Math CatsStory Problems:Tiger #3 more story problems math cats explore

 (1) Tigers and LeopardsThere were 650 tigers and 1,000 leopards. They sold 235 tigers and 100 leopards. But they got 62 more leopards and 74 more tigers. How many animals are left? (2) PopI have 30 pops and a hundred people, then 200 more people came and I got 100 more pops. They all want 4 pops each. How many more pops do I need? (3) Brock's Poke'monBrock had 20 Poke'mon. Brock finds 100 more Poke'mon. Brock loses 25 Poke'mon. Brock finds 175 more Poke'mon. Brock buys 30 Poke'mon. Brock buys 20 more Poke'mon. Brock loses 75 Poke'mon. How many Poke'mon does Brock have now? (4) My Math LessonRicki bought 5 books for \$2.88 each. How much did he spend? (5) Good or Bad Average? Jess knows she is a good student but messes up on a couple of tests. She wants to prove to her parents how good she is, so, because it is the end of the marking period, she wants to know what her grades are. You can help. Average up her scores for her to see if she got straight A's or not. (90% or higher). Here you go: (a) In math her tests were: 87%, 91%, 90%, 100%, 84%, 99%. What is her average in math? In science her tests were: 82%, 100%, 75%, 100%, 99%, 102%, 100%. What is her average in science? (c) In reading her tests were: 66%, 110%, 90%, 87%, 88%, 95%, 100%, 100%, 99%. What is her average in reading? (d) In social studies her tests were: 100%, 88%, 99.5%, 105%, 100%, 99.5%, 74%. What is her average in social studies? (e) Did she get A's?

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(1) Britteny, age 11, (2) Shelby, age 12, (3) Jonathan, age 12, all in grade 6, Taylor Middle School, Miss Clark's class, Kokomo, Indiana, U.S., October 18, 2002
(4) Ricki, age 10, grade 5, Springdale Elementary School, Mr. Poor's class, Taswell, Tennessee, U.S., October 26, 2002
(5) Katie, age 10, grade 5, North Port Toledo Blade Elemantary School, Mrs. Noriega's class, Port Chatlotte, Florida, U.S., October 27, 2002