Mathematics
Grade-2
Easy

Question

In the lion exhibit, there are 18 lions. 6 of them are baby lions and 7 of them are female lions. How many adult lions are there ?

  1. 12
  2. 15
  3. 16
  4. 13

hintHint:

Do not subtract the female lions with the total number of lions because the question asks for adult lions not male lions.

The correct answer is: 12


    The number of lions =18
    Number of baby lions = 6
    Number of female lions = 7
    Number of adult lions = 18 – 6 = 12

    Start at 18, count back to 6 ones, you can land on 12

    Read the problem multiple times in order to understand it.

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