Subtraction practice with the number TEN. Also, story problems…

SUBTRACTION.

LESSON XXXIV.

10 from 10 leaves 0 5 from 15 leaves 10

1 from 11 leaves 10 10 from 15 leaves 5

10 from 11 leaves 1 6 from 16 leaves 10

2 from 12 leaves 10 10 from 16 leaves 6

10 from 12 leaves 2 7 from 17 leaves 10

3 from 13 leaves 10 10 from 17 leaves 7

10 from 13 leaves 3 8 from 18 leaves 10

4 from 14 leaves 10 10 from 18 leaves 8

10 from 14 leaves 4 9 from 19 leaves 10

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1. Lucy had 11 cents, and paid 10 for a book: how many cents had she left?

*SOLUTION–Lucy had left 11 cents less 10 cents, which is 1 cent.*

2. I had 12 dollars: after spending part, I had 10 dollars left: how much did I spend?

3. There are 13 pupils in school: if 3 of them leave, how many will remain?

4. There were 14 trees standing in a field: 10 of them were cut down : how many remained?

5. Charles had 15 marbles, and lost all but 5: how many did he lose?

6. Henry had 15 cents, and spent 10: how many did he then have?

7. I owe 17 dollars: if I pay all but 7, how many will I pay?

8. I bought three oranges for 10 cents, and sold them for 18 cents: how much did I gain?

9. 10 from 19 leaves how many? 9 from 19 leaves how many?

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