## Sunday, April 29, 2012

### Katrina speed: iLiveMath Test Results

Number of Questions: 13

Correctly Answered: 9

Incorrectly Answered: 2

Unanswered: 2

Correct: 69%

Incorrect: 15%

Unanswered: 15%

Question 1:

The 1st group of 5 riders sped past onlookers and were joined by 4 more riders. How many total in the new group?

5 + 4 = 9

You need to spin to pick an answer and tap 'Done'.

Correct Answer: 9

Question 2:

A train with 19 mail bags traveled to the next town and 9 were dropped off. How many mail bags are on the train?

19 - 9 = 10

Correct Answer: 10

Question 3:

A lead pack of 8 Formula One drivers drafted in a line and as they rounded a turn 3 raced ahead. How many are left behind?

8 - 3 = 5

Correct Answer: 5

Question 4:

A lead pack of 7 race cars were joined by 9 cars. How many total cars are in the pack?

7 + 9 = 16

Correct Answer: 16

Question 5:

A Acela train with 11 passengers journeyed to the next station and 8 were dropped off. How many passengers are on the train?

11 - 8 = 3

Correct Answer: 3

Question 6:

A lead pack of 4 race cars were joined by 4 cars. How many total cars are in the pack?

4 + 4 = 8

Correct Answer: 8

Question 7:

The steam train had 11 food crates on board. It voyaged to the next station and picked up 2 more. How many food crates are on the train?

11 + 2 = 13

Correct Answer: 13

Question 8:

The 1st peloton of 10 racers darted past photographers and were joined by 7 more racers. How many total in the new peloton?

10 + 7 = 17

Question 9:

A lead pack of 12 Formula One drivers drafted in a line and as they rounded a turn 6 zoomed ahead. How many are left behind?

12 - 6 = 6

Correct Answer: 6

Question 10:

A maglev train had 5 commuters and sped to the next stop to pick up 3 and drop off 2. How many are on the train?

5 + 3 - 2 = 6

Incorrect Answer: 5

Correct Answer: 6

Question 11:

A train with 12 passengers journeyed to the next stop and 10 were dropped off. How many passengers are on the train?

12 - 10 = 2

Correct Answer: 2

Question 12:

A lead pack of 10 race cars were joined by 2 cars. How many total cars are in the pack?

10 + 2 = 12

Correct Answer: 12

Question 13:

A maglev train had 11 travelers and traveled to the next depot to pick up 9 and drop off 14. How many are on the train?

11 + 9 - 14 = 6

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### Katrina Ocean: iLiveMath Test Results

Number of Questions: 11

Correctly Answered: 9

Incorrectly Answered: 1

Unanswered: 1

Correct: 82%

Incorrect: 9%

Unanswered: 9%

Question 1:

A photographer counted 4 humpback pectoral fin slaps and 9 peduncle throws. How many acrobatic whale behaviors are counted?

4 + 9 = 13

Correct Answer: 13

Question 2:

A site seeing family counted 10 humpback blowhole spouts and 8 spyhops. How many acrobatic whale behaviors are counted?

10 + 8 = 18

Correct Answer: 18

Question 3:

A research submarine counted 9 Leopard coralgroupers which were joined by 9 more. What was the total?

9 + 9 = 18

Correct Answer: 18

Question 4:

The ocean expedition counted a total of 13 Hawaiian green sea turtles and later 9 swam away. How many remain?

13 - 9 = 4

Correct Answer: 4

Question 5:

The sea voyage counted a total of 7 moray eels and later 3 swam away. How many remain?

7 - 3 = 4

Correct Answer: 4

Question 6:

A site seeing family counted 5 humpback pectoral fin slaps and 7 spyhops. How many acrobatic whale behaviors are counted?

5 + 7 = 12

Correct Answer: 12

Question 7:

A whale watcher counted 8 humpback flukes and 6 spyhops. How many acrobatic whale behaviors are counted?

8 + 6 = 14

You need to spin to pick an answer and tap 'Done'.

Correct Answer: 14

Question 8:

The dive counted a total of 13 Foxface rabbitfish and later 2 swam away. How many remain?

13 - 2 = 11

Correct Answer: 11

Question 9:

An oceanographer counted 7 Rizzo dolphins which were joined by 5 more. What was the sum?

7 + 5 = 12

Correct Answer: 12

Question 10:

An oceanographer counted 8 Candy crab which were joined by 3 more. What was the sum?

8 + 3 = 11

Correct Answer: 11

Question 11:

The underwater tour counted a total of 12 Candy crab and later 1 swam away. How many remain?

12 - 1 = 11

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### Katrina Ocean: iLiveMath Test Results

Number of Questions: 10

Correctly Answered: 9

Incorrectly Answered: 1

Unanswered: 0

Correct: 90%

Incorrect: 10%

Unanswered: 0%

Question 1:

A photographer counted 4 humpback pectoral fin slaps and 9 peduncle throws. How many acrobatic whale behaviors are counted?

4 + 9 = 13

Correct Answer: 13

Question 2:

A site seeing family counted 10 humpback blowhole spouts and 8 spyhops. How many acrobatic whale behaviors are counted?

10 + 8 = 18

Correct Answer: 18

Question 3:

A research submarine counted 9 Leopard coralgroupers which were joined by 9 more. What was the total?

9 + 9 = 18

Correct Answer: 18

Question 4:

The ocean expedition counted a total of 13 Hawaiian green sea turtles and later 9 swam away. How many remain?

13 - 9 = 4

Correct Answer: 4

Question 5:

The sea voyage counted a total of 7 moray eels and later 3 swam away. How many remain?

7 - 3 = 4

Correct Answer: 4

Question 6:

A site seeing family counted 5 humpback pectoral fin slaps and 7 spyhops. How many acrobatic whale behaviors are counted?

5 + 7 = 12

Correct Answer: 12

Question 7:

A whale watcher counted 8 humpback flukes and 6 spyhops. How many acrobatic whale behaviors are counted?

8 + 6 = 14

You need to spin to pick an answer and tap 'Done'.

Correct Answer: 14

Question 8:

The dive counted a total of 13 Foxface rabbitfish and later 2 swam away. How many remain?

13 - 2 = 11

Correct Answer: 11

Question 9:

An oceanographer counted 7 Rizzo dolphins which were joined by 5 more. What was the sum?

7 + 5 = 12

Correct Answer: 12

Question 10:

An oceanographer counted 8 Candy crab which were joined by 3 more. What was the sum?

8 + 3 = 11

Correct Answer: 11

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## Wednesday, April 25, 2012

### Katrina speed: iLiveMath Test Results

Number of Questions: 11

Correctly Answered: 10

Incorrectly Answered: 0

Unanswered: 1

Correct: 91%

Incorrect: 0%

Unanswered: 9%

Question 1:

A Acela train with 13 mail bags journeyed to the next stop and 11 were dropped off. How many mail bags are on the train?

13 - 11 = 2

Correct Answer: 2

Question 2:

A lead pack of 11 Formula One cars drafted in a line and as they rounded a turn 7 sped ahead. How many are left behind?

11 - 7 = 4

Correct Answer: 4

Question 3:

Due to water breaks, 5 bikers dropped out of the lead peloton of 8 bikers. How many bikers are left in the lead peloton?

8 - 5 = 3

Correct Answer: 3

Question 4:

A lead pack of 18 Formula One racers drafted in a line and as they rounded a turn 7 zoomed ahead. How many are left behind?

18 - 7 = 11

Correct Answer: 11

Question 5:

A lead pack of 8 race cars were joined by 4 cars. How many total cars are in the pack?

8 + 4 = 12

Correct Answer: 12

Question 6:

Due to exhaustion, 10 riders fell out of the lead field of 21 riders. How many riders are left in the lead field?

21 - 10 = 11

Correct Answer: 11

Question 7:

A maglev train had 5 tourists and journeyed to the next stop to pick up 7 and drop off 5. How many are on the train?

5 + 7 - 5 = 7

Correct Answer: 7

Question 8:

The Acela train had 5 mail bags on board. It journeyed to the next station and picked up 3 more. How many mail bags are on the train?

5 + 3 = 8

Correct Answer: 8

Question 9:

Due to heat, 8 racers fell out of the lead group of 14 racers. How many racers are left in the lead group?

