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Once Upon an Elephant
 Math Word Problems
1.
If there are 7 herds of elephants, and each herd has 8 elephants, how many elephants are there in all?
47
56
72
2.
There are 360 animals in the field. If half of them cross the elephant path away from the wildfire, how many escaped the flames?
180
190
130
3.
A herd of 21 elephants stops by a river. If one third (1/3) of the elephants drink, how many are drinking?
8
18
7
4.
There are 42 gazelles on the savanna. One spots a lioness hunting and half (1/2) of the gazelles run into the forest. How many are left behind?
21
24
20
5.
A herd of 56 elephants divides into two even groups. How many elephants are in each group?
23
28
18
6.
There are 174 zebras on the savanna. If the herd splits in two even groups, how many are in each group?
97
72
87
7.
One hundred mongoose scamper across the savanna. They split into five even groups to dive into their burrows. How many mongoose are in each burrow?
50
2
20
8.
There are 3 herds of elephants, with 23 elephants in each herd. How many elephants are there in all?
69
73
108
9.
If a group of 16 monkeys divide into four even groups, how many are in each group?
12
4
8
10.
A pack of 24 lionesses is hunting. One third (1/3) of the lionesses circle around by the river. How many lionesses are near the river?
8
6
4
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