MULTIPLICATION. (1) po. yds. ft. 6 4. 2 9 (2) 8 (3) fur. po. yds. 7 3 21 6 (4) 8.po. 3 yds. 2 ft. x 8 DIVISION. (1) po. yds. ft. 3) 5 26 (2) yds. ft. 6) 3 2 in. 4 (3) fur. po. yds. 9) 3 27 14 (4) 2 po. 4; yds. 8 ft. - 9 po. 6 ft. 11 in. = 8 po. 13 ft. 2 in. • 13 27 • 320 (1) A man rode 35 miles 2 furlongs 34 perches ; walked 20 miles 3 furlongs 22 poles 2 yds; then rode again 41 miles 18 yds.; then walked again 15 miles 4 furlongs 38 poles 3 yards. What was the length of his journey ? (2) A postman walked on Mondays 5 miles; on Tues days 8 miles 2 furlongs; on Wednesdays 7 miles, and on Fridays and Saturdays 9 miles 2 furlongs. How far did he walk every week ? (3) A traveller walked on Monday 32 miles 5 furlongs; on Tuesday he walked 27 miles 7 furlongs 35 perches. How much did his journey of Monday exceed that of Tuesday ? (4) A mail-coach travelled at the rate of 7 miles 5 fur. longs 25 perches per hour. . How far would it go in twelve hours ? (5) A coach travels daily (Sundays excepted) a distance of 72 miles. How far is that per month ? (6) A surveyor who had 19 miles 7 furlongs 36 perches 7 of road to keep in repair, appointed 12 men to do the work. What length of road had each to attend to ? (7) A man travelled in nine days 150 miles 4 furlongs 18 perches 3 yards. How far did he travel per day on an average ? (8) If a man can walk daily, for 18 days, 14 miles 2 fur longs 6 poles per day, how far will be have gone at the end of the time ? (9) Two boys walked respectively daily 5 and 4} miles How far will they each walk in a month (excluding Sundays), and what is the difference between the distances ? (10) Two men agreed to walk a distance of 264 miles at the rate of 33 miles per day. How long will it take them, supposing them to begin on a Monday ? (They rest on Sundays.) a |