9. If a boy gives 4 cents for 1 orange, how many cents will he give for 2 oranges ? 2 X 4=? 10. A lumberman put 4 logs in the river each day for 3 days. How many logs did he put in the river? How many are 3 times 4? 3 X4=? 11. If there are 4 crows sitting on each of 4 limbs of a tree, how many crows are there on the tree? 4 X 4=? How many are 4 times 4? 12. What will 5 tons of hay cost at 4 dollars a ton ? 5 X4=? 13. 6 X4=? 7 X4=? 8 X4=? 9 X4=? 14. How many girls are there in 10 groups of 4 girls each ? 10 X4=? 15. If a man can walk 4 miles in an hour, how far can he walk in 6 hours ? 6 X 4= ? 16. Form the multiplication tables of threes and fours. TABLES. 1 X3= 3 6 X3=18 2 X3= 6 7 X3=21 3X3= 9 8 X3=24 4X3=12 9 X3=27 5 X3=15 10 X3=30 1 X 4= 4 6 X4=24 2 X 4= 8 7 X4=28 3 X4=12 8 X4=32 4X4=16 9X4=36 5 X4=20 10 X4=4) LESSON XXXV. 1. If 1 man builds 2 rods of fence in one day, how many rods can 5 men build in the same time? 2. If a shoe-maker makes 4 pairs of shoes in 1 day, how many pairs will he make in 6 days? 6 X4=? 3. If a turner can turn 3 rolling-pins in 1 minute, how many can he turn in 8 minutes ? 8X3=? 4. If a woman sells 4 quarts of milk a day, how many quarts does she sell in 9 days? 9X4=? 5. In 1 pint there are 4 gills. How many gills are there in 5 pints? 5X4=? 6. A boy bought 4 pints of chestnuts at 3 cents a pint, and sold them for 20 cents. How much did he gain? 4X3=? 7. (5 X 3)+(3 X 4)= ? (4 X 2) +(6 X 3)=? 8. If a boy husks 3 bushels of corn in 1 hour, how many bushels will he husk in 7 hours ? 7 X3= ? 9. If 2 yards of lace will make 1 curtain, how many yards are required to make 4 curtains ? 10. In 1 bushel there are 4 pecks. How many pecks are there in 7 bushels ? 7X4=? 11. How many are 9 times 2?7X 2? 5 X 2? 12. If there are 4 blades in 1 pocket-knife, how many blades are there in 10 such knives? 10 X4=? 13. What will be the cost of 9 historical charts at 3 dollars each ? 9 X3=? 14. If in 1 field there are 4 acres, how many. acres are there in 4 such fields ? 4X4=? SLATE EXERCISES. Copy and multiply the following: 3 2 4 3 2 4 coco 4 5 LESSON XXXVI. 1. John gave 5 cents apiece to each of 2 beggars. How much did he give to both ? 2 X5=? 2. If a boat sails 5 miles in 1 hour, how far will she sail in 3 hours? 3 X5=? ? 3. In each of 4 nests there are 5 eggs. How many eggs are there in the 4 nests? How many are 4 times 5? 4 X 5=? 4. What will 5 barrels of flour cost at 5 dollars a barrel? 5 X 5=? 5. A cartman can draw 5 barrels of salt at 1 load, How many barrels can he draw in 6 loads? How many are 6 times 5? 6. What will 7 bunches of matches cost at 5 cents a bunch ? 7 X 5 = ? 7. How many are 8 times 5 ? How many are 9 times 5 ? 8. How many cents are there in 10 five-cent pieces? 10 X 5=? 9. 4 X 5=? 3 X5=? 7 X 5=? 8 X 5=? 10. There are 6 lamps on each of 2 shelves. How many lamps are there on both shelves ? 2 X 6=? 11. If 6 bushels of wheat can be ground in 1 hour, how many bushels can be ground in 3 hours? How many are 3 times 6 ? 12. If a boy writes 6 lines in his writing-book tach day for 4 days, how many lines will he write ? How many are 4 times 6 ? 13. If a man pays 6 dollars at 5 different times, how many dollars will he pay ? 5 X 6=? 14. How many are 6 times 6? How many are 7 times 6? 15. In 1 package there are 6 drawing-pencils. How many pencils are there in 8 such packages ? 8 X 6=? 16. How many are 9 times 6? 10 times 6 are how many ? 17. Form the multiplication tables of fives and sixes. TABLES. 1 x 5= 5 6 X 5=30 2x5=10 7X5=35 3 X5=15 8 X 5=40 4 X 5 = 20 9 X5=45 5 X 5=25 10 X 5=50 1 x 6= 6 6 X 6=36 2 X 6=12 7X 6=42 3 x 6=18 8 X 6=48 4 X 6=24 9 X 6=54 5 X 6=30 10 X 6=60 LESSON XXXVII. 1. If a croquet-player drives a ball through 2 arches at each stroke, through how many arches will he drive it by 3 strokes ? 3 X 2=? 2. How many are 9 sleds, 2 sleds, and 8 sleds ? 3. A boy who shot 18 prairie-chickens, gave 2 to George, 3 to Henry, and 7 to Caspar. How many had he left? 18—(2+3+7)=? 4. A man bought 6 bushels of wheat at 2 dollars a bushel, and 8 bushels of barley at 1 dollar a bushel. What did he pay for both ? 5. How many soldiers are there in 4 squads of 5 soldiers each ? 6. (6 X 2) +(8X1)=? (3X5)+(4X1)=? 7. (4x2)+(3X3)=? (2X5)+(2X3)=? 8. How many feet have 4 dogs ? 7 dogs ? 9. How many eyes have 6 horses? 9 horses? 10. How many legs have 6 rabbits ? 8 rabbits? 11. How many wings have 10 birds? 7 birds? 12. From a bin containing 16 bushels of potatoes 4 bushels were taken at one time, and 6 at another. How many bushels remained in the bin? 13. A woman had a jar of butter, containing 20 pounds. She used 5 pounds one. week, 6 pounds the next week, and the remainder the third week. How much did she use the third week ? 14. There are 3 feet in 1 yard. How many feet are there in 7 yards ? 15. 10+6—(4 X 2)=? 12—3+(5 X 6)=? |