## Efficiency Arithmetic: Intermediate, Book 2This 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. 1920 edition. Excerpt: ...quarts? How many pecks are there in 40 quarts? 5. Small grapefruit are priced at one fruit store at 8 cents each. How many can be bought for 40 cents? How many for 56 cents? 6. Ethel paid 40 cents for 8 oranges. Each orange cost of 40 cents, or how many cents? 7. A party of 8 girls went nutting. They had a bushel basket full of nuts. They knew that there are 32 quarts in a bushel. Each girl measured out of the 32 quarts with a quart measuring cup. How many quarts did each one get? 8. A quart brick of ice cream may be cut into 8 thin slices. How many quarts of cream will be needed to serve a party of 32 children? 9. Mary's mother gave her 16 cookies to divide among seven playmates and herself. Each received J of 16 cookies, or--cookies. 10. How many pint bottles will a gallon of milk fill? (See problem 2.) How many gallons of milk are needed to fill 24 pint bottles? 11. Give the quotients: 8)40 8)32 8)16 8)48 8)24 8)56 8)72 8)80 8)64 8)8 8)56 8)72 12. Supply the missing numbers: of? = 4 of? = 5 i of? = 6 of? = 9 i of? = 8 i of? = 10 of? = 3 i of? = 2 of? = 7 DRILL EXERCISE Practice on these division facts until you can say each line of this exercise in at least 15 seconds: PRODUCTS CONTAINING THE FACTOR NINE 9 10 How many are nine 9's? Find the result 9 10 by adding the first column at the left. How 9 10 many are nine 10's? Then how many are 9 10 ten 9's? 9 10 9 10 Give the following products: 9 io Nine 3's =? Nine 2's =? 9 io Nine 7's =? Nine 10's =? 9 io Nine 1's =? Nine 6's =?---Nine 4's =? Nine 5's =? Nine 9's =? Nine 8's =? ORAL PROBLEMS 1. A high school had a service flag containing 8 rows of 9 stars in each row. How many stars were there on this service flag? 2. Eight basket ball teams entered a basket ball tournament.... |

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