14 - 8 = 6

Correct Answer: 6

Question 10:

A maglev train had 3 passengers and journeyed to the next depot to pick up 2 and drop off 4. How many are on the train?

3 + 2 - 4 = 1

Correct Answer: 1

Question 11:

A maglev train had 2 travelers and traveled to the next depot to pick up 6 and drop off 3. How many are on the train?

2 + 6 - 3 = 5

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### katrina ocean: iLiveMath Test Results

Number of Questions: 10

Correctly Answered: 9

Incorrectly Answered: 1

Unanswered: 0

Correct: 90%

Incorrect: 10%

Unanswered: 0%

Question 1:

A diver counted 3 Titan trigger fish which were joined by 11 more. What was the total?

3 + 11 = 14

Correct Answer: 14

Question 2:

The ocean expedition counted a total of 12 bandwing fish and later 10 swam away. How many remain?

12 - 10 = 2

Correct Answer: 2

Question 3:

A diver counted 4 sea turtles which were joined by 11 more. What was the sum?

4 + 11 = 15

Correct Answer: 15

Question 4:

An oceanographer counted 11 jellyfish which were joined by 10 more. What was the sum?

11 + 10 = 21

Correct Answer: 21

Question 5:

A photographer counted 6 humpback blowhole spouts and 2 lobtails. How many acrobatic whale behaviors are counted?

6 + 2 = 8

Correct Answer: 8

Question 6:

A fishing boat captain counted 2 humpback flukes and 4 peduncle throws. How many acrobatic whale behaviors are counted?

2 + 4 = 6

Correct Answer: 6

Question 7:

A fishing boat captain counted 10 humpback pectoral fin slaps and 2 spyhops. How many acrobatic whale behaviors are counted?

10 + 2 = 12

Correct Answer: 12

Question 8:

A whale watcher counted 3 humpback breaches and 9 spyhops. How many acrobatic whale behaviors are counted?

3 + 9 = 12

Incorrect Answer: 11

Correct Answer: 12

Question 9:

A diver counted 3 Hawaiian green sea turtles which were joined by 4 more. What was the sum?

3 + 4 = 7

Correct Answer: 7

Question 10:

The dive counted a total of 13 moray eels and later 6 swam away. How many remain?

13 - 6 = 7

Correct Answer: 7

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## Sunday, April 22, 2012

### Justin speed: iLiveMath Test Results

Number of Questions: 10

Correctly Answered: 8

Incorrectly Answered: 2

Unanswered: 0

Correct: 80%

Incorrect: 20%

Unanswered: 0%

Question 1:

A lead pack of 60 Formula One cars drafted in a line and as they

rounded a turn 26 raced ahead. How many are left behind?

60 - 26 = 34

Incorrect Answer: 44

Question 2:

If a Maglev train traveled at an average speed of 217 mph, how many

miles are traveled in 7 hours? (Distance = Rate x Time)

217 mph x 7 hours = 1519 miles

Correct Answer: 1519

Question 3:

The Space Shuttle launch was postponed from 10:13PM to 10:38PM due to

weather. How long did the spectators wait?

10:38 PM - 10:13 PM = 25 minutes

Correct Answer: 25

Question 4:

A lead pack of 96 Formula One cars drafted in a line and as they

rounded a turn 33 zoomed ahead. How many are left behind?

96 - 33 = 63

Correct Answer: 63

Question 5:

A circus train with 61 water jugs sped to the next town and 46 were

dropped off. How many water jugs are on the train?

61 - 46 = 15

Correct Answer: 15

Question 6:

A shuttle at Mach 21 (High-Hypersonic) reaches Mach 23 to dock with

the ISS. What is the difference?

Mach 23 - Mach 21 = Mach 2

Correct Answer: 2

Question 7:

A race car hurtled at 190 mph for a 1.1 hour race. How many miles did

the race car travel?

Rate x Time = Distance; 190 mph x (11/10) hrs = 209 miles

Incorrect Answer: 190

Question 8:

Due to water breaks, 42 bikers dropped out of the lead peloton of 49

bikers. How many bikers are left in the lead peloton?

49 - 42 = 7

Correct Answer: 7

Question 9:

Due to tire changes, 16 racers fell out of the lead group of 39

racers. How many racers are left in the lead group?

39 - 16 = 23

Correct Answer: 23

Question 10:

A lead pack of 34 stock cars were joined by 52 cars. How many total

cars are in the pack?

34 + 52 = 86

Correct Answer: 86

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## Monday, April 16, 2012

Number of Questions: 198

Correctly Answered: 0

Incorrectly Answered: 1

Unanswered: 197

Correct: 0%

Incorrect: 1%

Unanswered: 99%

Question 1:

A whale watcher counted 11 humpback pectoral fin slaps and 9 peduncle throws. How many acrobatic whale behaviors are counted?

11 + 9 = 20

Question 2:

The dive counted a total of 11 Shortnose greeneye fish and later 9 swam away. How many remain?

11 - 9 = 2

Question 3:

A fishing boat captain counted 9 humpback breaches and 5 spyhops. How many acrobatic whale behaviors are counted?

9 + 5 = 14

Question 4:

The underwater tour counted a total of 17 Rainbow crabs and later 8 swam away. How many remain?

17 - 8 = 9

Question 5:

A fishing boat captain counted 4 humpback breaches and 4 spyhops. How many acrobatic whale behaviors are counted?

4 + 4 = 8

Question 6:

A whale watcher counted 9 humpback flukes and 3 lobtails. How many acrobatic whale behaviors are counted?

9 + 3 = 12

Question 7:

A site seeing family counted 10 humpback breaches and 7 peduncle throws. How many acrobatic whale behaviors are counted?

10 + 7 = 17

Question 8:

The dive counted a total of 12 Bat fish and later 3 swam away. How many remain?

12 - 3 = 9

Question 9:

A diver counted 6 Three-stripe damsel fish which were joined by 8 more. What was the total?

6 + 8 = 14

Question 10:

A research submarine counted 7 spotted jellyfish which were joined by 3 more. What was the sum?

7 + 3 = 10

Question 11:

A marine scientist counted 7 Red parrot fish which were joined by 3 more. What was the sum?

7 + 3 = 10

Question 12:

A marine scientist counted 9 Arc-eye hawkfish which were joined by 10 more. What was the total?

9 + 10 = 19

Question 13:

The ocean expedition counted a total of 20 Horseshoe crabs and later 9 swam away. How many remain?

20 - 9 = 11

Question 14:

A marine scientist counted 4 Stingray which were joined by 4 more. What was the sum?

4 + 4 = 8

Question 15:

The ocean expedition counted a total of 20 Rainbow crabs and later 9 swam away. How many remain?

20 - 9 = 11

Question 16:

A marine scientist counted 8 sea turtles which were joined by 2 more. What was the sum?

8 + 2 = 10

Question 17:

A fishing boat captain counted 2 humpback flukes and 9 fluke slaps. How many acrobatic whale behaviors are counted?

2 + 9 = 11

Question 18:

The dive counted a total of 20 Hawaiian green sea turtles and later 9 swam away. How many remain?

20 - 9 = 11

Question 19:

An oceanographer counted 10 humpback breaches and 7 fluke slaps. How many acrobatic whale behaviors are counted?

10 + 7 = 17

Question 20:

The underwater tour counted a total of 11 Lion fish and later 1 swam away. How many remain?

11 - 1 = 10

Question 21:

The underwater tour counted a total of 13 dolphins and later 9 swam away. How many remain?

13 - 9 = 4

Question 22:

A research submarine counted 8 Cuttlefish which were joined by 9 more. What was the sum?

8 + 9 = 17

Question 23:

The underwater tour counted a total of 15 penguins and later 8 swam away. How many remain?

15 - 8 = 7

Question 24:

A diver counted 11 sea lions which were joined by 6 more. What was the total?

11 + 6 = 17

Question 25:

An oceanographer counted 8 Cuttlefish which were joined by 8 more. What was the sum?

8 + 8 = 16

Question 26:

A research submarine counted 5 sea lions which were joined by 2 more. What was the sum?

