: 8. If a druggist mix several simples together, the first - 4 ounces, 3 drams, 2 scruples; the second, 3 ounces, I dram, 1 scruple,. 17 grains; the third, 1 pound, 7 ounces, 3 drams, 1 scruple : what will be the weight of the mixture ! Ans. 2 lb. 3 3. 03. 19. 17 gr. 9. Admit a man travelled in one day, 27 miles, 2 furlongs; in another, 32 miles, 7 furlongs, 33 perches; in another, 19 miles, 7 furlongs, 16 perches; and in another, 12 miles, 5 furlongs : how far did he travel in all ? Ans. 92 m. 6 fur. 9. P. io. There are three pieces of silver wire : the first measures 10 yards, 2 feet, 6 inches; the second, 15 yards, 1. foot, 4 inches; the third, 20 yards, 11 inches : what is the length of the whole ? Ans. 46 yd. I ft. 9 in. 11. There are four pieces of linen: the first contains 27 yards, 2 quarters ; the second, 41 yards, 3 quarters; the third, 36 yards, I quarter; and the fourth, 33 yards, 1 2 quarters. How many yards are there in the four pieces? Ans. 139 yds. 12. Bought three pieces of lace containing as follows No. 1, 17 yards, 3 quarters, 2 nails; No. 2, 25 yards, 2 quarters, 1 nail; No. 3, 32 yards, 3 quarters, 3 nails : How many yards were bought in all ? Ans. 76 yds. 1 qx 2 na. 13. A person has three farms: the first contains 120 åcres, 3 roods; the second, 256 acres, 1 rood; and the third, 300 acres. How many acres are in all? Ans. 677. 14. Sold two casks of cyder, one of which contained 31 gallons, 3 quarts, and the other 36 gallons, 2 quarts, 3 I pint. How much was there in the two ? Ans. 68 gal. 1 qt. 1 pt. 15. There are three bags of wheat : the first contains 2 bushels, 3 pecks, 7 quarts; the second, 3 bushels, 2 pecks, 4 quarts; the third, 4 bushels. How much is in 4 the three bags? Ans. 10 bu. 2 pe. 3 qt. 16. Bought 136 bushels of corn of one man ; 197 bushels, 2 pecks, of another; 200 bushels, 1 peck, 6 quarts, of a third ; and 764 bushels, 3 pecks, 7 quarts of a fourth How much was bought in all? Ans. 1298 bu. 3 pe. 5 qt. 17. A person who was born in Philadelphia, resided in that place till he was 21 years, 3 weeks old. He then a went to Wilmington, spending 2 days on the road. He resided in Wilmington 5 years, and at the end of that time removed to Baltimore; the journey occupying 3 days. He remained in Baltimore 2 years, 3 weeks, and 3 days, and then removed to Richmond, being 5 days in travelling thither. What was his age at the time he arrived in Richmond ? Ans. 28 years, 7 weeks and 6 days. COMPOUND SUBTRACTION. Compound subtraction teaches to find the difference between any two sums or quantities, which consist of several denominations. RULE. Place the sums or quantities as in Compound Addition, with the less under the greater; then, if the numbers of the several denominations in the under sum, be not greater than those of the same denomination in the upper sum, begin with the lowest denomination, and subtract each under number from the one above it, setting down their respective remainders : but if the number of either deno. mination in the under sum be greater than the one above it, subtract it from as many of that denomination as will make one of the next higher, add the difference to the upper number, set down the amount, and carry I to the under number of the next higher denomination. Proof: as in Simple Subtraction. 11. Subtract 24 pounds, 10 shillings and 6 pence, from 36 pounds, 9 shillings and 3 pence. 12. Subtract 26 pounds, from 120 pounds, 15 shillings and 9 pence. 13. Subtract 9000 pounds from 9672 pounds, 18 shillings, and 11, pence. 14. Subtract 45 pounds, 14 shillings and 31 pence, from 500 pounds. 4. Subtract 14 pounds 9 ounces, from 65 pounds, 3 ounces, 10 pennyweights. 5. Subtract 10 pounds, 6 ounces, 10 pennyweights, 11 grains, from 15 pounds 6 grains. AVOIRDUPOIS WEIGHT. 52 12 3 15 17 0 0 оо Take 15 10 2 24 10 0 26 6 3 21 15 9 Rem. 4. Subtract 76 tons, 18 hundred weight, 3 quarters, from 195 tons, 2 hundred weight, 2 quarters. 5. Subtract. 14 pounds, 6 ounces, 3 drams, from 20 pounds, 2 ounces. APOTHECARIES WEIGHT. # 3 3 33.9 ѣ 3 3 3 gr. From' 48 2 2 22 o 1 0 42 2 2 0 1 Take 10 1 2 12 3 2 1 25 0 0 0 3 Rem. 4. Subtract 16 pounds, 5 ounces, 2 drams, from 24 pounds, 10 ounces, 3 drams. 5. Take 3 ounces, 3 drams, 2 scruples, from 5 pounds, 9 ounces, 2 drams, 2 grains. 4. Subtract. 45 miles, 5 furlongs, 20 poles, from 320 miles, 3 furlongs, 36 poles. 5. Subtract 15 yards, 2 feet, 6 inches, from 36 yards, i foot, l1 inches. 1 4. Subtract 95 yards, 3 quarters, 2 nails, from 156 yards, 3 2 quarters, 3 nails. 5. Subtract 14 English ells, 1 quarter, 2 nails, from 52 English ells, 3 quarters, 2 nails. 4. Subtract 36 acres, 2 roods, from 900 acres, 3 roods, 16 perches. 5. Subtract 72 acres, from 360 acres, 2 roods, 29 perches, LIQUID MEASURE. hhd. gal. qt. From 25 3 45 45 13 2 : Take 17 2 62 25 2 3 gal: qt. pt. 75 3 1 22 1 0 Rem. 4. Subtract 14 tuns, 2 hogsheads, 10 gallons, from 24 tuns, 1 hogshead, 9 gallons. 5. Take 22 hogsheads, 2 quarts, from 95 hogsheads, 10 gallons, 3 quarts, 1 pint. DRY MEASURE. bu. pe.ql. buo ne. qt. From pe.gt.pt. 3 7 0 2 3 1 Rem. 4. Subtract 125 bushels, 3 pecks, 2 quarts, from 195 bushels. 5. Subtract 450 bushels, from 500 bushels, 3 pecks. |