Math CatsStory Problems:Leopard #11 more story problems math cats explore

 (1) So Many CatsI have 1,459,594,945 cats. I gave 1 to my friend but a woman gave me 945 cats. How many I have now? (2) Candy BarsThere are 12 kids who want candy bars. They each want 12. How many candy bars do we need? (3) The Pet Shop CountJohn went to the pet shop. He wanted to buy 3 fish, 2 dogs, 8 lizards, and 10 snakes. Each animal cost 10 dollars. How much did they all cost? (4) The Money ProblemI have \$1,529. My friend has \$1,500, and my sister has \$1,000, but she wasted \$200 on clothes, so how much do we have all together? (5) Magic BooksThere were 30 books. If 15 people each bought 2, how many are left? (6) How Many Elephants There are fourteen elephants in the savanna jungle. Two groups of seven elephants left for the water hole. How many elephants are left? (7) The AirplanesThere are 240 police officers and they have to go on 60 airplanes. How many officers will be on each airplane if there are an even amount on each? (8) CDs12 people are in a CD store. There are 144 CDs for sale. How can you split them up so that everyone could get the same number of CDs? (9) SodasIf my mom bought 3 packs of soda and each pack has 12 cans. How many cans of soda did she buy? (10) CandyThere are 2 kids in a store who bought 100 candies, shared equally. How many did each kid get?

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(1) Virginia and (2) Isaac, age 11; (3) Gregorio and (4) Alex, age 12; all in grade 6, S. E. Shull School, Ms. Daly and Mrs. Vaughan's class, Perth Amboy, New Jersey, U.S., November 22, 2002
(5) Lyssa, (6) Lester, (7) Giancarlo, age 11; (8) Vicente, (9) Wilfredo, and (10) Juan, age 12; all in grade 6, S. E. Shull School, Ms. Novello and Mrs. Vaughan's class, Perth Amboy, New Jersey, U.S., November 22, 2002