5 + 2 = 7

Question 27:

A whale watcher counted 8 humpback flukes and 2 lobtails. How many acrobatic whale behaviors are counted?

8 + 2 = 10

Question 28:

The sea voyage counted a total of 13 Bat fish and later 3 swam away. How many remain?

13 - 3 = 10

Question 29:

The dive counted a total of 20 Seahorses and later 9 swam away. How many remain?

20 - 9 = 11

Question 30:

A diver counted 6 Yellow boxfish which were joined by 11 more. What was the sum?

6 + 11 = 17

Question 31:

A photographer counted 7 humpback breaches and 11 fluke slaps. How many acrobatic whale behaviors are counted?

7 + 11 = 18

Question 32:

The ocean expedition counted a total of 9 Humphead wrasse fish and later 6 swam away. How many remain?

9 - 6 = 3

Question 33:

A marine biologist counted 5 Sixbar wrasse fish which were joined by 11 more. What was the total?

5 + 11 = 16

Question 34:

A research submarine counted 2 spotted jellyfish which were joined by 5 more. What was the sum?

2 + 5 = 7

Question 35:

A fishing boat captain counted 7 humpback lunge feeds and 4 peduncle throws. How many acrobatic whale behaviors are counted?

7 + 4 = 11

Question 36:

A diver counted 6 Rizzo dolphins which were joined by 2 more. What was the total?

6 + 2 = 8

Question 37:

A marine scientist counted 10 Shortnose greeneye fish which were joined by 8 more. What was the total?

10 + 8 = 18

Question 38:

An oceanographer counted 4 humpback flukes and 3 fluke slaps. How many acrobatic whale behaviors are counted?

4 + 3 = 7

Question 39:

A research submarine counted 5 sea turtles which were joined by 8 more. What was the total?

5 + 8 = 13

Question 40:

The sea voyage counted a total of 5 Moorish Idol fish and later 2 swam away. How many remain?

5 - 2 = 3

Question 41:

The ocean expedition counted a total of 13 sea lions and later 8 swam away. How many remain?

13 - 8 = 5

Question 42:

A marine biologist counted 10 Yellow boxfish which were joined by 5 more. What was the total?

10 + 5 = 15

Question 43:

An oceanographer counted 10 humpback flukes and 8 lobtails. How many acrobatic whale behaviors are counted?

10 + 8 = 18

Question 44:

A marine scientist counted 6 Orangutan Crabs which were joined by 11 more. What was the sum?

6 + 11 = 17

Question 45:

The underwater tour counted a total of 13 moray eels and later 9 swam away. How many remain?

13 - 9 = 4

Question 46:

A site seeing family counted 3 humpback flukes and 4 spyhops. How many acrobatic whale behaviors are counted?

3 + 4 = 7

Question 47:

An oceanographer counted 2 spotted jellyfish which were joined by 3 more. What was the sum?

2 + 3 = 5

Question 48:

A research submarine counted 4 Clown fish which were joined by 11 more. What was the sum?

4 + 11 = 15

Question 49:

The underwater tour counted a total of 11 Orangutan Crabs and later 5 swam away. How many remain?

11 - 5 = 6

Question 50:

A photographer counted 3 humpback pectoral fin slaps and 4 fluke slaps. How many acrobatic whale behaviors are counted?

3 + 4 = 7

Question 51:

The underwater tour counted a total of 13 Sixbar wrasse fish and later 8 swam away. How many remain?

13 - 8 = 5

Question 52:

A diver counted 7 penguins which were joined by 9 more. What was the total?

7 + 9 = 16

Question 53:

A photographer counted 9 humpback flukes and 2 fluke slaps. How many acrobatic whale behaviors are counted?

9 + 2 = 11

Question 54:

A photographer counted 3 humpback flukes and 4 lobtails. How many acrobatic whale behaviors are counted?

3 + 4 = 7

Question 55:

A site seeing family counted 4 humpback lunge feeds and 7 lobtails. How many acrobatic whale behaviors are counted?

4 + 7 = 11

Question 56:

A marine biologist counted 4 sea lions which were joined by 11 more. What was the total?

4 + 11 = 15

Question 57:

A diver counted 5 Rainbow crabs which were joined by 2 more. What was the sum?

5 + 2 = 7

Question 58:

A fishing boat captain counted 10 humpback flukes and 4 fluke slaps. How many acrobatic whale behaviors are counted?

10 + 4 = 14

Question 59:

A photographer counted 8 humpback breaches and 4 spyhops. How many acrobatic whale behaviors are counted?

8 + 4 = 12

Question 60:

A marine scientist counted 7 Hawaiian green sea turtles which were joined by 3 more. What was the total?

7 + 3 = 10

Question 61:

An oceanographer counted 3 Leopard coralgroupers which were joined by 7 more. What was the total?

3 + 7 = 10

Question 62:

A marine biologist counted 9 Bat fish which were joined by 11 more. What was the total?

9 + 11 = 20

Question 63:

An oceanographer counted 8 Magpie Sweetlips which were joined by 7 more. What was the sum?

8 + 7 = 15

Question 64:

The underwater tour counted a total of 16 Leopard coralgroupers and later 8 swam away. How many remain?

16 - 8 = 8

Question 65:

The dive counted a total of 12 Lion fish and later 1 swam away. How many remain?

12 - 1 = 11

Question 66:

A marine biologist counted 4 jellyfish which were joined by 11 more. What was the total?

4 + 11 = 15

Question 67:

A site seeing family counted 5 humpback lunge feeds and 4 peduncle throws. How many acrobatic whale behaviors are counted?

5 + 4 = 9

Question 68:

A site seeing family counted 4 humpback lunge feeds and 5 lobtails. How many acrobatic whale behaviors are counted?

4 + 5 = 9

Question 69:

The underwater tour counted a total of 18 sea lions and later 7 swam away. How many remain?

18 - 7 = 11

Question 70:

A photographer counted 4 humpback flukes and 10 peduncle throws. How many acrobatic whale behaviors are counted?

4 + 10 = 14

Question 71:

A diver counted 2 Anglerfish which were joined by 4 more. What was the total?

2 + 4 = 6

Question 72:

A marine biologist counted 11 Horseshoe crabs which were joined by 3 more. What was the total?

11 + 3 = 14

Question 73:

A research submarine counted 2 starfish which were joined by 6 more. What was the sum?

2 + 6 = 8

Question 74:

The underwater tour counted a total of 10 Cuttlefish and later 4 swam away. How many remain?

10 - 4 = 6

Question 75:

A research submarine counted 8 Anglerfish which were joined by 2 more. What was the total?

8 + 2 = 10

Question 76:

The ocean expedition counted a total of 12 Moorish Idol fish and later 7 swam away. How many remain?

12 - 7 = 5

Question 77:

The underwater tour counted a total of 8 moray eels and later 3 swam away. How many remain?

8 - 3 = 5

Question 78:

A research submarine counted 7 starfish which were joined by 7 more. What was the sum?

7 + 7 = 14

Question 79:

The ocean expedition counted a total of 14 sea lions and later 3 swam away. How many remain?

14 - 3 = 11

Question 80:

The dive counted a total of 11 Seahorses and later 5 swam away. How many remain?

11 - 5 = 6

Question 81:

The underwater tour counted a total of 16 Titan trigger fish and later 10 swam away. How many remain?

16 - 10 = 6

Question 82:

A diver counted 8 Titan trigger fish which were joined by 8 more. What was the total?

8 + 8 = 16

Question 83:

An oceanographer counted 10 Candy crab which were joined by 9 more. What was the total?

10 + 9 = 19

Question 84:

An oceanographer counted 3 humpback pectoral fin slaps and 7 fluke slaps. How many acrobatic whale behaviors are counted?

3 + 7 = 10

Question 85:

A photographer counted 8 humpback breaches and 9 fluke slaps. How many acrobatic whale behaviors are counted?

8 + 9 = 17

Question 86:

A marine biologist counted 2 Dolphins which were joined by 4 more. What was the sum?

2 + 4 = 6

Question 87:

An oceanographer counted 10 humpback blowhole spouts and 5 spyhops. How many acrobatic whale behaviors are counted?

10 + 5 = 15

Question 88:

A site seeing family counted 7 humpback flukes and 3 lobtails. How many acrobatic whale behaviors are counted?

