Copy and subtract the following: (6.) (7.) (8.) (9.) $69.84 $63.18 $36.27 $17.64 21.39 24.24 28.39 8.89 (10.) $33.64 17.25 (11.) $16.00 13.28 (12.) (13.) (14.) $28.76 18.87 (15.) $64.35 57.47 Arrange in columns and add : 16. $12.27, $15.34, $18.29, $64.38, $15.92, $2.68. 17. $8.37, $28.05, $36, $14.29, $25, $1.25. 18. $5.06, $2.18, $.34, $5.22, $18. 19. $3.25, $4.26, $8.35, $13, $15.92, $14.96. 20. $8.29, $1.34, $5.69, $8.34, $7.29, $6.84. 21. $14.24, $8, $3.46, $.75, $2.84, $7.50. $.08, How many are 22. 3 times $18.24? 23. 7 times $21.36? 24. 12 times $34.29 ? 25. 15 times $34.09 ? 26. 5 times $19.26 ? 27. 8 times $34.18 ? How many are What is What is LESSON LXXX. MEASURES OF LENGTH. The measures used in determining length, or the distance of one place from another, are called Measures of Length. 1. How many inches are there in 2 feet? In 3 feet? In 5 feet? In ļ of a foot ? In / of a foot? 2. How many feet are there in 24 inches? In 36 inches? In 48 inches? In 60 inches? In 72 inches? 3. How many feet are there in 3 yards? In 4 yards? In 8 yards? In 9 yards ? 4. How many inches are there in 1 yard? In 2 yards? In 4 yards ? 5. How many feet are there in 2 rods? In 2 rods and 5 feet? In 2 rods and 10 feet? In 2 rods and 2 yards? 6. How many rods are there in 2 miles? In 3 miles? In 5 miles ? 7. This line is 1 inch long LLLLLJ. Cut a string a foot in length. A yard in length. A rod in length. 8. Name two places a mile apart. Two miles. The measures used in measuring all kinds of liquids are called Liquid Measures. In estimating the capacity of cisterns, reservoirs, etc., 317 gallons are considered a barrel, and 63 gallons a hogshead. 1. Name some articles that are bought and sold by the gallon, quart, pint, or gill. 2. How many gills are there in 2 pints? In 3 pints? In 5 pints? In 10 pints? In 12 pints? 3. How many pints are there in 5 quarts? In 7 quarts? 6 quarts? 8 quarts ? 4. How many quarts are there in 5 gallons ? In 8 gallons ? 7 gallons ? 6 gallons ? 5. How many pints are there in 12 gills? In 16 gills? In 15 gills? In 21 gills? In 32 gills? 6. How many gallons are there in 12 quarts ? In 16 quarts? In 15 quarts? In 25 quarts ? The measures used in measuring grain, roots, fruit, etc., are called Dry Measures. In measuring coarse commodities the measure should be heaped. In measuring grain, seeds, etc., the measure should be even full. 1. Name some articles that are bought and sold by the bushel, peck, or quart ? 2. How many pints are there in 4 quarts? In 8 quarts? In 2 pecks? In 3 pecks? In 4 pecks? 3. How many pecks are there in 2 bushels ? In 5 bushels? In 8 bushels? In 10 bushels ? 4. How many quarts are there in 40 pints? In 60 pints? 5. How many bushels are there in 32 pecks? In 40 pecks? 6. What will 2 pecks of berries cost at 3 cents a pint ? LESSON LXXXIII. MEASURES OF WEIGHT. The weights used in measuring all coarse and heavy articles, as hay, grain, groceries, coal, flour, etc., and all the metals except gold and silver, and all drugs except medicines pounded in prescriptions, are called Avoirdupois Weights. com TABLE. 16 Ounces are equal to 1 Pound. 100 Pounds 1 Hundred-weight. 20 Hundred-weight 1 Ton. 1. How many ounces are there in 3 pounds ? In 5 pounds? 2. How many pounds are there in 7 hundredweight? In 9 hundred-weight? 3. How many pounds are there in 1 ton? In 2 tons? In 5 tons ? 4. How many tons are there in 6000 pounds ? 5. How many tons and hundred-weight are there in 4500 pounds? In 2900 pounds? 6. How many tons, hundred-weight, and pounds are there in 4625 pounds? In 2613 pounds? 7. What will 6 hundred-weight of sugar cost at 9 cents per pound ? At 10 cents per pound? |