iLiveMath Results: Level 3

Number of Questions: 33

Correctly Answered: 0

Incorrectly Answered: 0

Unanswered: 33

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Incorrect: 0%

Unanswered: 100%

Question 1:

A humpback's low register songs last for 28 minutes each hour. How long is the total song if this continues for 26 hours?

Total Minutes = 28 minutes/hour x 26 hours = 728 minutes

Question 2:

If in a group of 344 sea creatures two fourths were Parrot fish, then how many are there?

344 / 4 x 2 = 172

Question 3:

A whale watcher counted 29 humpback lunge feeds and 71 peduncle throws. How many acrobatic whale behaviors are counted?

29 + 71 = 100

Question 4:

A diver counted 32 Moorish Idol fish which were joined by 69 more. What was the total?

32 + 69 = 101

Question 5:

If in a group of 66 sea creatures two thirds were Magpie Sweetlips, then how many are there?

66 / 3 x 2 = 44

Question 6:

In a group of 272 sea animals one fourth were Humphead wrasse fish. Calculate the total Humphead wrasse fish?

272 / 4 = 68

Question 7:

A humpback's beautiful songs last for 24 minutes each hour. How long is the total song if this continues for 22 hours?

Total Minutes = 24 minutes/hour x 22 hours = 528 minutes

Question 8:

In a group of 119 sea animals three sevenths were Horseshoe crabs. Calculate the number?

119 / 7 x 3 = 51

Question 9:

In a group of 168 sea animals three eighths were Candy crab. Calculate the number?

168 / 8 x 3 = 63

Question 10:

If in a group of 468 sea creatures two ninths were otters, then how many are there?

468 / 9 x 2 = 104

Question 11:

The marine life census counted 119 total sea creatures where one seventh were sea lions. Calculate the #?

119 / 7 = 17

Question 12:

A photographer counted 65 humpback lunge feeds and 40 lobtails. How many acrobatic whale behaviors are counted?

65 + 40 = 105

Question 13:

Humpbacks catch small fish and krill by creating a circular bubblenet with a 29 meter radius. The bubblenet area equals π(pi) x ____?

Area of a circle = π x (radius squared) = π x (radius x radius) = π x (29 x 29)= π x 841 square meters

Question 14:

An oceanographer counted 11 starfish which were joined by 93 more. What was the sum?

11 + 93 = 104

Question 15:

The ocean expedition counted a total of 121 sea lions and later 33 swam away. How many remain?

121 - 33 = 88

Question 16:

In a group of 80 sea animals one fourth were Shortnose greeneye fish. Calculate the total Shortnose greeneye fish?

80 / 4 = 20

Question 17:

Humpbacks catch krill by creating a round bubblenet with a radius of 22 meters. The circumference is π(pi) x ____?

Diameter = 2 x radius = (2 x 22 meters)= 44 meters

Question 18:

The marine life census counted 690 total sea creatures where one tenth were sea turtles. Calculate the #?

690 / 10 = 69

Question 19:

A site seeing family counted 26 humpback breaches and 57 fluke slaps. How many acrobatic whale behaviors are counted?

26 + 57 = 83

Question 20:

The marine life census counted 560 total sea creatures where one seventh were Parrot fish. Calculate the #?

560 / 7 = 80

Question 21:

Humpbacks catch krill by creating a round bubblenet with a radius of 20 meters. The circumference is π(pi) x ____?

Diameter = 2 x radius = (2 x 20 meters)= 40 meters

Question 22:

A humpback's low register songs last for 20 minutes each hour. How long is the total song if this continues for 22 hours?

Total Minutes = 20 minutes/hour x 22 hours = 440 minutes

Question 23:

Humpbacks catch small fish and krill by creating a circular bubblenet with a 25 meter radius. The bubblenet area equals π(pi) x ____?

Area of a circle = π x (radius squared) = π x (radius x radius) = π x (25 x 25)= π x 625 square meters

Question 24:

Humpbacks catch small fish and krill by creating a circular bubblenet with a 24 meter radius. The bubblenet area equals π(pi) x ____?

Area of a circle = π x (radius squared) = π x (radius x radius) = π x (24 x 24)= π x 576 square meters

Question 25:

A humpback's complex songs last for 28 minutes each hour. How long is the total song if this continues for 21 hours?

Total Minutes = 28 minutes/hour x 21 hours = 588 minutes

Question 26:

An oceanographer counted 58 humpback lunge feeds and 80 peduncle throws. How many acrobatic whale behaviors are counted?

58 + 80 = 138

Question 27:

The marine life census counted 301 total sea creatures where one seventh were Moorish Idol fish. Calculate the #?

301 / 7 = 43

Question 28:

The marine life census counted 540 total sea creatures where one tenth were Anglerfish. Calculate the #?

540 / 10 = 54

Question 29:

The marine life census counted 595 total sea creatures where one seventh were Three-stripe damsel fish. Calculate the #?

595 / 7 = 85

Question 30:

The underwater tour counted a total of 142 bandwing fish and later 76 swam away. How many remain?

142 - 76 = 66

Question 31:

In a group of 518 sea animals three sevenths were Rizzo dolphins. Calculate the number?

518 / 7 x 3 = 222

Question 32:

The dive counted a total of 100 sea lions and later 19 swam away. How many remain?

100 - 19 = 81

Question 33:

In a group of 268 sea animals three fourths were Red parrot fish. Calculate the number?

268 / 4 x 3 = 201

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