# Lesson XXXIX

MULTIPLICATION.

Multiplication practice with the number ONE.  Some warm-up problems followed by story problems.  Pencils, apples, books, tape and silk, . . . and a car going 60 miles an hour!

RAY’S NEW PRIMARY ARITHMETIC.

LESSON XXXIX.

1  time  2  is  2            6  times  1  are  6

2  times  1  are  2            1  time  7  is  7

1  time  3  is  3            7  times  1  are  7

3  times  1  are  3            1  time  8  is  8

1  time  4  is  4            8  times  1  are  8

4  times  1  are  4            1  time  9  is  9

1  time  5  is  5            9  times  1  are  9

5  times 1  are  5            1  time  10  is  10

1  time  6  is  6            10  times  1  are  10

1. John bought  2  figs at  1  cent each: how much did they cost?

SOLUTION.–They cost  2  times  1  cent, which are  2  cents.

2. Henry paid  1  cent for a slate pencil: at that rate, how much will  3  pencils cost?

3. If apples cost  1  cent apiece, what will be the cost of  4  apples?

4. If one yard of tape cost  1  cent, what will be the cost of  5  yards?

5. What will be the cost of  6  yards of silk, if one yard cost  1  dollar?

6. If a car travel  1  mile in a minute, how far will it travel in  7  minutes?

7. If one toy book cost  1  cent, how much must Mary pay for  8  toy books?

8. How much will  9  yards of tape cost, at  1  cent a yard?

9. If eggs are worth  1  cent each, what will  10  eggs cost?

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