# A Table-book and Primary Arithmetic: Compiled and Arranged for the Introductory Department of the New York Grammar Schools

G.R. Lockwood, 1848 - Arithmetic - 72 pages

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### Contents

 Section 1 1 Section 2 2 Section 3 3 Section 4 9 Section 5 11 Section 6 37
 Section 7 39 Section 8 42 Section 9 45 Section 10 49 Section 11 57 Section 12 64

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Page 4 - 2 III 3 IV 4 V 5 VI 6 VII 7 VIII 8 IX 9 X 10 XI 11 XII 12 XIII 13 XIV 14 XV 15 XVI 16 XVII 17 XVIII 18 XIX 19 XX 20 XXI 21 XXII 22 XXIII 23
Page 26 - Dimes, Cents, and Mills. Repeat the Table. TABLE. 10 mills, m., make 1 cent, c. 10 cents 1 dime, d. 10 dimes 1 dollar, 10 dollars 1 eagle,
Page 34 - the number of days in each month ? Thirty days has September, April, June, and November, All the rest have thirty-one, Excepting February alone, Which has but
Page 31 - Q. What are the- denominations of Dry Measure ? A. Bushels, Pecks, Quarts, and Pints. Repeat the table. TABLE. 2 pints, pt., make 1 quart, qt. 8 quarts 1 peck, p. 4 pecks 1 bushel, bu. 36 bushels 1 chaldron,
Page 28 - 16 drams make 1 ounce, oz. 16 ounces 1 pound, Ib. 28 pounds 1 quarter, qr. 4 quarters 1 hundred weight, cwt •20 hundred weight 1 ton.
Page 27 - Scruples, and Grains. Repeat the Table. TABLE. 20 grains gr., make 1 scruple, "3 3 scruples 1 dram, 3 8 drams 1 ounce, J 12 ounces 1 pound,
Page 3 - child in committing to memory that which is so important as a foundation for Arithmetic, and also that,, by the division and numbering of the lessons, it may relieve the teacher of much trouble in assigning the proper portions for each scholar or class. That it may, however small the offering, aid the cause of
Page 27 - 24 grains, gr. make 1 pennyweight, dwt. 20 pennyweights 1 ounce, oz. 12 ounces 1 pound, Ib.
Page 11 - leaves 7. 4 from 12 leaves 8. 4 from 13 leaves 9. 4 from 14 leaves 10; 4 from 15 leaves 11.
Page 3 - Tables adapted to the capacities of very young pupils, and arranged in such a manner as to answer the purposes of a large school, I have been induced to compile one, with a special view to the necessities of the system of monitorial instruction. Believing it important that children should be made to understand the application of what they are required to