ID 193

Practical Mathematics K4Brad's hockey training started at 2:30.
It took 2 hour to play.

What time did it end?



ID 214

Practical Mathematics K4Which number will be served next?



ID 217

Practical Mathematics K4Anna arrived at the swimming pool at 9:00 A.M. and left at 2:00 P.M.

How many hours was Anna at the pool?



ID 231

Practical Mathematics K4Which temperature is shown on the thermometer?



ID 234

Practical Mathematics K4There are ten apples in each bag.
Which set would have exactly thirty apples?



ID 249

Practical Mathematics K4Along State Street, I am three city blocks from the nearest bus stop and four blocks from the closest tram stop.

What is the least possible distance between the bus stop and the tram stop?



ID 253

Practical Mathematics K4A farmer bought 3 cows for $3000 and sold them for $4000.

He bought them back for $6000 and sold again for $6600.

How much did he gain or lose on these transactions?



ID 259

Practical Mathematics K4Five apples are worth a quarter.
How much are 6 apples worth?

Penny = 1 cent.
Nickel = 5 cents.
Dime = 10 cents.
Quarter = 25 cents.

Remember, there may be more than one correct answer.



ID 274

Practical Mathematics K4Eugenia is learning to play the piano.
She practices 45 minutes a day on Tuesday and Thursday. On Saturday she practices for 1 hour.

How much time per week does Eugenia spend practicing piano?



ID 276

Practical Mathematics K4Alex is framing a small flower box.
He wants the box to be 80 centimeters long and 60 centimeters wide.
The thickness of the wood is 10 cm.

Which piece of wood will Alex need to purchase to frame the box?



ID 281

Practical Mathematics K4A team has $90.00 to buy balls.
One ball costs $7. The team gets every fifth ball for free.

What is the largest number of balls the team can get?



ID 284

Practical Mathematics K4Anna has two $100 notes.
She also has eleven $10 notes and nine $1 notes.

How much money does she have in total?



ID 285

Practical Mathematics K4How many toys cost more than one dollar?



ID 1296

Practical Mathematics K4Three large rods and five small rods fit exactly inside this rectangular box.

The diameter of a large rod is 5 meters.

What is the diameter of a small rod?



ID 1914

Practical Mathematics K4Which area of the kite is the largest?



ID 2138

Practical Mathematics K4What time will the clock show in 45 minutes?



ID 2675

Practical Mathematics K4Anna arrived at the swimming pool at 9:00 A.M. and left at noon.

How many hours was Anna at the pool?



ID 2707

Practical Mathematics K4A peasant bought a cow for $3000 and sold her for $4000.

He bought her back for $6000 and sold again for $5600.

How much did he gain or lose on these transactions?


The photograph courtesy of Roland Sauter



ID 2708

Practical Mathematics K4A farmer bought 3 cows for $3600 and sold them for $4000.

He bought them back for $4200 and sold again for $3700.

How much did he gain or lose on these transactions?



ID 2709

Practical Mathematics K4A farmer bought 3 cows for $3000 and sold them for $3500.

He bought them back for $4000 and sold again for $3600.

How much did he gain or lose on these transactions?



ID 2710

Practical Mathematics K4A farmer bought 3 cows for $3300 and sold them for $3500.

He bought them back for $4000 and sold again for $3600.

How much did he gain or lose on these transactions overall?



ID 2740

Practical Mathematics K4Eugenia is learning to play the piano.
She practices 45 minutes a day on Tuesday and Thursday.
On Saturday she practices for one and a half hours.

How much time per week does Eugenia spend practicing piano?



ID 2750

Practical Mathematics K4A team has $100.
One ball costs $8. The team gets every sixth ball for free.

What is the largest number of balls the team can buy?



ID 2751

Practical Mathematics K4A team has $96.
One ball costs $9. The team gets every sixth ball for free.

What is the largest number of balls the team can buy?



ID 2753

Practical Mathematics K4Anna has three $100 notes.
She also has six $10 notes and eleven $1 notes.

How much money does she have in total?



ID 2754

Practical Mathematics K4Anna has three $100 notes.
She also has twelve $10 notes and eleven $1 notes.

How much money does she have in total?



ID 2755

Practical Mathematics K4Anna has two $100 notes.
She also has twelve $10 notes and ten $1 notes.

How much money does she have in total?



ID 2756

Practical Mathematics K4How much money would you need to buy the two most expensive toys?



ID 2773

Practical Mathematics K4John and his sister collect postage stamps.
He has 777 postage stamps, and his sister has 456.

How many more stamps does John have compared to his sister's collection?



ID 2798

Practical Mathematics K4What needs to be added to 5 dollars and 45 cents to make 10 dollars?



ID 3342

Practical Mathematics K4What time is 37 minutes before noon?



ID 3480

Practical Mathematics K4What time will the clock show in 65 minutes?



ID 3570

Practical Mathematics K4A sign shows how much time it takes to walk from Montheron Abbey to different places.

How much time does it take to go to the closest place and come back again?



ID 4156

Practical Mathematics K4A math teacher has 21 students in her class.
Anna, Bill, and Craig are asleep, Daniel and Erik are in the bathroom, and the teacher has sent Fred and George to the principal's office.

How many students are still able to listen to her?



ID 4321

Practical Mathematics K4Which one has the largest maximum size?



ID 4360

Practical Mathematics K4John paid $28 for the cacao.

He gave the seller $50.
Approximately how much change did the seller give to John?



ID 4362

Practical Mathematics K4If I spin the spinner once and it makes three and a half turns, on which sector does the arrow land?



ID 4520

Practical Mathematics K4What is less than 3 quarters of a dollar?



ID 4530

Practical Mathematics K4Which time is shown on the clock?



ID 4557

Practical Mathematics K4Gerry's class needs more pencils.
Anna brought 2, Bill brought 3, and Jane brought 4.

If Gerry brought nothing, there is one pencil still missing, and there are 20 students in the class, how many pencils were there at the beginning?



ID 4822

Practical Mathematics K4There are 44 students in a camp.

How many iPads does the camp need if two children share an iPad?



ID 4972

Practical Mathematics K4How many tiles fit in the area inside of the path with square tiles?



ID 4980

Practical Mathematics K4Beijing is the first city to host both Summer (2008) and Winter (2022) Olympic Games.

What is the gap between the starts of the 2008 Olympic Games and the 2022 Olympic Games?



ID 5132

Practical Mathematics K4There are cows and farmers in a field.

If Gerry counts 22 heads and 66 legs, how many cows are there?

(Gerry does not include himself in the count).


The photograph courtesy of Roland Sauter