cents, an orange for 3 cents, some candy for 1 cent, and some raisins for 3 cents. How many cents had he left? 5. Albert and Timothy went a-fishing one day. Albert caught 3 perch, 2 pickerel, and 4 trout. Timothy caught 2 perch, 3 pickerel, 3 trout, and 2 eels. How many fish did Albert catch ? How many did Timothy catch ? How many more did Timothy catch than Albert ? D. 1. 11-42 2. 11-2? 8. 11_3? E. 1. A person was shooting arrows at a target, and I observed that when he had shot 3 arrows, and placed another in his bow, there were 7 lying on the ground. How many were there in all? 2. William owned 3 arrows, George owned 2, and Rufus 5. How many did they all own? As they were playing with their bows and arrows, William lost 1 arrow, Rufus lost 1 and broke 1, and George found a very nice one, which some boy had lost. How many arrows had the boys then? 3. I bought an apple, giving in payment a dime, and receiving back a half-dime and a three-cent piece. What was the cost of the apple? 4. How many more are 5 + 4–2 + 4 than 6 + 5-8 + 4? 5. One beautiful afternoon in June, Emma and Hannah went out to gather wild flowers, and make boquets. Emma made 4 boquets, and Hannah made 5, when they put the rest of their flowers together, and made 2 very pretty boquets. How many boquets did they make in all? They gave 3 of the boquets to Hannah's mother, and 1 to her sister, 3 to Emma's aunt, and 2 to her teacher, after which, Emma took 1, and Hannah took the rest. How many did Hannah take ? D. 1. 12–4? 2. 12-3? 6. 12-9? E. 1. Alfred found a hen's nest, containing a large number of eggs. He took out 3, and then took out 4 more, when he found that there were 5 left. How many were there in the nest at first ? 2. Alice had 11 little chickens, but 2 of them died, 2 of them got lost, and a rat killed 3. How many then remained ? 3. Benjamin earned a half-dime, and found a three-cent piece and 4 cents. He spent 8 cents for a top, after which he received a present of 8 cents. How much money had he then? 4. Annie had 7 pictures, but she gave away 3 and afterwards received a present of 6. How many pictures did she have then? 5. Emma had 5 pictures, and received a present of 7 more, but she afterwards lost 3, and then gave what she had left to Susan. How many did she give to Susan? 6. Reuben had 3 cents. He earned 4 more by doing an errand, 2 by holding a gentleman's horse, and 3 by carrying a letter to the post-office. How many cents did he then have? He gave 3 cents to his brother Herbert, 2 to his sister Sarah, 3 to his cousin Hattie, 2 to his playmate Waldo, and kept the rest. How many did he keep? |