A Key Containing the Answers to the Examples in the Sequel to Intellectual Arithmetic

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Hilliard, Gray, Little and Wilkins, 1827 - Arithmetic - 70 pages
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Page 67 - The first cup weighs 12 oz. If the first cup be covered, it will weigh twice as much as the second; but if the second cup be covered, it will weigh three times as much as the first. What is the weight of the cover, and of the second cup ? 109.
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