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Miles a day; B travels 8 miles thefirst day, 12 the second, and so on, in arithmetical progression.If they start Monday morning from the same place and travel inthe same direction, how far apart will they be Saturday night?16. The sum of three terms of an arithmetical progressionis 36, and the square of the mean exceeds the product of theoth.

E sum of their squares is 35. Find the numbers.Hint. Let x − y, x, x + y, stand for the numbers.8. A common clock strikes the hours from 1 to 12. Howmany times does it strike every 24 hours?9. The Greenwich clock strikes the hours from 1 to 24. Howmany times does it strike in 24 hours?10. In a potato race each man picked up 50 potatoes placed inline a yard apart, and the first potato one yard from the basket,picking up one potato at a time and bringing it to the basket.How many yards did each man run, the start being made fromthe ba.

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S 13, andthe mean between the double of the first and the triple of thesecond is 33 12. Find the numbers.14. Find three numbers of an arithmetical series whose sumshall be 27, and the sum of the first and second shall be frac45of the sum of the second and third.15. A travels uniformly 20 miles a day; B travels 8 miles thefirst day, 12 the second, and so on, in arithmetical progression.If they start Monday morning from the same place and travel inthe same direction, how far apart will.

Irst potato one yard from the basket,picking up one potato at a time and bringing it to the basket.How many yards did each man run, the start being made fromthe basket?11. A heavy body falling from a height falls 16.1 feet the firstsecond, and in each succeeding second 32.2 feet more than in thesecond next preceding. How far will a body fall in 19 seconds?FIRST STEPS IN ALGEBRA. 19612. A stone dropped from a bridge reached the water in just3 seconds. Find the height of the bridge. (See Ex. 11.)13. The arithmetical mean between two numbers is 13, andthe mean between the double of the first and the triple of thesecond is 33 12. Fi.

It to the basket.How many yards did each man run, the start being made fromthe basket?11. A heavy body falling from a height falls 16.1 feet the firstsecond, and in each succeeding second 32.2 feet more than in thesecond next preceding. How far will a body fall in 19 seconds?FIRST STEPS IN ALGEBRA. 19612. A stone dropped from a bridge reached the water in just3 seconds. Find the height of the bridge. (See Ex. 11.)13. The arithmetical mean between two numbers is 13, andthe mean between the double of the first and the triple of thesecond is 33 12. Find the numbers.14. Find three numbers of an arithmetical series whose sumshall be 27, and the sum of the first and second shall be frac45of the sum of the second and third.15. A t.

Basket,picking up one potato at a time and bringing it to the basket.How many yards did each man run, the start being made fromthe basket?11. A heavy body falling from a height falls 16.1 feet the firstsecond, and in each succeeding second 32.2 feet more than in thesecond next preceding. How far will a body fall in 19 seconds?FIRST STEPS IN ALGEBRA. 19612. A stone dropped from a bridge reached the water in just3 seconds. Find the height of the bridge. (See Ex. 11.)13. The arithmetical.

Of their squares is 35. Find the numbers.Hint. Let x − y, x, x + y, stand for the numbers.8. A common clock strikes the hours from 1 to 12. Howmany times does it strike every 24 hours?9. The Greenwich clock strikes the hours from 1 to 24. Howmany times does it strike in 24 hours?10. In a potato race each man picked up 50 potatoes placed inline a yard apart, and the first potato one yard from the basket,picking up one potato at a time and bringing it to the basket.How many yards did each man run, the start being made fromthe basket?11. A heavy body falling from a height falls 16.1 feet the firstsecond, and in each succeeding second 32.2 feet more than in thesecond next preceding. How far will a body fall in 19 seconds?FIRST STEPS IN ALGEBRA. 19612. A stone dropped from a bridge reached the water in just3 seconds. Find the height of the bridge. (See Ex. 11.)13. The arithmetical mean between two numbers is 13, andthe mean between the double of the first and the triple.

D the numbers.CHAPTER XIV.5. A travels uniformly 20 miles a day; B travels 8 miles thefirst day, 12 the second, and so on, in arithmetical progression.If they start Monday morning from the same place and travel inthe same direction, how far apart will they be Saturday night?16. The sum of three terms of an arithmetical progressionis 36, and the square of the mean exceeds the product of theother two terms by 49. Find the numbers.CHAPTER XIV.ls uniformly 20 miles a day; B travels 8 miles thefirst day, 12 the second, and so on, in arithmeti.

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