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Page 68 - If twelve men can dig a trench 15 yards long and 4 broad in 3 days of 12 hours each, in how many days of 9 hours each can 8 men dig a trench 20 yards long and 8 broad ? 22.
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Page 83 - Two men carrying a burden of 200 pounds, hung on a pole, the ends of which rest on their shoulders ; how much of this load is borne by each man, the weight hanging 6 inches from the middle, and the whole length of the pole being 4 feet ? Ans.
Page 43 - Jnl at a loss of 4 per cent.; by what increase per cent. must he raise that selling price, in order that by selling the rest at the increased rate, he may gain 4 per cent.
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Page 25 - How many pounds of tea, at ^ of a dollar a pound can you buy for 131 dollars? 23. How many gallons of molasses, at -f of a dollar per gallon can you buy for 235 dollars ? 24. At 8 pence a pound, how many pounds of sugar can yen buy for 103^ pence ? 26.
Page 62 - Required the area of the surface of a square pyramid, whose base is 2 feet 8 inches square, and whose slant height is 3 feet 9 inches. 2. What is the convex surface of a cone, whose slant height is 20 feet, and the circumference of whose base is 9 feet ? Ans. 90 feet.
Page 68 - A's $450, B's $247, and C's $121.50. 4. Jones and Smith rent a pasture for $275 ; Jones puts in 80 sheep and Smith 100, but at the end of 6 months they each dispose of half their stock, and allow Hall to put in 50 sheep, what should each pay toward the rent at the end of the year ? Ans. Jones $103.121, Smith $128.90f, and Hall $42.96f.