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ORAL AND WRITTEN.
ARRANGED TO SUIT PRESENT GRADATION OF School WORK
EDWARD GIDEON, A, M.,
Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1901, by
ELDREDGE & BROTHER, in the Office of the Librarian of Congress, at Washington.
the pupils of Elementary Schools. For this reason the range of topics is limited, but the treatment of each is so full, especially in the fundamental rules and in fractions, as to insure facility and accuracy in performing such computations as are most likely to occur in ordinary business transactions.
This book is designed to follow the Model Elementary Arithmetic, Part I., but it may be used by pupils who have completed any Primary Arithmetic and who are familiar with the four fundamental rules of Arithmetic.
The peculiar features of this, and of the other books of the series, are embraced in the following statements :
First. Forms or models of analysis, correct in expression and logical in reasoning.
Second. Definitions, clear and brief.
Third. In each new subject full solutions of typical examples, combined with proper analytical explanations.
Fourth. Frequent drill exercises to insure accuracy and rapidity.
Fifth. Numerous examples showing the practical application of rules to business and mechanical pursuits.
Sixth. Frequent reviews, in order that pupils may be helped to organize knowledge previously acquired.
EXERCISES IN THE ELEMENTARY RULES.
NOTATION AND NUMERATION.
1. Express by figures the numbers :
Six thousand. Seven thousand, three hundred. Nine thousand, one hundred twenty. Three thousand, eight hundred two.
Four thousand, six hundred. Nine thousand, eightytwo. Eight thousand, sixty-four.
Forty thousand, seven hundred ninety. Ninety thousand, four hundred six.
Seventy thousand, five hundred seven. Seventy thousand, ten. Thirty thousand, ninety-eight. Ninety thousand, one.
Seventy thousand, three. Fifty thousand, five.
Four hundred thousand. Three hundred five thousand. Seven hundred thousand, five hundred. Four hundred
thousand, thirty. One hundred thousand, nine hundred eighty. Three hundred thousand, eight hundred seventy. Five hundred thousand, sixty.
Seven million, three hundred thousand. Four million, six hundred fifty thousand.
Eight million, thirty-seven thousand. Nine million, one thousand, eight hundred. Five million, five thousand, five.