## Complete Graded Arithmetic, Part 2D.C. Heath & Company, 1910 |

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90 days acre acre of land agent sold articles bought barrels of flour bill brokerage bushels of potatoes bushels of wheat carriage cents a pound commission merchant sold common fractions contain debt decimals discounted Divide dividend equals exact interest exact number Express farm farmer sold Find the amount Find the cost Find the difference Find the exact Find the greatest Find the interest Find the number Find the value fractions by inspection gallons greatest common divisor greatest common factor horse indorsed insured invested June 18 Learn least common multiple LESSON lower denominations minuend Multiply paid payable in 90 paying piece of land premium proceeds profit quotient railroad stock receipt received Reduce remainder remitted rods long rods wide sell seventh grade sheep slant height smallest number sold a house square feet square yard strips run TEACHER term

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