Lesson XXXVI, pt. 1

ADDITION AND SUBTRACTION

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


ADDITION AND SUBTRACTION.

LESSON XXXVI.

ADDITION AND SUBTRACTION.

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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