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Multiply on the Fly
 Math Word Problems
1.
Three brilliant fireflies each blink two times. How many blinks all together?
9
6
5
2.
Six lonely grasshoppers each chirp for three minutes. How many total minutes did they chirp?
9 minutes
12 minutes
18 minutes
3.
Five daring dragonflies, each with four wings. How many total wings?
15
20
25
4.
Four sturdy soldier ants each have six legs. How many legs all together?
20
24
30
5.
Seven hungry honeybees each with four wings. How many wings in all?
35
28
21
6.
Five little ladybugs are enjoying a leafy lunch. If each has seven spots, how many spots do they have in all?
35
30
25
7.
If two pirate bugs come along and each eats nine spider mites, how many spider mites are eaten?
18
16
20
8.
If seven stealthy walking sticks each have 6 legs, how many legs are there all together?
36
42
49
9.
Nine butterflies each fly three miles. How many miles did they fly all together?
24
27
30
10.
If one spittlebug spits two bubbles per minute, how many bubbles does it spit in seven minutes?
7
13
14
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