Hamilton's Arithmetics Volume 2

Hamilton's Arithmetics Volume 2

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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. 1913 edition. Excerpt: ...--The normal temperature of the body of a person in good health should be 98.6 degrees. 43. The weather bureau in Atlantic City, N.J., for three days shows the following rainfall: Monday, .97 in.; Tuesday, 1.37 in.; Wednesday, .37 in. Find the total rainfall for the three days. 44. The rainfall in Chicago for five days was as follows: Monday, .25 in.; Tuesday, 1.3 in.; Wednesday, nothing; Thursday, 1.07 in.; Friday, 1.09 in. Find the rainfall for the five days. 45. A man bought 3 pieces of land, which a surveyor measured in acres and thousandths of an acre, as follows: .037 acres;.879 acres; and 1.089 acres. How much land in all did be buy? 46. The French franc is equal to $.193; the German mark to $.238; the English shilling to $.243. How much greater is our quarter in value than each of the other pieces? 47. A man owns a triangular piece of land. The perimeter of the triangle is 371.79 ft. Two of the sides are as follows: 97.9 ft.; 121.39 ft. Find the other side. 48. A dairyman tested the milk of 5 cows. Spot showed 4.3 lb. of bvMer fat to every 100 lb. of milk; White Star showed 3.93 lb.; Glory showed 4.75 lb.; Beauty showed 4.2 lb.; and Princess showed 3.99 lb. Find the total number of pounds of butter fat in 500 lb. of milk, 100 lb. from each cow. MULTIPLICATION OF DECIMALS Oral Work 1. Multiply 1.5 by 4. 2. How many are 5 x.3? 5 x.03? 5 x.003? 3. When a decimal is multiplied by an integer, what do you observe about the number of decimal places in the product? Multiplying by 10, 100, 1000, etc., by moving the decimal point. 1. Multiply 5.25 by 10; by 100; by 1000. Study of Problem 10x5.25 = 52.50 a. How may we multiply a decimal by 100x5.25 = 525.00 10? by 100? by 1000? 1000 v 9--WiO 00 ' How is the value of a number affected--' by moving the...show more

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  • Paperback | 44 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 2mm | 95g
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  • English
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  • 1236488725
  • 9781236488725