# Lesson XVI

Addition and story problems with the number SIX.  Here come the cows and pigs and horses!  (And how far did that lady travel?)

RAY’S NEW PRIMARY ARITHMETIC.

LESSON XVI.

6 and 1 are 7               5 and 6 are 11

1 and 6 are 7               6 and 6 are 12

6 and 2 are 8               6 and 7 are 13

2 and 6 are 8               7 and 6 are 13

6 and 3 are 9               6 and 8 are 14

3 and 6 are 9               8 and 6 are 14

6 and 4 are 10               6 and 9 are 15

4 and 6 are 10               9 and 6 are 15

6 and 5 are 11               6 and 10 are 16

10 and 6 are 16.

1. A farmer has 6 cows in one field, and 2 in another: how many cows in both fields?

SOLUTION.–The farmer has 6 cows and 2 cows, which are 8 cows.

2. James has 3 marbles in one pocket, and 6 in another: how many has he in both?

3. Francis had 6 cents, and Mary, 4 cents: how many cents had both?

4. There are 5 pigs in one pen, and 6 in another: how many pigs in both pens?

5. If you have 6 plums in each hand, how many plums will you have in both hands?

6. Lucy gave 7 cents to one poor man, and 6 cents to another: how many cents did she give to both?

7. A man had 6 horses, and bought 8 more: how many horses did he then have?

8. A lady traveled 9 miles by water, and 6 miles by land: how far did she travel?

9. How many are 10 days and 6 days?

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