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Peter has 17 toy cars.

Paul has 3 toy cars.

How many toy cars in all ?

toy cars.


I have one and one half dozen eggs. 

How many eggs do I have in all?

eggs in one dozen.

eggs in one half dozen.

eggs in one and one half dozen.








Look at the graph.  It shows how many children like Oranges, Apples, Bananas, and Grapes.

How many Oranges? 

How many Apples? 

How many Bananas? 

How many Grapes? 

How many more children like apples than oranges.

more like apples.


There are 6 children.

They all take off their shoes and put them into a big pile.

How many shoes are in the pile?



There are 3 children.

They are all wearing gloves.

One child loses one glove.

How many gloves are remaining?




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