DRILL IN MULTIPLICATION Multiply each number by 2; by 3; by 4; by 5: Multiply each number by 6; by 5; by 4; by 3: Multiply each number by 3; by 5; by 6; by 4: 1. Name some dry articles purchased by the pint; by the quart; by the peck; by the bushel. 2. Secure some sand or grain, and show by actual measurements the number of pints in a quart; quarts in a peck; pecks in a bushel. 7. At 3 per pint, find the cost of 1 quart of nuts. 8. A horse eats 12 quarts of oats a day. How many quarts does it eat in 4 days? 9. 2 pk. = quarts; 16 qt. = pecks. 10. James bought 1 bushels of tomatoes. How many pecks did he buy? 11. If I buy peck of cherries, how many quarts should I get? LIQUID MEASURES 1. Name some liquids sold by the pint; by the quart; 4. From a gallon of milk how many quarts could be sold? how many pints? 5. Mrs. Adams buys 2 quarts of milk per day. How many quarts does she buy in 20 days? how many gallons? her 6. At 6 per quart, how much does the milk cost per week? 7. From a cask containing 3 gallons of vinegar, how many quarts could be sold? 8. How many pints are there in 12 quarts? how many gallons? Copy these problems and insert the answers in the MEASURES OF WEIGHT 1. Tell how the following articles are sold: butter, eggs, milk, cheese, coal. 2. Give the tables of liquid measures and dry measures. The smallest weight in the picture is called an ounce weight. The largest weight is a sixteen-ounce weight, and is called a pound weight. Any article that the pound weight balances weighs just one pound. Use real scales or make a balance and weigh various articles. 3. A lady's purchase at the store weighs 8 oz. What part of a pound does it weigh? 7. How many 2-ounce packages weigh 1 pound? |