MULTIPLICATION.

Multiplication practice with the number TWO. Story problems where everybody seems to be BUYING something. In fact, the only two people who don’t spend any money are *Harry* and *Emma!*…

MULTIPLICATION.

LESSON XL.

2 times 1 are 2 6 times 2 are 12

2 times 2 are 4 2 times 7 are 14

2 times 3 are 6 7 times 2 are 14

3 times 2 are 6 2 times 8 are 16

2 times 4 are 8 8 times 2 are 16

4 times 2 are 8 2 times 9 are 18

2 times 5 are 10 9 times 2 are 18

5 times 2 are 10 2 times 10 are 20

2 times 6 are 12 10 times 2 are 20

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1. When peaches are selling at 2 cents each, how much will 2 peaches cost?

*SOLUTION.–They will cost 2 times 2 cents, which are 4 cents.*

2. Frank bought 2 plums, at 3 cents each: how much did they cost?

3. How much must you pay for 4 yards of tape, at 2 cents a yard?

4. How much will 2 pounds of meat cost, at 5 cents a pound?

5. When lemons are selling at 6 cents each, how many cents will 2 lemons cost?

6. Sarah bought 2 yards of ribbon, at 7 cents a yard: how many cents did they cost?

7. William bought 8 sticks of candy, at 2 cents a stick: how many cents did they cost?

8. Harry has 9 cents, and Emma has 2 times as many: how many cents has Emma?

9. Jane bought 2 books at 10 cents each: how much did she pay for them?

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