INTELLECTUAL ARITHMETIC. CHAPTER I. ADDITION. 1. 1. JAMES had 1 cent, and his father gave him 1 more; how many had he then? 2. If a slate pencil cost 2 cents, and a steel pen 1 cent, how many cents will both cost? 3. George spent 2 cents for candy, and had 2 cents left; how many cents had he at first? 4. A farmer sold a calf for 3 dollars, and a pig for 2 dollars; how many dollars did he receive for both? 5. Mary gave 2 cents for some tape, and 5 cents for a thimble; how many cents did she give for both? 6. Martin gave John 3 apples, and kept 4 for himself; how many apples had he at first? 7. There are 4 books on one desk, and 2 books on another; how many books on both desks? 8. If a lemon cost 3 cents, and an orange 5 cents, how many cents do both cost? 9. In a certain class there are 5 girls and 4 boys; how many pupils in the class? 10. Samuel had 3 marbles, and his brother gave him 3 more; how many did he then have? 11. Bought a barrel of apples for 2 dollars, and a cord of wood for 4 dollars; how many dollars did both cost? 1* (5) 3. 1. A man bought a calf for 7 dollars, and sold it for 3 dollars more than he gave for it; how much did he sell it for? 2. Bought a barrel of cider for 2 dollars, and 20 bushels of apples for 8 dollars; how many dollars did the whole cost? 3. If a coat cost 10 dollars, and a pair of panta boons 5 dollars, what will be the cost of both? 4. A merchant bought 4 boxes of black tea, and 7 boxes of green tea; how many boxes did he buy of both kinds? 5. A farmer sold 5 sheep to one man, and 9 to another; how many did he sell to both? 6. Ralph walked 4 miles and rode 10 miles; how many miles did he go ? 7. Philip answered 8 questions in geography, and Oliver 5; how many questions did both answer? 8. If a quart of chestnuts cost 10 cents, and a quart of walnuts 4 cents, what will be the cost of one quart of both? 9. 6 and 3 are how many? 4. 1. Eli paid 9 shillings for a pair of skates, and 6 shillings for a cap; how many shillings did he pay for both? ANALYSIS. Since Eli paid 9 shillings for a pair of skates, and 6 shillings for a cap, he im of 9 shillings and 6 shillings. ings and 6 shillings is 15 shillings. 15 shillings for both. paid for both, the The sum of 9 shilTherefore, he paid 2. A farmer sold some.oats for 7 dollars, and a ton of hay for 9 dollars; how many dollars did he receive for both? 3. Paid 8 cents for some raisins, and 6 cents for some cloves; how many cents did both cost? 4. Nancy is 10 years old; how old will she be 5 years from this time? 5. A lady paid 7 dollars for a shawl, and 6 dollars for a dress; what was the cost of both? 6. There are 9 boys in one class, and 7 in another; how many in both classes? 7. Margaret has 8 flower pots in one room, and 5 in another; how many has she in the two rooms? 8. If you read 10 pages to-day, and 7 pages to morrow, how many will you read in both days? 9. If a firkin of butter is worth 9 dollars, and two cords of wood are worth 8 dollars, what are both worth? 10. Myron has 6 young rabbits and 4 old ones; how many rabbits has he? 11. There are 10 birds sitting on one limb, and 9 on another; how many birds on both limbs? 12. A boy, having some peaches given him, put 8 into his hat, and 7 into his pockets; how many peaches were given him? 13. Edwin found 6 ripe pears under one tree, and 8 under another; how many pears did he find under both trees? 14. In one yard are 5 cows, and in another 7; how many cows in both yards? 15. If you work 8 examples in arithmetic to-day, and 8 more to-morrow, how many will you work in both days? 16. Robert gave 8 nuts to Henry, and kept 9; how many nuts had he at first? |