7 + 3 = 10

Question 89:

The underwater tour counted a total of 13 jellyfish and later 8 swam away. How many remain?

13 - 8 = 5

Question 90:

The underwater tour counted a total of 8 penguins and later 5 swam away. How many remain?

8 - 5 = 3

Question 91:

An oceanographer counted 4 bandwing fish which were joined by 4 more. What was the sum?

4 + 4 = 8

Question 92:

A marine scientist counted 8 Chrysaora jelly which were joined by 4 more. What was the sum?

8 + 4 = 12

Question 93:

A whale watcher counted 6 humpback breaches and 9 spyhops. How many acrobatic whale behaviors are counted?

6 + 9 = 15

Question 94:

An oceanographer counted 4 humpback pectoral fin slaps and 9 spyhops. How many acrobatic whale behaviors are counted?

4 + 9 = 13

Question 95:

A marine scientist counted 5 spotted jellyfish which were joined by 8 more. What was the sum?

5 + 8 = 13

Question 96:

The sea voyage counted a total of 12 Golden-headed Sleeper Goby fish and later 5 swam away. How many remain?

12 - 5 = 7

Question 97:

The dive counted a total of 12 spotted jellyfish and later 1 swam away. How many remain?

12 - 1 = 11

Question 98:

A whale watcher counted 11 humpback lunge feeds and 5 peduncle throws. How many acrobatic whale behaviors are counted?

11 + 5 = 16

Question 99:

The sea voyage counted a total of 9 Clown fish and later 7 swam away. How many remain?

9 - 7 = 2

Question 100:

A site seeing family counted 10 humpback pectoral fin slaps and 11 lobtails. How many acrobatic whale behaviors are counted?

10 + 11 = 21

Question 101:

A fishing boat captain counted 7 humpback breaches and 5 lobtails. How many acrobatic whale behaviors are counted?

7 + 5 = 12

Question 102:

An oceanographer counted 3 humpback flukes and 10 lobtails. How many acrobatic whale behaviors are counted?

3 + 10 = 13

Question 103:

A research submarine counted 9 Rainbow crabs which were joined by 4 more. What was the sum?

9 + 4 = 13

Question 104:

An oceanographer counted 10 Seahorses which were joined by 5 more. What was the sum?

10 + 5 = 15

Question 105:

An oceanographer counted 2 sea lions which were joined by 9 more. What was the sum?

2 + 9 = 11

Question 106:

An oceanographer counted 11 sea turtles which were joined by 7 more. What was the sum?

11 + 7 = 18

Question 107:

A site seeing family counted 3 humpback blowhole spouts and 4 peduncle throws. How many acrobatic whale behaviors are counted?

3 + 4 = 7

Question 108:

A research submarine counted 10 Dolphins which were joined by 6 more. What was the total?

10 + 6 = 16

Question 109:

The sea voyage counted a total of 13 Rizzo dolphins and later 2 swam away. How many remain?

13 - 2 = 11

Question 110:

A diver counted 7 Parrot fish which were joined by 3 more. What was the total?

7 + 3 = 10

Question 111:

The underwater tour counted a total of 15 bandwing fish and later 10 swam away. How many remain?

15 - 10 = 5

Question 112:

An oceanographer counted 7 Tube worm blenny fish which were joined by 3 more. What was the total?

7 + 3 = 10

Question 113:

A whale watcher counted 2 humpback pectoral fin slaps and 2 fluke slaps. How many acrobatic whale behaviors are counted?

2 + 2 = 4

Question 114:

A diver counted 5 penguins which were joined by 2 more. What was the total?

5 + 2 = 7

Question 115:

An oceanographer counted 9 starfish which were joined by 3 more. What was the total?

9 + 3 = 12

Question 116:

The dive counted a total of 17 Golden-headed Sleeper Goby fish and later 9 swam away. How many remain?

17 - 9 = 8

Question 117:

A marine biologist counted 3 sea lions which were joined by 4 more. What was the sum?

3 + 4 = 7

Question 118:

The underwater tour counted a total of 6 Cuttlefish and later 4 swam away. How many remain?

6 - 4 = 2

Question 119:

A fishing boat captain counted 6 humpback blowhole spouts and 10 peduncle throws. How many acrobatic whale behaviors are counted?

6 + 10 = 16

Question 120:

An oceanographer counted 11 humpback blowhole spouts and 6 spyhops. How many acrobatic whale behaviors are counted?

11 + 6 = 17

Question 121:

A photographer counted 10 humpback breaches and 8 peduncle throws. How many acrobatic whale behaviors are counted?

10 + 8 = 18

Question 122:

A whale watcher counted 3 humpback lunge feeds and 3 lobtails. How many acrobatic whale behaviors are counted?

3 + 3 = 6

Question 123:

The ocean expedition counted a total of 12 Tube worm blenny fish and later 3 swam away. How many remain?

12 - 3 = 9

Question 124:

A marine scientist counted 4 Humphead wrasse fish which were joined by 8 more. What was the total?

4 + 8 = 12

Question 125:

An oceanographer counted 5 Orangutan Crabs which were joined by 4 more. What was the total?

5 + 4 = 9

Question 126:

The sea voyage counted a total of 10 Parrot fish and later 7 swam away. How many remain?

10 - 7 = 3

Question 127:

A diver counted 2 spotted jellyfish which were joined by 8 more. What was the total?

2 + 8 = 10

Question 128:

A marine biologist counted 3 Three-stripe damsel fish which were joined by 9 more. What was the total?

3 + 9 = 12

Question 129:

A marine scientist counted 4 Clown fish which were joined by 4 more. What was the total?

4 + 4 = 8

Question 130:

A research submarine counted 3 Red parrot fish which were joined by 6 more. What was the sum?

3 + 6 = 9

Question 131:

The sea voyage counted a total of 16 starfish and later 10 swam away. How many remain?

16 - 10 = 6

Question 132:

A whale watcher counted 6 humpback lunge feeds and 3 fluke slaps. How many acrobatic whale behaviors are counted?

6 + 3 = 9

Question 133:

A research submarine counted 6 spotted jellyfish which were joined by 8 more. What was the total?

6 + 8 = 14

Question 134:

A research submarine counted 10 Dolphins which were joined by 6 more. What was the total?

10 + 6 = 16

Question 135:

A marine scientist counted 10 Candy crab which were joined by 7 more. What was the total?

10 + 7 = 17

Question 136:

A marine scientist counted 2 Humphead wrasse fish which were joined by 4 more. What was the total?

2 + 4 = 6

Question 137:

A marine biologist counted 8 Dolphins which were joined by 9 more. What was the sum?

8 + 9 = 17

Question 138:

An oceanographer counted 5 humpback blowhole spouts and 8 fluke slaps. How many acrobatic whale behaviors are counted?

5 + 8 = 13

Question 139:

The ocean expedition counted a total of 11 Yellow boxfish and later 9 swam away. How many remain?

11 - 9 = 2

Question 140:

The ocean expedition counted a total of 12 otters and later 7 swam away. How many remain?

12 - 7 = 5

Question 141:

A whale watcher counted 8 humpback flukes and 6 spyhops. How many acrobatic whale behaviors are counted?

8 + 6 = 14

Question 142:

An oceanographer counted 6 Horseshoe crabs which were joined by 6 more. What was the sum?

6 + 6 = 12

Question 143:

A marine scientist counted 11 sea lions which were joined by 9 more. What was the total?

11 + 9 = 20

Question 144:

An oceanographer counted 3 humpback blowhole spouts and 7 lobtails. How many acrobatic whale behaviors are counted?

3 + 7 = 10

Question 145:

A research submarine counted 10 spotted jellyfish which were joined by 7 more. What was the total?

10 + 7 = 17

Question 146:

A research submarine counted 8 Golden-headed Sleeper Goby fish which were joined by 11 more. What was the sum?

8 + 11 = 19

Question 147:

The sea voyage counted a total of 12 Moorish Idol fish and later 3 swam away. How many remain?

12 - 3 = 9

Question 148:

A marine biologist counted 2 sea lions which were joined by 5 more. What was the total?

2 + 5 = 7

Question 149:

A photographer counted 6 humpback pectoral fin slaps and 4 peduncle throws. How many acrobatic whale behaviors are counted?

