## Advanced Arithmetic, Part 2C. Scribner's Sons, 1911 |

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34.6 multiplied 75 cents acres altitude barrel bicycle wheel board feet board foot bought bushel canal carpeting celery cents a bushel circular circumference commission common fractions containing cord corn cubic feet cubic foot cylinder dealer decimal dimensions discount distance dollar dozen drill table DRY MEASURE expense farmer feet long Find the area Find the cost Find the interest Find the sum Find the total gain per cent gallons Gatun lake grade hundred hundredths hundredweight inches in diameter least common multiple long ton March 22 MEASURE miles MISCELLANEOUS PROBLEMS months number of cubic Oral ounces paid perimeter pitcher's plate postage potatoes pounds pupils quarts radius receive selling price sides sold square feet square foot square rods square yard Straits of Magellan thick thousandths tons total amount expended total number trapezium triangle weighing wide WRITTEN PROBLEMS

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