Addition and story problems with the number FIVE. Chickens, chairs, blocks and balls, boys, fruit and of course, *money* (cents)!

ADDITION.

LESSON XV.

5 and 1 are 6 5 and 6 are 11

1 and 5 are 6 6 and 5 are 11

5 and 2 are 7 5 and 7 are 12

2 and 5 are 7 7 and 5 are 12

5 and 3 are 8 5 and 8 are 13

3 and 5 are 8 8 and 5 are 13

5 and 4 are 9 5 and 9 are 14

4 and 5 are 9 9 and 5 are 14

5 and 5 are 10 5 and 10 are 15

10 and 5 are 10

1. A hen has 5 black chickens and 2 white ones: how many chickens has she?

*SOLUTION.–She has 5 chickens and 2 chickens, which are 7 chickens.*

2. How many are 3 square blocks and 5 square blocks?

3. I gave 5 cents for a whistle, and 4 cents for a top: how much did I give for both?

4. Emma had 5 cakes, and her mother gave her 5 more: how many had she then?

5. There are 6 chairs in one room, and 5 in another: how many chairs in both rooms?

6. There are 5 boys in one class, and 7 in another: how many are there in both classes?

7. If a lemon cost 8 cents, and an orange 5 cents, how much will both cost?

8. There are 5 letters in my name, and 9 in yours: how many letters in both names?

9. If you put 10 balls by the side of 5 balls, how many balls will there be?

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