Math Word Problems: Session 13

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01. Ryan and his dad went on a hike. The hike started at 8 a.m. They hiked for 5 hours. What time was it when they finished their hike?
A. 11 a. m.
B. 12.30 p. m.
C. 1 a.m.
D. 1 p.m.
02. Ryan and his dad went on another hike. This hike started at 10:00 a.m. and finished at 3:00 p.m. How many hours did they hike?
A. 7 hours
B. 3 hours
C. 6 hours
D. 5 hours
03. Ryan caught a rainbow trout. It was 16 inches long. Ryan’s dad caught a rainbow trout that was 9 inches long. How much longer was Ryan’s fish than his dad’s fish?
A. 9 inches
B. 6 inches
C. 8 inches
D. 7 inches
04. Sara made a snowman. The snowman was made from 3 large balls of snow. The first ball was 30 inches tall, the second ball was 23 inches tall, and the third ball was 17 inches tall. How tall was the snowman when all 3 balls of snow were stacked on top of each other?
A. 75 inches tall
B. 65 inches tall
C. 50 inches tall
D. 70 inches tall
05. Sara decided to earn money by shoveling snow off her neighbors’ sidewalks. She charged $3.00 a sidewalk. She shoveled 7 sidewalks. How much money did she earn?
A. $22.00
B. $24.00
C. $28.00
D. $21.00
06. Sara took 15 minutes to shovel each sidewalk. How long did she work to shovel all 7 sidewalks? Find the answer in hours and minutes.
A. 1 hour 30 minutes
B. 2 hour
C. 1 hour 35 minutes
D. 1 hour 45 minutes
07. Ryan has a bird feeder. He puts 10 ounces of seed in the feeder each day. How much seed will he use in a week?
A. 75 ounces
B. 50 ounces
C. 17 ounces
D. 70 ounces
08. Ryan bought a bag of birdseed for $4.25. He paid with a $5.00 bill. How much change did he get back?
A. $1.25
B. $1.75
C. $0.25
D. $0.75
09. Ryan has 2 bags of birdseed. Each bag holds 90 ounces. If he puts 10 ounces of seed in the feeder each day, how many days can Ryan fill his feeder?
A. 20 days
B. 15 days
C. 17 days
D. 18 days
10. Mary is making lemonade for lunch. There are 5 people having lunch. Each person’s glass holds 9 ounces. A can of lemonade makes 32 ounces. Will Mary have enough lemonade for everyone?