Elementary Arithmetic for the Slate; In Which Methods and Rules Are Based Upon Principles Established by Induction

Elementary Arithmetic for the Slate; In Which Methods and Rules Are Based Upon Principles Established by Induction

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1869 edition. Excerpt: ...made from one quart of milk, how much butter can be made from 9 quarts?.765 of a pound. 6. A farmer put 8 loads of hay in a stack, and each load weighed.9375 of a ton. How many tons of hay in the stack? (7) (8) (9) (10) 210.735 63404 19.125 250.375 9 6 8 6 11. What is the product of 16.24 multiplied by Solution Oi 14 PfiOBLEM 11. 12. If a man builds 2.5 rods of stone-wall in one '14 day, how many rods can he build in 18 days? 45. Qqq 13. If a mason can plaster 145.75 square yards of wall in a day, how many yards can he plaster in 26 days? 8789.5. 14. A merchant bought 39 pieces of sheeting, each piece containing 40.25 yards. How many yards did he buy? 15. What is the weight of 47 ream's of printing-paper, each ream weighing 38.125 pounds? 1791.875 pounds. 16. How many rods of ditch will a laborer dig in 64 days, if he digs 7.38 rods each day? 472.82. 17. A jeweler made 85 finger rings, using.0225 of an ounce of gold for each ring. How much gold did he use? 1.9125 ounces. 18. A farmer sheared 113 sheep, and the fleeces averaged 4.0625 pounds. What was the amount of his wool clip? 459.0625 pounds. 19. If a gardener can raise 405 bushels of onions on one acre of ground, how many bushels can he raise on 3.276 acres? 20. How much is 7 million times 7 millionths? 49. 21. If 94.2 tons of iron are required for one mile of railroad, how many tons will be required for a road 164.25 miles long? CASH II. Each Factor a Decimal or a Mixed Number. 137. If from a board 1 foot square a part be taken, 7 tenths of a foot long and 5 tenths of a foot wide, the area of the part may be found by multiplying its length by its breadth. By the diagram it will be seen that the square foot contains 10 times 10, or 100 small...show more

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  • English
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  • 1236526023
  • 9781236526021