Lesson XI

Addition problems and story problems with the number ONE. All about fruit and money! Raisins, pears, cherries, plums, peaches and pennies (cents)…


ADDITION

LESSON XI.

1 and 1 are 2               6 and 1 are 7

2 and 1 are 3               1 and 6 are 7

1 and 2 are 3               7 and 1 are 8

3 and 1 are 4               1 and 7 are 8

1 and 3 are 4               8 and 1 are 9

4 and 1 are 5               1 and 8 are 9

1 and 4 are 5               9 and 1 are 10

5 and 1 are 6               1 and 9 are 10

1 and 5 are 6               10 and 1 are 11

1 and 10 are 11

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1. Francis had 2 cents, and his mother gave him 1 cent more: how many had he then?

SOLUTION.–Francis has then 2 cents and 1 cent, which are 2 cents.

2. John had 1 raisin, and his sister gave him 3 raisins more: how many how many had he then?

3. Mary had 4 pears, and her mother gave her 1 pear more: how many had she then?

4. Jane had 1 cherry, and her brother gave her 5 cherries more: how many did she then have?

5. George has 6 cents, and John has 1 cent: how many cents have both?

6. William had 1 plum, and his cousin gave him 7 plums more: how many had he then?

7. There were 8 oranges on a dish, and 1 more orange was placed on it: how many were then on the dish?

8. Henry had 1 peach, and his mother gave him 9 more: how many had he then?

9. How many are 10 cents and 1 cent?

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