Mathematics
Grade-2
Easy

Question

There are 44 monkeys in the zoo but 5 of the monkeys are at the Vet and 10 baby monkeys are in the nursery. How many monkeys are left in the monkey cage ?

  1. 29
  2. 20
  3. 30
  4. 27

Hint:

Add the number of monkeys at the vet with the number of monkeys at the nursery. Then subtract the total number of monkeys in the zoo with this sum.

The correct answer is: 29


    The number of monkeys in the zoo = 44
    Number of monkeys at Vet = 5
    Number of monkeys in the nursery = 10
    Number of monkeys left in a zoo = 44 – 5 – 10 = 29

    Start at 44, count back 5 ones and 1 ten, you can land on

    Read the problem carefully multiple times in order to understand it.

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