## Ten years' Queen's scholarship questions, 1870-9, with answers to arithmetic, algebra, and mensuration |

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**nine**; eighty - three thousand and five hundred ; one hundred and twenty - three thousand ; and take from the sum , five hundred and ninety - eight thousand seven hundred and ninety -**nine**. 2. Divide six millions seven hundred and ... Página 13

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**nine**. Take from the sum one million**nine**hundred and eighty- seven thousand and ninety - seven . SECTION II . 1. Divide £ 1844 2s . 8d . equally among 49 persons . 2. A house and its furniture are worth £ 6734. Página 24

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**nine**millions**nine**hundred and ninety - eight thousand five hundred and fifty by seven thousand eight hundred and forty - two , and write out the answer in words . SECTION II . 1. How many inches in 3 miles 28 yards 2 feet ? 2. How ... Página 25

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**nine**; one hundred and twenty - seven ; fifty thous- and and sixteen ; ninety thousand and thirty - two ; four hundred and seven thousand one hundred and seven . Take away**nine**hundred and seven thousand**nine**hundred and five , and then ... Página 39

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**nine**;**nine**hundred and seventy - five thousand three hundred and twenty - one ; ten thousand and fifteen . Take away from the sum ninety - eight thousand seven hundred and eighty - seven . Multiply the remainder by seventy -**nine**...### Otras ediciones - Ver todas

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ALGEBRA ARITHMETIC Candidates in Scotland cent chief cost dative decametres decimal Decline DICTATION AND PENMANSHIP Dictation Exercise Ditto Divide DOMESTIC ECONOMY England English equal erasures EUCLID Examiner Explain feet Female Candidates Find the value following passage form one question GEOGRAPHY AND HISTORY Give examples Grammar inches instance be given intelligible method Investment Languages Latin length lesson letters major scale major third Male Candidates measure miles millions Moffatt's Multiply Music nine hundred paper parallelogram Parse the words perfect fourth permitted to answer plural prepositions Price printed in italic Pupil Teachers rectangle reign rhombus right angle SCHOLARSHIP QUESTIONS SCHOOL MANAGEMENT SECTION II SECTION VII seven questions Show sides specimen of Penmanship subjunctive teach Test Cards thousand THREE HOURS allowed Tonic Sol-fa Translate triangle verbs VIII vulgar fractions Write full notes yards δὲ καὶ οἱ τὸ τοῖς τῶν

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