ID 120

Robert had three toy cars.

Then he got more new cars and now has ten in total.

How many new cars did Robert receive?

ID 121

ID 122

Kate earned thirteen stars. Jim earned twenty-five stars.

How many more stars did Jim earn than Kate?

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ID 1066

ID 1091

Sasha played a total of 17 soccer games during the months of July and August.

He played 9 games in July.

How many games did he play in August?

ID 1122

ID 1126

ID 1128

ID 1131

ID 1140

There are 25 small squares in the grid to the right.

How many of them are NOT covered by the red arrow?

ID 1163

ID 1194

ID 1235

ID 1242

ID 1275

ID 1283

ID 1284

ID 1370

ID 1383

ID 1413

ID 1433

ID 1453

ID 1497

ID 1538

ID 1597

All digits from 1 to 9 are repeated three times, except for one digit.

Which digit is only repeated twice?

ID 1631

There are 5 coins in the first pile, 8 in the second, 11 in the third, and 16 in the fourth.

How many coins are there in total?

ID 1637

ID 1648

ID 1649

ID 1651

ID 1674

ID 1683

ID 1712

ID 1890

ID 1896

ID 1919

ID 1930

ID 1954

ID 1999

ID 2062

ID 2067

ID 2075

There are 5 coins in the first pile, 8 in the second, 11 in the third, and 16 in the fourth.

Which pile has the number of coins that is the closest to a pile with the average number of coins?

ID 2118

ID 2132

ID 2134

ID 2135

ID 2139

ID 2140

ID 2201

ID 2314

There are 5 coins in the first pile, 8 in the second, 11 in the third, and 16 in the fourth.

What is the sum of these numbers?

ID 2488

ID 2502

ID 2511

Robert had six toy cars.

Then he got more new cars and now has ten in total.

How many new cars did Robert receive?

ID 2513

Robert had twelve toy cars.

Then he got more new cars and now has twenty in total.

How many new cars did Robert receive?

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ID 2529

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ID 2538

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ID 2540

ID 2541

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ID 2551

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ID 2554

ID 2556

ID 2557

ID 2567

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ID 2569

ID 2570

ID 2586

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ID 2590

ID 2597

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ID 2601

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ID 2603

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ID 2613

ID 2614

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ID 2625

ID 2626

ID 2627

ID 2633

ID 2634

ID 2635

ID 2636

ID 2639

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ID 2643

ID 2645

ID 2647

ID 2650

ID 2652

ID 2653

ID 2661

ID 2667

ID 2676

There are 6 honeycomb cells around 1 cell.

There are 8 honeycomb cells around 2 cells.

How many cells are around a row of 5 cells?

ID 2681

ID 2687

ID 2693

ID 2698

A chessboard consists of squares arranged in two alternating colors (light and dark).

Which row contains more dark squares than light squares?

ID 2725

ID 2736

ID 2742

ID 2747

ID 3233

Anna has 9 eggs. She has four empty egg cartons that can hold four eggs each.

How many more eggs does she need to fill the four cartons?

ID 3236

Sasha played a total of 18 soccer games during the months of
July and August.

He played 9 games in July.

How many games did he play in August?

ID 3237

John played a total of 30 soccer games during the months of June, July and August.

He played 9 games in June and 10 in July .

In what month did he play more games?

ID 3259

ID 3273

ID 3315

ID 3339

ID 3341

ID 3355

ID 3361

ID 3411

ID 3448

Anna bought apples for her parents, two brothers, three friends, and herself.

How many people received apples?

ID 3450

ID 3475

ID 3478

ID 3571

ID 3655

ID 3701

ID 3790

ID 3819

ID 3963

ID 3982

ID 4014

ID 4130

On four different trips, a car is driven 13 miles, 22 miles, 28 miles, and 37 miles.

What is the total mileage?

ID 4148

ID 4158

ID 4163

Roses are red,

Violets are blue

and one plus one

will equal two.

Which line contains the largest number of words?

ID 4189

ID 4193

ID 4198

ID 4226

ID 4255

ID 4273

ID 4315

There are 1 black brick, 2 orange, 3 white, 4 yellow, 5 red, and 6 blue bricks.

How many bricks are there?

ID 4316

ID 4328

ID 4368

ID 4503

ID 4637

ID 4643

ID 4699

ID 4716

ID 4720

ID 4756

ID 4758

ID 4813

ID 4913

ID 4974

ID 5141

ID 5163

ID 5203

ID 5316

ID 5330

ID 5345

Gerry had 9 pieces of luggage and Jane had only one. He gave 3 to Jane, but she lost 2 during their last trip.

How much luggage do they now have between them?

ID 5429

ID 5469

ID 5484

ID 5529

ID 5540

ID 5634

ID 5793

ID 5975

ID 5978

ID 5995

ID 6086

There is the same number of apples in each paper bag.

There are 11 apples altogether.

How many apples are there in a bag?

ID 6090

ID 6113

ID 6115

ID 6242

ID 6265

There are two teams, with each 11 players on the field, one of whom is a goalkeeper.

A central referee and two linesmen are also present on the pitch.

How many people are there on the pitch?

ID 6276

What is the largest counting number you can make using all the following digits once each?

The digits are

three, five, zero, and four.

ID 6417

ID 6481

I evenly divided my pieces of candy among my 3 friends.

How many pieces of candy does each of my friends get?

ID 6558

ID 6764

ID 6798

ID 6800

ID 6865

ID 6888

ID 6962

How many spots do the lady-bugs have if each of them has 7 spots?

Ladybirds are known as ladybugs in North America.

ID 6965

ID 6971

ID 7013

ID 7014

ID 7200

ID 7254