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Pandas' Earthquake Escape
 Math Word Problems
1.
Pandas have five digits with claws on each paw. How many digits altogether do pandas have on their two front paws?
8
10
11
2.
If there were eight giant pandas in a reserve and three escaped into the wild, how many pandas are still left in the reserve?
4
5
7
3.
Earthquakes are measured on the Richter scale, which goes from 0 to 10. If one earthquake measured at 3 on the Richter scale and another measured at 9, then what is the difference between the two measurements?
4
5
6
4.
Pandas grow to be up to six feet. If one panda is 6 feet and a second panda is only 4 feet, then what is the difference between the two heights?
3 feet
2 feet
1 foot
5.
Pandas spend most of their time eating food, searching for food, or resting. If a panda spent half of a 12hour day eating food, how many hours was he eating food?
8 hours
7 hours
6 hours
6.
In the story, Liling and Tengei are wandering through the deep and mysterious forest. They walk for three miles, rest under a tree, and then walk four miles further. How far have they gone in total?
5 miles
6 miles
7 miles
7.
If there are nine pandas in a reserve and three more pandas are brought in from the wild, then how many pandas are now in the reserve?
12
13
14
8.
Pandas need to eat up to 40 pounds a day. If a panda ate 20 pounds in the morning, how many more pounds should the panda eat in the second half of the day?
20 pounds
25 pounds
30 pounds
9.
Panda cubs love to play, run, tumble and climb. If two pandas are frolicking in the forest and four more decide to join them, how many panda cubs are there in total?
6
7
8
10.
One grown giant panda weighs a mighty 250 pounds, and another weighs 210 pounds. What is the difference between their two weights?
30 pounds
40 pounds
50 pounds
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