# Lesson XXII, pt. 2

REVIEW

This is the second of two parts of the Review Lesson XXII.

Adding three numbers at a time; practice counting multiples of numbers up to TWENTY. (And, still no story problems…)

ADDITION.

26. How many are  2  and  3  and 9 ?     3  and  3  and  7 ?

27. How many are  5  and  5  and 6 ?     5  and  5  and  8 ?

28. How many are  4  and  7  and  8 ?     3  and  6  and  8 ?

29. How many are  3  and  3  and  3 ?     4  and  2  and  5 ?

30. How many are  4  and  7  and  7 ?     4  and  4  and  9 ?

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31. How many are  4  and  5  and  7 ?

SOLUTION.– 4  and  5  are 9, and  7 are 16.

32. How many are  3  and  7  and  7 ?     2  and  4  and  8 ?

33. How many are  5  and  6  and  7 ?     3  and  4  and  4 ?

34. How many are  3  and  7  and  8 ?     2  and  5  and  9 ?

35. How many are  5  and  6  and  9 ?     2  and  5  and 8 ?

36. How many are  3  and  3  and  9 ?     6  and 4  and 3 ?

37. How many are  3  and  4  and  7 ?     4  and  4  and  7 ?

38. How many are  5  and  7  and  7 ?     3  and  4  and  8 ?

39. How many are  6  and  6  and  8 ?     4  and  4  and  8 ?

40. How many are  2  and  5  and  6 ?     3  and 4  and  9 ?

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41. Begin with  1  and count by  2’s  to  19.

SOLUTION.– 1, 3, 5, 7, 9, 11, 13, 15, 17, 19.

42. Begin with  1  and count by  3’s  to  19.

43. Begin with  1  and count by  4’s  to  17.

44. Begin with  1  and count by  5’s  to  16.

45. Count by  2’s  to  20.    Count by  3’s  to  18.

46. Count by  4’s  to  20.    Count by  5’s  to  20.

47. Begin with  2  and count by  3’s  to  30.

48. Begin with  2  and count by  4’s to 18.

49. Begin with  2  and count by  5’s to 17.

50. Begin with  3  and count by  4’s  to 19.

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