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Trees: A Compare and Contrast Book
 Math Word Problems
1.
10 apples fall from the apple tree. If animals eat half, how many are left?
3
5
8
2.
5 seeds are on the ground. 2 start to sprout and will soon grow into trees. What fraction of the seeds have sprouted?
5/2
2/5
25/0
3.
A third of all the trees in this grove are pear trees. If there are 12 trees in the grove, how many are pear trees?
4
3
6
4.
The tallest tree in the world is a giant redwood called Hyperion. Hyperion is about 380 feet tall. If the Great Pyramid of Giza is 480 feet tall, how much taller is the Great Pyramid than Hyperion?
200 feet
150 feet
100 feet
5.
Big Ben is a clock tower in London, England. If Big Ben is 316 feet tall, is it taller or shorter than Hyperion (the world's tallest tree)?
Taller
Shorter
The same height
6.
Loggers cut a 54 foot long tree trunk into six equal sections. How long is each section?
8 feet
9 feet
10 feet
7.
6 birds perch in a tree to rest in the shade. 4 more join them. How many birds are in the tree?
12
11
10
8.
A panther crouches in the tree branch to watch for her prey. Six mice scurry across the forest floor. If the panther catches a third of the mice, how many does she eat?
2
3
4
9.
25 trees are planted in neat, evenlyspaced rows. If each row has 5 trees, how many rows are there?
7
6
5
10.
A group of loggers cut down 15 trees and plant 30 new ones. How many more trees did they plant than they cut down?
30
25
15
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