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What's New at the Zoo?
 Math Word Problems
1.
At the zoo, you see 3 pandas, 2 elephants, 6 penguins, 3 bears, and 7 zebras. How many animals have you seen altogether?
20 animals
21 animals
25 animals
2.
A group of 15 kangaroos are jumping together, but 3 of the little joeys quickly tire and decide to rest. How many kangaroos are still bouncing up and down?
12 kangaroos
13 kangaroos
18 kangaroos
3.
Zebras can run at an average of 30 miles per hour. If one zebra is running at 25 mph, and a second zebra is running at 16 mph, then how much faster is the first zebra running?
9 mph
10 mph
11 mph
4.
One elephant weighs 9,000 pounds, and another weighs 7,600 pounds. What is the difference between their two weights?
1200 pounds
1400 pounds
1600 pounds
5.
Penguins' average swimming speed is 15 miles per hour. If one penguin is swimming at 11 mph, and a second penguin is swimming 7 mph faster than the first penguin, then at what speed is the second penguin swimming?
16 mph
17 mph
18 mph
6.
At the zoo, you count that there are 12 adult giraffes and 11 calves. How many giraffes are there in total?
23
24
26
7.
While some brown bears eat fruit, grass, and roots, the brown bears which live by water love to feed on wild salmon. If a brown bear eats 15 salmon and then gets hungry later and eats 12 more, then how many salmon has he eaten altogether?
25 salmon
27 salmon
28 salmon
8.
You count 8 penguins at the zoo, but then you notice 9 more swimming in the water. How many penguins are there altogether?
17 penguins
18 penguins
19 penguins
9.
15 bats are hanging inside a cave, but then 6 of them decide to fly out into the night skies. How many bats are left still hanging in the cave?
8 bats
9 bats
10 bats
10.
At the zoo, you count 8 snakes, 4 elephants, 10 penguins, 7 giraffes, and 3 zebras. How many animals altogether do you see?
32 animals
33 animals
35 animals
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