# Lesson XXXVI, pt. 1

These problems have us adding the first two numbers together, and then subtracting the third…  You can do this!

LESSON XXXVI.

1. How many are  2  and  5,  less  3 ?

SOLUTION.– 2  and  5  are  7;  7  less  3  are  4.

2. How many are  3  and  3,  less  4 ?

3. How many are  8  and  9,  less  7 ?     9  and  8,  less  10 ?

4. How many are  7  and  10,  less  8 ?     10  and  7,  less  9 ?

5. How many are  3  and  4,  less  5 ?     5  and  2,  less  4 ?

6. How many are  2  and  6,  less  3 ?     5  and  3,  less  4 ?

7. How many are  7  and  9,  less  6 ?     10  and  6,  less  8 ?

8. How many are  3  and  5,  less  6 ?     4  and  4,  less 6 ?

9. How many are  6  and  10,  less  9 ?     10  and  6,  less  7 ?

10. How many are 8  and  10,  less  9 ?     9  and  9,  less  10 ?

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11. How many are  3  and  9,  less  10 ?     9  and  3,  less  7 ?

12. How many are  7  and  7,  less  5 ?     8  and  5,  less  6 ?

13. How many are  4  and  8,  less 9 ?     5  and  9,  less 7 ?

14. How many are  6  and 7, less  3 ?     7  and  8,  less  5 ?

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(continued in Lesson XXXVI, part 2)

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