much a mile did he pay for both? How much for the horse 8 miles? How much for the gig 8 miles ?—Then how much for the horse and gig, both 8 miles? 8. 10 and what number make 16? How many are 8 times 10? 8 times 6? How many are 80 and 48?—Then 8 times 16 are how many? 9. If a man gather 10 barrels of apples, and a boy 7 barrels, in a day, how many barrels do they both gather? How many barrels can the man gather in 9 days? How many barrels can the boy gather in 9 days?-Then how many barrels can they both gather in 9 days? 10. 10 and what number make 17? How many are 9 times 10? 9 times 7? How many are 90 and 63 ?— Then 9 times 17 are how many ? 11. If a man eat 10 ounces of meat in a day, and his wife eat 8 ounces, how many ounces do they both eat in a day? How many ounces will the man eat in 4 days? How many ounces will the wife eat in 4 days?—Then how many ounces will they both eat in 4 days? 12. 10 and what number make 18? How many are 4 times 10? 4 times 8? How many are 40 and 32 ?— Then 4 times 18 are how many? 13. If a company of soldiers march 10 miles in the forenoon, and 9 miles in the afternoon, how many miles do they march in a day? How many miles would they march in 6 forenoons? How many in six afternoons ?Then how many miles in 6 days? 14. 10 and what number make 19? How many are 6 times 10? 6 times 9? How many are 60 and 54 ?—— Then 6 times 19 are how many? 15. How many are 6 times 10? 6 times 2?-Then how many are 6 times 12? 16. How many are 7 times 10? 7 times 3?-Then how many are 7 times 13? 17. How many are 8 times 10? 8 times 4?-Then how many are 8 times 14? 18. How many are 9 times 10? 9 times 5? Then how many are 9 times 15? 19. How many are 10 times 10? 10 times 6?—Then how many are 10 times 16? 20. How many are 3 times 10? 3 times 7?—Then how many are 3 times 17? 21. How many are 2 times 10? 2 times 8?-Then how many are 2 times 18? 22. How many are 5 times 10? 5 times 9? Then how many are 5 times 19 ? 23. How many are 4 times 10? 4 times 9?- Then how many are 4 times 19 ? SECTION 3. 1. Albert spends 11 cents every month, for stationary. How many cents will he spend in 3 months? 2. How many are 2 times 11? 3 times 11? 4 times 11? 5 times 11? 6 times 11? 7 times 11? 8 times 11? 9 times 11? 10 times 11? 3. If you should write 11 copy-lines every day, how many copy-lines would you write in 10 days? 4. If a pound of Malaga raisins cost 12 cents, how many cents will 4 pounds of raisins cost? 5. How many are 2 times 12? 3 times 12? 4 times12? 5 times 12? 6 times 12? 7 times 12? 8 times 12? 9 times 12? 10 times 12? 6. If you should read 12 verses every morning, how many verses would you read in 9 mornings? 7. Suppose a steam boat will go 13 miles in an hour;how many miles will it go in 5 hours? 8. How many are 2 times 13? 3 times 13? 4 times 13? 5 times 13? 6 times 13? 7 times 13? 8 times 13? 9 times 13? 10 times 13? 9. If a labourer can earn 13 dollars in a month, how many dollars can he earn in 8 months? 10. If it take 14 men to navigate one ship, how many men will it take to navigate 6 ships? 11. How many are 2 times 14? 3 times 14? 4 times 14? 5 times 14? 6 times 14? 7 times 14? 8 times 14? 9 times 14? 10 times 14? 12. If a pound of honey be worth 14 cents, how many cents are 7 pounds of honey worth? 13. If a carpenter can make 15 hat boxes in a day, how many hat boxes can he make in 2 days? 14. How many are 2 times 15? 3 times 15? 4 times 15? 5 times 15? 6 times 15? 7 times 15? 8 times 15? times 15? 10 times 15? 15. If a shoemaker make 15 pairs of shoes in a week how many pairs will he make in 10 weeks? 16. How much would a man earn in 3 months, provid ed his wages were 16 dollars a month? 