Addition and story problems with the number TEN. Ink and ribbon (but no *typewriters*), dollars and cents, trees, girls, cows and more!

RAY’S NEW PRIMARY ARITHMETIC.

LESSON XX.

10 and 1 are 11 5 and 10 are 15

1 and 10 are 11 10 and 6 are 16

10 and 2 are 12 6 and 10 are 16

2 and 10 are 12 10 and 7 are 17

10 and 3 are 13 7 and 10 are 17

3 and 10 are 13 10 and 8 are 18

10 and 4 are 14 8 and 10 are 18

4 and 10 are 14 10 and 9 are 19

10 and 5 are 15 9 and 10 are 19

10 and 10 are 20.

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1. I paid 10 cents for ink, and 2 cents for paper: how much did I pay for both?

*SOLUTION.–I paid for both 10 cents and 2 cents, which are 12 cents.*

2. Mary gave 3 dollars for a dress, and 10 dollars for a shawl: what did she give for both?

3. There are 10 trees in one row, and 4 in another: how many trees in both rows?

4. In one pasture there are 5 cows, and in another 10: how many cows in both pastures?

5. I bought 10 yards of blue ribbon, and 6 yards of white: how many yards of ribbon did I buy?

6. There are 7 girls in one class, and 10 in another: how many girls in both classes?

7. i received 10 dollars for peaches, and 8 dollars for plums: how much in all?

8. Edwin found 9 nuts under one tree, and 10 under another: how many nuts did he find?

9. Mary had 10 cents, and her mother gave her 10 more: how many did she then have?

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