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Great Divide, The
 Math Word Problems
1.
There is a pride of 6 lions and a herd of 3 llamas. How many fewer llamas are there than lions?
3
4
2
2.
At the watering hole there are 4 rhinos, 16 toads, and 10 elephants. How many animals are there all together?
20
15
30
3.
There are 7 wallabies. If they each have a baby in their pouch, how many wallabies are there?
12
14
19
4.
If there are 9 ducks swimming together and then 4 swim away, how many ducks are left?
5
8
2
5.
If there are 12 gorillas and they split into 3 groups, how many are in each band?
2
7
4
6.
There are 20 elephants. 18 are wearing hats. How many elephants are not wearing hats?
3
18
2
7.
If there are 4 flocks of pelicans, with 5 pelicans in each flock, how many pelicans are there?
15
20
9
8.
If jellyfish each have 5 tentacles, and there are 9 jellyfish, how many tentacles are there?
45
50
66
9.
If 8 foxes are chasing 12 squirrels, and 4 squirrels run up a tree, how many squirrels are there left to chase?
4
8
9
10.
There are 3 peacocks in a muster. Each peacock has 22 feathers. How many feathers are there all together?
55
99
66
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