D. 1. 8-2-2-2? 2. 18—2-2-2? 5. 9 + 6 +3-4? E. 1. One “ Fourth of July,” Robert's father gave him a dime, his mother gave him a half-dime, and his uncle gave him a three-cent piece; but he exchanged them for their value in cents. How many cents did he receive for them? 2. Henry had 18 cents. He paid 8 cents for a bunch of crackers, and 4 cents for torpedoes, and then gave the rest of his money to see some animals, which were exhibited in a tent. How many cents did he give to see the animals? 3. Mr. Gay owns a garden, a pasture, a woodlot, and an orchard. His garden contains 3 acres, his pasture 6 acres, his wood-lot 4 acres, and his orchard enough to make up 18 acres. . acres does his orchard contain ? 4. Simon earned 6 cents by doing errands, 5 cents by holding a gentleman's horse, and 3 cents by delivering a letter. How many cents did he earn in all? How many more cents must he get to have enough to buy a slate for 12 cents, a pencil for 2 cents, and a sponge for 4 cents ? 5. I had 17 dollars this morning, but I have since bought a hat for 4 dollars, and a pair of boots for 6 dollars. I have also received 11 dollars which a friend owed me, and paid a debt of 7 dollars. How much money have I now? How many B. How many more are1. 9 than 2? 4. 8 than 3? 2. 19 than 2 ? 5. 18 than 3? 3. 19 than 12 ? 6. 18 than 13? C. 1. 4+3 +4 +5? 2. 8 +3 + *= - 19? 6. 4+6+ * = 19 ? 7. 9 + 3 +5—* =8? 8: 10 +4+4-*=11? 9. 3+3+3+3+3 +3? 10. 1+3+3+3+3 + 3? D. 1. One day, Edward and Susan saw a flock of wild geese, which contained just 19. Some sportsmen shot 4 of them, which so frightened the rest, that 6 of them flew towards the east, and the remainder towards the west. How many flew towards the west? 2. Frank has money enough to buy a pencil for 3 cents, a pen for 6 cents, some ink for 4 cents, and an inkstand for 5 cents. How much money has he? 3. Frank's sister has money enough to buy a pen, and inkstand like Frank's, and 5 cents worth of paper. How many cents has she? 4. Walter and Reuben had each 12 cents, but Walter earned 5 cents by doing an errand, and Reuben spent 5 cents for confectionery. How many cents had each of the boys then? How many more had Walter than Reuben? 5. Carrie has hemmed 3 handkerchiefs for her father, 3 for her mother, 2 for her brother Charles, 4 for her “Uncle Isaac," and 4 for her “Uncle Dana." How many has she hemmed in all? How many less than her sister Lizzie, who has hemmed 19? How many more than her sister Emma, who has hemmed 12 ? 6. Martha cut out 6 paper dolls, Susan cut out 3 more than Martha, and Jane cut out 5 less than Susan. How many did Susan cut out? How many did Jane? How many did they all cut out? 7. How many more are 5+3+4+7-4-2 than 18-3-7-5+4? 4* C. 1. 3+5+7+4? 2. 2 +9+4+5? 3. 6+7+3 +4? 4. 2+1+4+8+4? 5. 4+9+2 +2 +2? 6. 2+4+4+4+4? 7. 2+2+2+2+2+2+2 +2 +2+2 ? 8. 1+2+2+2+2+2+2+2+2+2? 9. 3+3+3+3+3+3 ? 10. 1+3+3+3+3+3+3? 11. 2+ 3+3+3 +3+3+3 ? 2-2-2 2 -2-2 -2-2-2-2? How many How many D. 1. Little Willie had 20 toy-soldiers. He placed 3 in front for officers, and then arranged the rest in rows, placing 7 in the first row, 6 in the second, and the rest in the third. did he place in the third row? 2. Arthur was telling his mother about the boys who went to his school. He said that 4 of them had neither hoops nor kites, that 6 had kites only, that 7 had hoops only, and that 3, including himself, had both hoops and kites, and this comprised all the boys in the school. boys were there in the school? 3. Isaac and Francis were playing ball with Augustus and Reuben. Isaac caught the ball 11 times, and Francis caught it 9 times. Augustus caught it 10 times, and Reuben 7 times. How many times did Isaac and Francis together catch it? How many times did Augustus and Reuben catch it? How many more times did Isaac and Francis catch it than Augustus and Reuben? 4. Three idle boys, Thomas, Joseph, and Samuel, were disputing about their examples. Samuel said he performed 6 examples on Monday, 3 on Tuesday, and 5 on Wednesday. Joseph said he performed 3 on Monday, 5 on Tuesday, and 6 on Wednesday. |