6 + 4 = 10

Question 150:

An oceanographer counted 8 Whitetip reef sharks which were joined by 9 more. What was the sum?

8 + 9 = 17

Question 151:

The sea voyage counted a total of 8 Cuttlefish and later 3 swam away. How many remain?

8 - 3 = 5

Question 152:

A whale watcher counted 4 humpback flukes and 4 lobtails. How many acrobatic whale behaviors are counted?

4 + 4 = 8

Question 153:

The sea voyage counted a total of 8 Titan trigger fish and later 1 swam away. How many remain?

8 - 1 = 7

Question 154:

A fishing boat captain counted 8 humpback blowhole spouts and 10 fluke slaps. How many acrobatic whale behaviors are counted?

8 + 10 = 18

Question 155:

A research submarine counted 10 Yellow boxfish which were joined by 8 more. What was the total?

10 + 8 = 18

Question 156:

A marine scientist counted 8 dolphins which were joined by 5 more. What was the total?

8 + 5 = 13

Question 157:

A site seeing family counted 2 humpback pectoral fin slaps and 4 fluke slaps. How many acrobatic whale behaviors are counted?

2 + 4 = 6

Question 158:

The dive counted a total of 8 spotted jellyfish and later 6 swam away. How many remain?

8 - 6 = 2

Question 159:

A whale watcher counted 4 humpback blowhole spouts and 2 peduncle throws. How many acrobatic whale behaviors are counted?

4 + 2 = 6

Question 160:

The sea voyage counted a total of 8 Whitetip reef sharks and later 5 swam away. How many remain?

8 - 5 = 3

Question 161:

The dive counted a total of 19 Tube worm blenny fish and later 9 swam away. How many remain?

19 - 9 = 10

Question 162:

A whale watcher counted 2 humpback lunge feeds and 11 fluke slaps. How many acrobatic whale behaviors are counted?

2 + 11 = 13

Question 163:

The dive counted a total of 12 Humphead wrasse fish and later 2 swam away. How many remain?

12 - 2 = 10

Question 164:

An oceanographer counted 3 Rainbow crabs which were joined by 6 more. What was the total?

3 + 6 = 9

Question 165:

The dive counted a total of 19 moray eels and later 8 swam away. How many remain?

19 - 8 = 11

Question 166:

A whale watcher counted 10 humpback flukes and 5 lobtails. How many acrobatic whale behaviors are counted?

10 + 5 = 15

Question 167:

An oceanographer counted 11 sea lions which were joined by 6 more. What was the sum?

11 + 6 = 17

Question 168:

The dive counted a total of 4 Chrysaora jelly and later 1 swam away. How many remain?

4 - 1 = 3

Question 169:

A site seeing family counted 6 humpback blowhole spouts and 6 spyhops. How many acrobatic whale behaviors are counted?

6 + 6 = 12

Question 170:

The underwater tour counted a total of 6 Parrot fish and later 4 swam away. How many remain?

6 - 4 = 2

Question 171:

The underwater tour counted a total of 9 Tube worm blenny fish and later 3 swam away. How many remain?

9 - 3 = 6

Question 172:

A photographer counted 11 humpback flukes and 4 lobtails. How many acrobatic whale behaviors are counted?

11 + 4 = 15

Question 173:

The underwater tour counted a total of 11 Lion fish and later 8 swam away. How many remain?

11 - 8 = 3

Question 174:

A research submarine counted 10 starfish which were joined by 7 more. What was the total?

10 + 7 = 17

Question 175:

An oceanographer counted 9 Rizzo dolphins which were joined by 10 more. What was the sum?

9 + 10 = 19

Question 176:

The ocean expedition counted a total of 16 sea lions and later 8 swam away. How many remain?

16 - 8 = 8

Question 177:

The dive counted a total of 13 Orangutan Crabs and later 9 swam away. How many remain?

13 - 9 = 4

Question 178:

A whale watcher counted 9 humpback pectoral fin slaps and 9 peduncle throws. How many acrobatic whale behaviors are counted?

9 + 9 = 18

Question 179:

The dive counted a total of 12 Bat fish and later 3 swam away. How many remain?

12 - 3 = 9

Question 180:

The ocean expedition counted a total of 8 starfish and later 2 swam away. How many remain?

8 - 2 = 6

Question 181:

An oceanographer counted 9 humpback pectoral fin slaps and 10 peduncle throws. How many acrobatic whale behaviors are counted?

9 + 10 = 19

Question 182:

The ocean expedition counted a total of 11 Titan trigger fish and later 4 swam away. How many remain?

11 - 4 = 7

Question 183:

A marine biologist counted 9 sea lions which were joined by 11 more. What was the sum?

9 + 11 = 20

Question 184:

The dive counted a total of 15 Magpie Sweetlips and later 9 swam away. How many remain?

15 - 9 = 6

Question 185:

The ocean expedition counted a total of 16 Yellow boxfish and later 10 swam away. How many remain?

16 - 10 = 6

Question 186:

A fishing boat captain counted 7 humpback pectoral fin slaps and 9 spyhops. How many acrobatic whale behaviors are counted?

7 + 9 = 16

Question 187:

The sea voyage counted a total of 13 Cuttlefish and later 4 swam away. How many remain?

13 - 4 = 9

Question 188:

A site seeing family counted 9 humpback flukes and 4 spyhops. How many acrobatic whale behaviors are counted?

9 + 4 = 13

Question 189:

The ocean expedition counted a total of 3 Red parrot fish and later 1 swam away. How many remain?

3 - 1 = 2

Question 190:

A research submarine counted 9 Sixbar wrasse fish which were joined by 7 more. What was the total?

9 + 7 = 16

Question 191:

A marine biologist counted 10 Hawaiian green sea turtles which were joined by 2 more. What was the sum?

10 + 2 = 12

Question 192:

A marine biologist counted 8 Golden-headed Sleeper Goby fish which were joined by 6 more. What was the total?

8 + 6 = 14

Question 193:

An oceanographer counted 6 sea lions which were joined by 9 more. What was the total?

6 + 9 = 15

Incorrect Answer: 18

Question 194:

An oceanographer counted 8 otters which were joined by 7 more. What was the sum?

8 + 7 = 15

Question 195:

A site seeing family counted 3 humpback lunge feeds and 7 lobtails. How many acrobatic whale behaviors are counted?

3 + 7 = 10

Question 196:

The dive counted a total of 10 Parrot fish and later 8 swam away. How many remain?

10 - 8 = 2

Question 197:

The underwater tour counted a total of 9 jellyfish and later 5 swam away. How many remain?

9 - 5 = 4

Question 198:

A marine biologist counted 11 penguins which were joined by 9 more. What was the total?

11 + 9 = 20

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## Sunday, April 15, 2012

### Audrey 1st grade: iLiveMath Test Results

Number of Questions: 12

Correctly Answered: 9

Incorrectly Answered: 2

Unanswered: 1

Correct: 75%

Incorrect: 17%

Unanswered: 8%

Question 1:

The apiologist has a collection of 13 bumblebees and 11 were given to a science center. How many bumblebees remain in the collection?

13 - 11 = 2 bumblebees

Correct Answer: 2

Question 2:

The lepidopterist has a collection of 13 Spangled fritillary and 4 were given to a science center. How many Spangled fritillary remain in the collection?

13 - 4 = 9 Spangled fritillary

Incorrect Answer: 14

Correct Answer: 9

Question 3:

The lepidopterist has a collection of 14 Spangled fritillary and 10 were donated to a museum. How many Spangled fritillary remain in the collection?

14 - 10 = 4 Spangled fritillary

Correct Answer: 4

Question 4:

The apiologist has a collection of 13 bees and 10 were given to another collector. How many bees remain in the collection?

13 - 10 = 3 bees

Correct Answer: 3

Question 5:

The odonatologist has a collection of 2 dragonflies and captured 7 more specimens. How many dragonflies are in the collection?

2 + 7 = 9 dragonflies

Correct Answer: 9

Question 6:

The apiologist has a collection of 4 bees and captured 6 more specimens. How many bees are in the collection?

