# Lesson XL

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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