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Hungriest Mouth in the Sea, The
 Math Word Problems
1.
The male seahorse carries the babies  2000 at a time! If two seahorses are pregnant, how many babies do they have between them?
2000
3000
4000
2.
Ten moon jellies drift with the tide. A sea turtle eats three moon jellies; what fraction are left?
1/3
7/10
3/10
3.
Eight kicking krill swim in a circle. A hungry cod eats a quarter of the krill, how many are left?
2
4
6
4.
A squid has 8 legs. If six squid swim in a group, how many legs do they have between them?
30
42
48
5.
Five cod swim in the kelp. A hungry penguin eats one; what percent of the cod are left?
80%
4/5
.8
6.
Three kekeno each weigh 330 pounds. How much do they weigh in all?
990 pounds
900 pounds
660 pounds
7.
A sperm whale can hold its breath for 90 minutes. There are 60 minutes in an hour. How many hours can a sperm whale hold its breath (in decimal form)?
1.25
1.5
1.75
8.
There are 40 orcas in a pod. If one fifth of the pod leaves to chase some fish, how many swim away?
8
10
16
9.
Ten fur seals see an orca and try to swim away. If the orca eats one, what fraction of the fur seals escaped?
1/10
10/10
9/10
10.
There are only 7,000 Hector's dolphins in the world. Half of all the Hector's dolphins is how many dolphins?
3500
2500
4000
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