13 sheep. 13 sheep. 13. XIII. 7. 7 + 6? 4. 3+4+ *= = 13? 4. 6 from 13? D. 1. 13 — *=7? 2. 13- =8? -*=4? 4. 13. = 9? --*=6? -*=5? E. 1. Mr. Green owns 13 sheep, and Mr. Allen owns 7. How many more does Mr. Green own than Mr. Allen? If Mr. Green should sell 4 sheep to Mr. Allen, how many would each have? 2. A farmer had 3 sheep in one pasture, 5 in another, and 4 in another. How many did he have in all ? 3. A farmer who had 13 sheep, drove 6 of them into one pasture, 2 into another, and the rest into another? How many did he drive into the last pasture? 4. John says that he has money enough to buy an orange for 3 cents, an apple for 2 cents, some candy for 2 cents, some nuts for 3 cents, and still have 3 cents left to give you if you will tell him how many cents he has. What will you tell him ? 5. Is there any little girl or boy in this class who can answer so hard a question as “How many are 3+4+5-6-4+8+3--7-6+5+4+3?” ' 6. A little boy had 13 marbles. He lost 4, and gave away 3, when, finding that it was schooltime, he put the rest into a box. How many did he put in the box? When he came from school, his father gave him 6 marbles which he put into the box with the others. How many marbles had he then ? E. 1. A truckman had a load of 14 barrels. He unloaded 6 at the store of Shaw & Co., 3 at a railroad depot, and the rest at the store of Saunders & Brown. How many did he unload at the last place? 2. Not long after, the same truckman had a load of 13 barrels, and he unloaded 4 of them at one place, and 3 at another, after which he took on his truck 8 barrels more. How many had he then on his load ? 3. Susan says that she has 6 books without pictures, and 7 books with pictures. How many books has she in all ? 4. Austin has 14 books. Waldo had 6, but his mother gave him 3 more, and his father gave him enough to make as many as Austin. How many did his father give him ? 5. One day, Henry went out to look for chestnuts. He found 6 under one tree, 3 under another, and 5 under another. How many did he find in all ? 6. Nathan found 13 chestnuts, and after eating 8 of them, and finding 6 more, he went home, carrying his chestnuts with him. How many did he carry home? 7. Simon found 14 chestnuts. He gave 3 of them to his father, 3 to his mother, 3 to his little sister Lucy, 3 to his sister Myra, and the rest to his brother Francis. How many did he give to Francis ? A. 1. 10 +5? 2. 5 + 10? 3. 9 + 6? 5. 8+7? B. 1. 8 from 15 ? 2. 6 from 15 ? 4. 7 from 15 ? C. 1. 15—7 +3? 2. 15—6+4? 4. 8+2+5–7? D. 1. 15— *=7? 2, 15 -*=6? 4. 15 — *=5? |