Practical Arithmetic on the Inductive Plan; Including Oral and Written Exercises

Practical Arithmetic on the Inductive Plan; Including Oral and Written Exercises

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1899 edition. Excerpt: ... is 7 yards on each edge g. How many cubic feet in a block of marble 8 ftlpng, 7 ft. wide, and 4--ft. thick? 7 A grain bin is 9 ft. long, 6 ft. wide, and 4 ft. high. How many cu. ft. are there in it? How many cu. in.? How many bushels will it hold if a bushel contain 2218.19 cu. in.? J. What will it cost to dig a cellar 75 ft. long, 40 ft. wide, and 8 ft. deep, at 2-10 fr. per cu. yd.? S 9 How many bricks will it require to build a wall 35--ft. long, 9 ft. high, and 1--ft. thick, allowing22 bricks to a cubic foot? TURKISH CUBIC MEASURE 216 Cubic Parmaks (cu. p.) = 1 Cubic Ayak cu, ay. 64 Cubic Ayaks = 1 Cubic Arshin cu. ar. METRIC CUBIC MEASURE 3 I6-The unit for measuring many ordinary solids is the Ciibic Metro. TABLE 1000 Cu. Millimetres = 1 Cu. Centimetre 1000 Cu. Centimetres = 1 Cu. Decimetre 1000 Cu. Decimetres = 1 Cu. Metre 31 %. The unit for measuring wood and manylarge solids is the Stere. It is a cube whose edge is one metre. TABLE 1 Stere (st.) = 1 Cubic Metre cu. M. 10 Sleres = 1 Dekastere Dk. St. 318-Since in metric cubic measure 1000 units of any given denomination are required to make 1 unit of the next higher denomination, it is necessary in reduction ascending or descending to move the decimal point three places for each denomination passed over, or three times as far as in the reduction of measures of length. 31.9-In connection with the previous tables of measures the relative value of the English, Turkish and Metric measures are given. It is necessary that the student should know how to find such values for himself. The tables of Cubic Measure will be used to illustrate the process to be used. 320-1 Find the value of 45 cubic yards in Turkish measure. EXPLANATION, --Referring to the comparison of English and Turkish..show more

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  • 1236918851
  • 9781236918857