17. How many are 2 times 16? 3 times 16? 4 times 16? 5 times 16? 6 times 16? 7 times 16? 8 times 16? 9 times 16? 10 times 16? 18. How much would a man spend in 9 months, if his xpenses were 16 dollars a month? 19. If 17 barrels of flour can be carried on one wagon, how many barrels may be carried on 4 wagons? 20. How many are 2 times 17? 3 times 17? 4 times 17? 5 times 17? 6 times 17? 7 times 17? 8 times 17? 9 times 17? 10 times 17? 21. If one hogshead of molasses be worth 17 dollars, what is the value of 8 hogsheads of molasses? 22. If 5 men should pay me 18 dollars apiece, how many dollars should I receive from them all? 23. How many are 2 times 18? 3 times 18? 4 times 18? 5 times 18? 6 times 18? 7 times 18? 8 times 18? 9 times 18? 10 times 18? 24. If I should pay to 7 men, 18 dollars apiece, how many dollars should I pay to all of them? 25. How much would a farmer get for 3 cows, if he should sell them for 19 dollars apiece? 26. How many are 2 times 19? 3 times 19? 4 times 19? 5 times 19? 6 times 19? times 19? 10 times 19? 7 times 19? 8 times 19? 9 27. If you answer 19 questions at every recitation, how many would you answer in reciting 6 times? 28. Paper is generally packed in reams, of 20 quires each. How many quires are there in 4 reams ? 29. How many are 2 times 20? 3 times 20? 4 times 20? 5 times 20? 6 times 20? 7 times 20? 8 times 20? 9 30. If a trader make 20 cents on every pound of tea he sells, how much will he make on 5 pounds. SECTION 4. 1. An ounce is a small weight, 16 of which make pound. How many ounces of tea are there in 3 pounds and 9 ounces of tea? Solution. In 1 pound there are 16 ounces, and in 3 pounds there are 3 times 16 ounces. 3 times 16 ounces are 48 ounces. 48 ounces and 9 ounces are 57 ounces. 2. How many ounces in 8 pounds and 4 ounces ? 3. 20 penny-weights of gold make 1 ounce. How ma ny penny-weights in 4 ounces and 13 penny-weights ? 4. How many penny-weights are there in 6 ounces and 9 penny-weights? 5. The brewer sells his beer by the firkin, and a firkin holds as much as 9 gallon measures. How many gallons are there in 10 firkins and 6 gallons? 6. In 7 firkins and 3 gallons, how many gallons? 7. 40 rods, measured by a surveyor's chain, make 1 furlong. How many rods in 3 furlongs and 17 rods? 8. In 4 furlongs and 8 rods, how many rods? 9. There are 12 months in a year. are there in 6 years and 6 months? How many months 10. In 9 years and 10 months, how many months? 11. 4 pecks of oats, peas, beans, or any other dry commodity, make 1 bushel. How many pecks of wheat are there in 6 bushels and 3 pecks? 12. In 10 bushels and 1 peck, how many pecks? 13. 12 pence, in English money, make 1 shilling. How many pence are there in 8 shillings and 6 pence? 14. In 10 shillings and 9 pence, how many pence? 15. 10 cents, in Federal money, make 1 dime. many cents are there in 7 dimes and 6 cents? How 6. In 4 dimes and 8 cents, how many cents? 17. In 1 month there are 30 days. How many days are there in 3 months and 15 days? 84 91 98 105 112 119 126 133 140 84 88 96 104 112 120 128 136 144 152 160 9 18 27 36 45 54 63 72 81 90 99 108 117 126 135 144 153 162 171 180 100 110 120 130 140 150 160 170 180 190 200 When two or more numbers are multiplied together, they are called Factors; and the number arising from them is called their Product. For example, 3 and 4 are factors, 12 being their product. In this table, the numbers in the top line, and those in the left hand column, stand as factors. The product of any two factors appears in the table, directly under one factor in the top line, and off against the factor in the left column. |