Number of Questions: 26

Correctly Answered: 26

Incorrectly Answered: 0

Unanswered: 0

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Incorrect: 0%

Unanswered: 0%

Question 1:

A fishing boat captain counted 15 humpback flukes and 4 fluke slaps. How many acrobatic whale behaviors are counted?

15 + 4 = 19

Correct Answer: 19

Question 2:

In a group of 48 sea animals one fourth were Stingray. Calculate the total Stingray?

48 / 4 = 12

Correct Answer: 12

Question 3:

An oceanographer counted 16 Golden-headed Sleeper Goby fish which were joined by 8 more. What was the sum?

16 + 8 = 24

Correct Answer: 24

Question 4:

A photographer counted 19 humpback blowhole spouts and 2 lobtails. How many acrobatic whale behaviors are counted?

19 + 2 = 21

Correct Answer: 21

Question 5:

In a group of 18 sea animals one third were Chrysaora jelly. Calculate the total Chrysaora jelly?

18 / 3 = 6

Correct Answer: 6

Question 6:

An oceanographer counted 50 dolphins which were joined by 41 more. What was the sum?

50 + 41 = 91

Correct Answer: 91

Question 7:

In a group of 164 sea animals one fourth were Magpie Sweetlips. Calculate the total Magpie Sweetlips?

164 / 4 = 41

Correct Answer: 41

Question 8:

In a group of 176 sea animals one fourth were sea lions. Calculate the total sea lions?

176 / 4 = 44

Correct Answer: 44

Question 9:

The ocean expedition counted a total of 56 Rainbow crabs and later 41 swam away. How many remain?

56 - 41 = 15

Correct Answer: 15

Question 10:

A whale watcher counted 6 humpback lunge feeds and 31 spyhops. How many acrobatic whale behaviors are counted?

6 + 31 = 37

Correct Answer: 37

Question 11:

The ocean expedition counted a total of 81 Yellow boxfish and later 33 swam away. How many remain?

81 - 33 = 48

Correct Answer: 48

Question 12:

An oceanographer counted 23 Parrot fish which were joined by 28 more. What was the sum?

23 + 28 = 51

Correct Answer: 51

Question 13:

A fishing boat captain counted 36 humpback pectoral fin slaps and 10 peduncle throws. How many acrobatic whale behaviors are counted?

36 + 10 = 46

Correct Answer: 46

Question 14:

A photographer counted 48 humpback lunge feeds and 31 peduncle throws. How many acrobatic whale behaviors are counted?

48 + 31 = 79

Correct Answer: 79

Question 15:

The ocean expedition counted a total of 53 Candy crab and later 48 swam away. How many remain?

53 - 48 = 5

Correct Answer: 5

Question 16:

In a group of 16 sea animals one fourth were sea lions. Calculate the total sea lions?

16 / 4 = 4

Correct Answer: 4

Question 17:

The sea voyage counted a total of 68 Lion fish and later 24 swam away. How many remain?

68 - 24 = 44

Correct Answer: 44

Question 18:

In a group of 60 sea animals one fourth were Yellow boxfish. Calculate the total Yellow boxfish?

60 / 4 = 15

Correct Answer: 15

Question 19:

A site seeing family counted 8 humpback lunge feeds and 3 peduncle throws. How many acrobatic whale behaviors are counted?

8 + 3 = 11

Correct Answer: 11

Question 20:

The underwater tour counted a total of 61 Whitetip reef sharks and later 40 swam away. How many remain?

61 - 40 = 21

Correct Answer: 21

Question 21:

A marine biologist counted 10 bandwing fish which were joined by 46 more. What was the sum?

10 + 46 = 56

Correct Answer: 56

Question 22:

A research submarine counted 23 Parrot fish which were joined by 15 more. What was the total?

23 + 15 = 38

Correct Answer: 38

Question 23:

A site seeing family counted 35 humpback lunge feeds and 13 spyhops. How many acrobatic whale behaviors are counted?

35 + 13 = 48

Correct Answer: 48

Question 24:

The dive counted a total of 13 Titan trigger fish and later 10 swam away. How many remain?

13 - 10 = 3

Correct Answer: 3

Question 25:

The ocean expedition counted a total of 83 sea lions and later 37 swam away. How many remain?

83 - 37 = 46

Correct Answer: 46

Question 26:

A whale watcher counted 50 humpback breaches and 42 fluke slaps. How many acrobatic whale behaviors are counted?

50 + 42 = 92

Correct Answer: 92

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