4 + 6 = 10 bees

Correct Answer: 10

Question 7:

The lepidopterist has a collection of 7 Monarch Butterflies and captured 9 more specimens. How many Monarch Butterflies are in the collection?

7 + 9 = 16 Monarch Butterflies

Incorrect Answer: 15

Correct Answer: 16

Question 8:

The coleopterist has a collection of 2 Asian longhorn beetles and captured 6 more specimens. How many Asian longhorn beetles are in the collection?

2 + 6 = 8 Asian longhorn beetles

Correct Answer: 8

Question 9:

The coleopterist has a collection of 10 Hercules beetles and captured 3 more specimens. How many Hercules beetles are in the collection?

10 + 3 = 13 Hercules beetles

Correct Answer: 13

Question 10:

The arachnologist has a collection of 10 tarantulas and 2 were given to another collector. How many tarantulas remain in the collection?

10 - 2 = 8 tarantulas

Correct Answer: 8

Question 11:

The arachnologist has a collection of 6 spinybacked orbweavers and captured 3 more specimens. How many spinybacked orbweavers are in the collection?

6 + 3 = 9 spinybacked orbweavers

Correct Answer: 9

Question 12:

The apiologist has a collection of 7 bees and captured 8 more specimens. How many bees are in the collection?

7 + 8 = 15 bees

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### Justin Speed: iLiveMath Test Results

Number of Questions: 10

Correctly Answered: 10

Incorrectly Answered: 0

Unanswered: 0

Correct: 100%

Incorrect: 0%

Unanswered: 0%

Question 1:

A shuttle at Mach 10 (Hypersonic) reaches Mach 23 to dock with the ISS. What is the difference?

Mach 23 - Mach 10 = Mach 13

Correct Answer: 13

Question 2:

The train had 8 water jugs on board. It journeyed to the next depot and picked up 48 more. How many water jugs are on the train?

8 + 48 = 56

Correct Answer: 56

Question 3:

The 1st pack of 36 cyclists raced past photographers and were joined by 5 more cyclists. How many total in the new pack?

36 + 5 = 41

Correct Answer: 41

Question 4:

At the speed of sound, Thunderbirds sped 1 mile in 5 seconds. The jets travel 38 miles in ___ seconds? (Dist. = Rate x Time)

5 x 38 = 190

Correct Answer: 190

Question 5:

If a Maglev train journeyed at an average speed of 198 mph, how many miles are traveled in 3 hours? (Distance = Rate x Time)

198 mph x 3 hours = 594 miles

Correct Answer: 594

Question 6:

A shuttle at Mach 4 (Supersonic) reaches Mach 23 to dock with the ISS. What is the difference?

Mach 23 - Mach 4 = Mach 19

Correct Answer: 19

Question 7:

To escape earth's gravity the Space Shuttle must accelerate from Mach 9 to Mach 22. Calculate the difference?

Mach 22 - Mach 9 = Mach 13

Correct Answer: 13

Question 8:

A Formula One racer hurtled at 260 km/h for a 1.1 hour race. How many kilometers did the Formula One racer travel?

Rate x Time = Distance; 260 km/h x (11/10) hrs = 286 km

Correct Answer: 286

Question 9:

At the speed of sound, Thunderbirds sped 1 mile in 5 seconds. The jets travel 14 miles in ___ seconds? (Dist. = Rate x Time)

5 x 14 = 70

Correct Answer: 70

Question 10:

The paramedic left the garage and dashed to the crash at 4:10PM and arrived at 4:52PM. How many minutes did it take?

4:52 PM - 4:10 PM = 42 minutes

Correct Answer: 42

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### Justin Speed: iLiveMath Test Results

Number of Questions: 10

Correctly Answered: 10

Incorrectly Answered: 0

Unanswered: 0

Correct: 100%

Incorrect: 0%

Unanswered: 0%

Question 1:

A shuttle at Mach 10 (Hypersonic) reaches Mach 23 to dock with the ISS. What is the difference?

Mach 23 - Mach 10 = Mach 13

Correct Answer: 13

Question 2:

The train had 8 water jugs on board. It journeyed to the next depot and picked up 48 more. How many water jugs are on the train?

8 + 48 = 56

Correct Answer: 56

Question 3:

The 1st pack of 36 cyclists raced past photographers and were joined by 5 more cyclists. How many total in the new pack?

36 + 5 = 41

Correct Answer: 41

Question 4:

At the speed of sound, Thunderbirds sped 1 mile in 5 seconds. The jets travel 38 miles in ___ seconds? (Dist. = Rate x Time)

5 x 38 = 190

Correct Answer: 190

Question 5:

If a Maglev train journeyed at an average speed of 198 mph, how many miles are traveled in 3 hours? (Distance = Rate x Time)

198 mph x 3 hours = 594 miles

Correct Answer: 594

Question 6:

A shuttle at Mach 4 (Supersonic) reaches Mach 23 to dock with the ISS. What is the difference?

Mach 23 - Mach 4 = Mach 19

Correct Answer: 19

Question 7:

To escape earth's gravity the Space Shuttle must accelerate from Mach 9 to Mach 22. Calculate the difference?

Mach 22 - Mach 9 = Mach 13

Correct Answer: 13

Question 8:

A Formula One racer hurtled at 260 km/h for a 1.1 hour race. How many kilometers did the Formula One racer travel?

Rate x Time = Distance; 260 km/h x (11/10) hrs = 286 km

Correct Answer: 286

Question 9:

At the speed of sound, Thunderbirds sped 1 mile in 5 seconds. The jets travel 14 miles in ___ seconds? (Dist. = Rate x Time)

5 x 14 = 70

Correct Answer: 70

Question 10:

The paramedic left the garage and dashed to the crash at 4:10PM and arrived at 4:52PM. How many minutes did it take?

4:52 PM - 4:10 PM = 42 minutes

Correct Answer: 42

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## Saturday, April 14, 2012

### First Name: iLiveMath Test Results

Number of Questions: 1

Correctly Answered: 0

Incorrectly Answered: 0

Unanswered: 1

Correct: 0%

Incorrect: 0%

Unanswered: 100%

Question 1:

A marine biologist counted 8 Orangutan Crabs which were joined by 9 more. What was the total?

8 + 9 = 17

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## Thursday, April 12, 2012

### Katrina winter sport: iLiveMath Winter Sports Test Results

Number of Questions: 11

Correctly Answered: 10

Incorrectly Answered: 0

Unanswered: 1

Correct: 91%

Incorrect: 0%

Unanswered: 9%

Question 1:

Out of 12 downhill skiing kids 9 were experts, how many are learning?

12 - 9 = 3

Correct Answer: 3

Question 2:

If there are 4 toboganning and another 4 curling kids, what is the sum?

4 + 4 = 8

Correct Answer: 8

Question 3:

If there are 11 downhill skiing and another 3 freestyle skiing kids, what is the sum?

11 + 3 = 14

Correct Answer: 14

Question 4:

If there are 6 curling and another 10 fast track skating kids, what is the sum?

6 + 10 = 16

Correct Answer: 16

Question 5:

Out of 18 biathlon kids 8 were experts, how many are learning?

18 - 8 = 10

Correct Answer: 10

Question 6:

We watched 11 curling and another 10 snowboarding kids. How many total kids did we see?

11 + 10 = 21

Correct Answer: 21

Question 7:

We watched 2 snowbobbing and another 2 mogul skiing kids. How many total kids did we see?

2 + 2 = 4

Correct Answer: 4

Question 8:

Out of 13 snowball fighting kids 11 were experts, how many are learning?

13 - 11 = 2

Correct Answer: 2

Question 9:

Out of 13 speed skating kids 7 were experts, how many are learning?

13 - 7 = 6

Correct Answer: 6

Question 10:

We watched 11 ringette playing and another 4 curling kids. How many total kids did we see?

11 + 4 = 15

Correct Answer: 15

Question 11:

Out of 14 biathlon kids 11 were boys, how many were girls?

14 - 11 = 3

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Number of Questions: 12

Correctly Answered: 10

Incorrectly Answered: 1

Unanswered: 1

Correct: 83%

Incorrect: 8%

Unanswered: 8%

Question 1:

Due to heat, 11 riders dropped out of the lead group of 15 riders. How many riders are left in the lead group?

