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Page 42 - Write any letter except g just after this comma, and then write no if 2 times 5 are 10 Now if Tuesday comes after Monday, make two crosses here ; but if not, make a circle here or else a square here Be sure to make three crosses between these two names of boys: George Henry. Notice these two numbers : 3, 5. If iron is heavier than water, write the larger number here , but if iron is lighter write the smaller number here Show by a cross when the nights are longer: in summer? in winter? Give the correct...
Page 43 - With your pencil make a dot over any one of these letters, FGHIJ, and a comma after the longest of these three words : boy mother girl Then, if Christmas comes in March, make a cross right here but if not, pass along to the next question, and tell where the sun rises If you believe that Edison discovered America, cross out what you just wrote, but if it was some one else, put in a number to complete this sentence : "A horse has feet.
Page 64 - It is evident that the reliability of this coefficient increases with the num•1 ber of cases compared and also with the magnitude of the r obtained.
Page 63 - This coefficient is so derived that when its value is Unity the two variables have perfect concomitance...
Page 49 - I nearly killed the bird." No one can eat "nearly" in a stew. 3. Full-belly child says to hungry-belly child, "Keep good cheer.
Page 13 - Guidance has for its ultimate object "the comprehensive study of the problem of child labor with a view to furnishing scientific demonstration of the effect of child labor on children who enter industry early. To make the study complete, it seemed necessary to include the following phases: the educational history of the children investigated; their physical development on going to work and from year to year afterwards; their mental development on going to...
Page 48 - nearly" in a stew. 3. Full-belly child says to hungry-belly child, "Keep good cheer." 4. Distant firewood is good firewood. 5. ; Ashes fly in the face of him who throws them. 6. If the boy says he wants to tie the water with a string, ask him whether he means the water in the pot or the water in the lagoon. 7. The ground-pig said: "I do not feel so angry with the man who killed me as with the man who dashed me on the ground afterward.
Page 48 - E. In a multitude of counselors there is safety. A . If the stomach is not strong, do not eat cockroaches. E. Milk for babes. A . No one should draw water from the spring in order to supply the river. E. Robbing Peter to pay Paul. A. The elephant makes a dust and the buffalo makes a dust, but the dust of the buffalo is lost in the dust of the elephant.
Page 48 - ... come home to roost. A. If the boy says he wants to tie the water with a string, ask him whether he means the water in the pot or the water in the lagoon. E. Answer a fool according to his folly. A. Cowries are men. E. Money makes the man. A. Cocoanut is not good for bird to eat. E. Sour grapes. A. He runs away from the sword and hides himself in the scabbard.