15 - 11 = 4

Correct Answer: 4

Question 2:

The train had 4 mail bags on board. It sped to the next town and picked up 4 more. How many mail bags are on the train?

4 + 4 = 8

Correct Answer: 8

Question 3:

Due to exhaustion, 6 cyclists fell out of the lead group of 9 cyclists. How many cyclists are left in the lead group?

9 - 6 = 3

Incorrect Answer: 4

Correct Answer: 3

Question 4:

A lead pack of 9 stock cars were joined by 9 cars. How many total cars are in the pack?

9 + 9 = 18

Correct Answer: 18

Question 5:

A lead pack of 13 Formula One drivers drafted in a line and as they rounded a turn 6 zoomed ahead. How many are left behind?

13 - 6 = 7

Correct Answer: 7

Question 6:

A lead pack of 7 Formula One cars drafted in a line and as they rounded a turn 5 hurtled ahead. How many are left behind?

7 - 5 = 2

Correct Answer: 2

Question 7:

A maglev train had 5 passengers and journeyed to the next depot to pick up 3 and drop off 6. How many are on the train?

5 + 3 - 6 = 2

Correct Answer: 2

Question 8:

The Acela train had 3 passengers on board. It sped to the next town and picked up 10 more. How many passengers are on the train?

3 + 10 = 13

Correct Answer: 13

Question 9:

Due to heat, 5 bikers dropped out of the lead pack of 10 bikers. How many bikers are left in the lead pack?

10 - 5 = 5

Correct Answer: 5

Question 10:

The Acela train had 7 passengers on board. It voyaged to the next station and picked up 4 more. How many passengers are on the train?

7 + 4 = 11

Correct Answer: 11

Question 11:

The 1st group of 7 racers raced past excited friends and were joined by 4 more racers. How many total in the new group?

7 + 4 = 11

Correct Answer: 11

Question 12:

Due to tire changes, 8 bikers fell out of the lead group of 13 bikers. How many bikers are left in the lead group?

13 - 8 = 5

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### Katrina Ocean: iLiveMath Test Results

Number of Questions: 11

Correctly Answered: 10

Incorrectly Answered: 0

Unanswered: 1

Correct: 91%

Incorrect: 0%

Unanswered: 9%

Question 1:

A site seeing family counted 2 humpback pectoral fin slaps and 11 lobtails. How many acrobatic whale behaviors are counted?

2 + 11 = 13

Correct Answer: 13

Question 2:

A research submarine counted 10 Bat fish which were joined by 2 more. What was the sum?

10 + 2 = 12

Correct Answer: 12

Question 3:

A research submarine counted 7 starfish which were joined by 8 more. What was the sum?

7 + 8 = 15

Correct Answer: 15

Question 4:

An oceanographer counted 3 Leopard coralgroupers which were joined by 3 more. What was the sum?

3 + 3 = 6

Correct Answer: 6

Question 5:

The underwater tour counted a total of 18 Horseshoe crabs and later 7 swam away. How many remain?

18 - 7 = 11

Correct Answer: 11

Question 6:

A site seeing family counted 11 humpback flukes and 5 spyhops. How many acrobatic whale behaviors are counted?

11 + 5 = 16

Correct Answer: 16

Question 7:

A marine biologist counted 2 Whitetip reef sharks which were joined by 5 more. What was the total?

2 + 5 = 7

Correct Answer: 7

Question 8:

A diver counted 3 Titan trigger fish which were joined by 10 more. What was the sum?

3 + 10 = 13

Correct Answer: 13

Question 9:

A marine scientist counted 7 Whitetip reef sharks which were joined by 8 more. What was the sum?

7 + 8 = 15

Correct Answer: 15

Question 10:

A photographer counted 10 humpback flukes and 8 spyhops. How many acrobatic whale behaviors are counted?

10 + 8 = 18

Correct Answer: 18

Question 11:

The underwater tour counted a total of 8 Whitetip reef sharks and later 3 swam away. How many remain?

8 - 3 = 5

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## Wednesday, April 11, 2012

### First Name: iLiveMath Test Results

Number of Questions: 5

Correctly Answered: 0

Incorrectly Answered: 0

Unanswered: 5

Correct: 0%

Incorrect: 0%

Unanswered: 100%

Question 1:

A lead pack of 10 Formula One cars drafted in a line and as they rounded a turn 3 zoomed ahead. How many are left behind?

10 - 3 = 7

Question 2:

The 1st pack of 6 riders darted past cheering fans and were joined by 5 more riders. How many total in the new pack?

6 + 5 = 11

Question 3:

A maglev train had 8 commuters and journeyed to the next depot to pick up 7 and drop off 2. How many are on the train?

8 + 7 - 2 = 13

Question 4:

A lead pack of 7 stock cars were joined by 8 cars. How many total cars are in the pack?

7 + 8 = 15

Question 5:

Due to exhaustion, 2 bikers fell out of the lead peloton of 12 bikers. How many bikers are left in the lead peloton?

12 - 2 = 10

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## Monday, April 9, 2012

### Katrina winter sport: iLiveMath Winter Sports Test Results

Number of Questions: 10

Correctly Answered: 9

Incorrectly Answered: 1

Unanswered: 0

Correct: 90%

Incorrect: 10%

Unanswered: 0%

Question 1:

Out of 10 figure skating kids 7 were boys, how many were girls?

10 - 7 = 3

Correct Answer: 3

Question 2:

Out of 15 toboganning kids 8 were boys, how many were girls?

15 - 8 = 7

Correct Answer: 7

Question 3:

Out of 18 broomballing kids 8 were boys, how many were girls?

18 - 8 = 10

Correct Answer: 10

Question 4:

Out of 15 snowball fighting kids 8 were experts, how many are learning?

15 - 8 = 7

Correct Answer: 7

Question 5:

Out of 10 ice fishing kids 4 were boys, how many were girls?

10 - 4 = 6

Correct Answer: 6

Question 6:

Out of 6 snowboarding kids 2 were experts, how many are learning?

6 - 2 = 4

Correct Answer: 4

Question 7:

If there are 5 snowmobiling and another 3 ice skating kids, what is the sum?

5 + 3 = 8

Correct Answer: 8

Question 8:

Out of 10 biathlon kids 4 were boys, how many were girls?

10 - 4 = 6

Correct Answer: 6

Question 9:

Out of 14 ice swimming kids 5 were experts, how many are learning?

14 - 5 = 9

Incorrect Answer: 11

Question 10:

If there are 4 figure skating and another 11 curling kids, what is the sum?

4 + 11 = 15

Correct Answer: 15

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### Justin Speed: iLiveMath Test Results

Number of Questions: 10

Correctly Answered: 8

Incorrectly Answered: 2

Unanswered: 0

Correct: 80%

Incorrect: 20%

Unanswered: 0%

Question 1:

The train had 6 water jugs on board. It voyaged to the next town and picked up 25 more. How many water jugs are on the train?

6 + 25 = 31

Incorrect Answer: 32

Question 2:

At the speed of sound, F-15 Eagles flew 1 mile in 5 seconds. The jets travel 11 miles in ___ seconds? (Dist. = Rate x Time)

5 x 11 = 55

Correct Answer: 55

Question 3:

To escape earth's gravity the Space Shuttle must accelerate from Mach 19 to Mach 22. Calculate the difference?

Mach 22 - Mach 19 = Mach 3

Correct Answer: 3

Question 4:

The 1st field of 28 riders raced past excited friends and were joined by 28 more riders. How many total in the new field?

28 + 28 = 56

Correct Answer: 56

Question 5:

If a Maglev train sped at an average speed of 216 mph, how many miles are traveled in 4 hours? (Distance = Rate x Time)

216 mph x 4 hours = 864 miles

Correct Answer: 864

Question 6:

A shuttle at Mach 5 (Hypersonic) reaches Mach 23 to dock with the ISS. What is the difference?

Mach 23 - Mach 5 = Mach 18

Correct Answer: 18

Question 7:

If a Maglev train sped at an average speed of 224 mph, how many miles are traveled in 2 hours? (Distance = Rate x Time)

224 mph x 2 hours = 448 miles

Incorrect Answer: 444

Question 8:

If a Maglev train traveled at an average speed of 218 mph, how many miles are traveled in 2 hours? (Distance = Rate x Time)

218 mph x 2 hours = 436 miles

Correct Answer: 436

Question 9:

At Mach 1, F-15 Eagles raced 1 km in 3 seconds. The jets travel 43 km in ___ seconds? (Dist. = Rate x Time)

3 x 43 = 129

Correct Answer: 129

Question 10:

The 1st group of 23 riders dashed past onlookers and were joined by 50 more riders. How many total in the new group?

23 + 50 = 73

Correct Answer: 73

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### Katrina speed: iLiveMath Test Results

Number of Questions: 12

Correctly Answered: 11

Incorrectly Answered: 1

Unanswered: 0

Correct: 92%

Incorrect: 8%

Unanswered: 0%

Question 1:

Due to exhaustion, 10 bikers dropped out of the lead field of 20 bikers. How many bikers are left in the lead field?

20 - 10 = 10

Correct Answer: 10

Question 2:

The Acela train had 6 passengers on board. It traveled to the next station and picked up 9 more. How many passengers are on the train?

6 + 9 = 15

Correct Answer: 15

Question 3:

The circus train had 5 mail bags on board. It traveled to the next depot and picked up 10 more. How many mail bags are on the train?

5 + 10 = 15

Incorrect Answer: 16

Correct Answer: 15

Question 4:

A maglev train had 2 tourists and traveled to the next depot to pick up 4 and drop off 1. How many are on the train?

2 + 4 - 1 = 5

Correct Answer: 5

Question 5:

A lead pack of 21 Formula One cars drafted in a line and as they rounded a turn 10 hurtled ahead. How many are left behind?

21 - 10 = 11

Correct Answer: 11

Question 6:

A maglev train had 7 tourists and journeyed to the next depot to pick up 6 and drop off 9. How many are on the train?

7 + 6 - 9 = 4

Correct Answer: 4

Question 7:

The train had 4 food crates on board. It sped to the next town and picked up 4 more. How many food crates are on the train?

4 + 4 = 8

Correct Answer: 8

Question 8:

A train with 14 mail bags traveled to the next station and 9 were dropped off. How many mail bags are on the train?

14 - 9 = 5

Correct Answer: 5

Question 9:

Due to tire changes, 3 riders fell out of the lead group of 13 riders. How many riders are left in the lead group?

13 - 3 = 10

Correct Answer: 10

Question 10:

The Acela train had 8 passengers on board. It journeyed to the next stop and picked up 8 more. How many passengers are on the train?

8 + 8 = 16

Correct Answer: 16

Question 11:

A maglev train had 2 travelers and raced to the next stop to pick up 6 and drop off 4. How many are on the train?

2 + 6 - 4 = 4

Correct Answer: 4

Question 12:

Due to exhaustion, 8 bikers fell out of the lead field of 16 bikers. How many bikers are left in the lead field?

16 - 8 = 8

Correct Answer: 8

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### Katrina Ocean: iLiveMath Test Results

Number of Questions: 13

Correctly Answered: 13

Incorrectly Answered: 0

Unanswered: 0

Correct: 100%

Incorrect: 0%

Unanswered: 0%

Question 1:

An oceanographer counted 10 humpback pectoral fin slaps and 11 spyhops. How many acrobatic whale behaviors are counted?

10 + 11 = 21

Correct Answer: 21

Question 2:

A fishing boat captain counted 6 humpback breaches and 8 fluke slaps. How many acrobatic whale behaviors are counted?

6 + 8 = 14

Correct Answer: 14

Question 3:

An oceanographer counted 3 Arc-eye hawkfish which were joined by 3 more. What was the total?

3 + 3 = 6

Correct Answer: 6

Question 4:

A site seeing family counted 5 humpback pectoral fin slaps and 3 spyhops. How many acrobatic whale behaviors are counted?

5 + 3 = 8

Correct Answer: 8

Question 5:

The ocean expedition counted a total of 11 Golden-headed Sleeper Goby fish and later 4 swam away. How many remain?

11 - 4 = 7

Correct Answer: 7

Question 6:

A site seeing family counted 11 humpback blowhole spouts and 11 peduncle throws. How many acrobatic whale behaviors are counted?

11 + 11 = 22

Correct Answer: 22

Question 7:

A research submarine counted 9 Magpie Sweetlips which were joined by 6 more. What was the total?

9 + 6 = 15

Correct Answer: 15

Question 8:

A whale watcher counted 7 humpback blowhole spouts and 9 lobtails. How many acrobatic whale behaviors are counted?

7 + 9 = 16

Correct Answer: 16

Question 9:

A fishing boat captain counted 7 humpback pectoral fin slaps and 11 fluke slaps. How many acrobatic whale behaviors are counted?

7 + 11 = 18

Correct Answer: 18

Question 10:

The ocean expedition counted a total of 21 Humphead wrasse fish and later 10 swam away. How many remain?

21 - 10 = 11

Correct Answer: 11

Question 11:

A photographer counted 8 humpback lunge feeds and 11 spyhops. How many acrobatic whale behaviors are counted?

8 + 11 = 19

Correct Answer: 19

Question 12:

A whale watcher counted 8 humpback flukes and 5 fluke slaps. How many acrobatic whale behaviors are counted?

8 + 5 = 13

Correct Answer: 13

Question 13:

A fishing boat captain counted 2 humpback pectoral fin slaps and 7 spyhops. How many acrobatic whale behaviors are counted?

2 + 7 = 9

Correct Answer: 9

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## Saturday, April 7, 2012

### Justin Speed: iLiveMath Test Results

Number of Questions: 20

Correctly Answered: 18

Incorrectly Answered: 2

Unanswered: 0

Correct: 90%

Incorrect: 10%

Unanswered: 0%

Question 1:

At Mach 1, Thunderbirds flew 1 km in 3 seconds. The jets travel 56 km in ___ seconds? (Dist. = Rate x Time)

3 x 56 = 168

Correct Answer: 168

Question 2:

A lead pack of 26 Formula One racers drafted in a line and as they rounded a turn 3 zoomed ahead. How many are left behind?

26 - 3 = 23

Correct Answer: 23

Question 3:

A lead pack of 83 Formula One racers drafted in a line and as they rounded a turn 35 hurtled ahead. How many are left behind?

83 - 35 = 48

Incorrect Answer: 52

Incorrect Answer: 52

Incorrect Answer: 53

Incorrect Answer: 52

Correct Answer: 48

Question 4:

A maglev train had 10 commuters and traveled to the next town to pick up 14 and drop off 1. How many are on the train?

10 + 14 - 1 = 23

Correct Answer: 23

Question 5:

The fire engine left the firestation and raced to the crash at 4:21AM and arrived at 4:47AM. How many minutes did it take?

4:47 AM - 4:21 AM = 26 minutes

Correct Answer: 26

Question 6:

A lead pack of 59 stock cars were joined by 16 cars. How many total cars are in the pack?

59 + 16 = 75

Correct Answer: 75

Question 7:

A Formula One racer hurtled at 330 km/h for a 1.1 hour race. How many kilometers did the Formula One racer travel?

Rate x Time = Distance; 330 km/h x (11/10) hrs = 363 km

Correct Answer: 363

Question 8:

A train with 67 passengers sped to the next stop and 14 were dropped off. How many passengers are on the train?

67 - 14 = 53

Correct Answer: 53

Question 9:

A stock car zoomed at 200 mph for a 1.1 hour race. How many miles did the stock car travel?

Rate x Time = Distance; 200 mph x (11/10) hrs = 220 miles

Correct Answer: 220

Question 10:

A shuttle at Mach 14 (High-Hypersonic) reaches Mach 23 to dock with the ISS. What is the difference?

Mach 23 - Mach 14 = Mach 9

Correct Answer: 9

Question 11:

A lead pack of 34 stock cars were joined by 8 cars. How many total cars are in the pack?

34 + 8 = 42

Correct Answer: 42

Question 12:

A lead pack of 31 stock cars were joined by 26 cars. How many total cars are in the pack?

31 + 26 = 57

Correct Answer: 57

Question 13:

If a Maglev train sped at an average speed of 223 mph, how many miles are traveled in 6 hours? (Distance = Rate x Time)

223 mph x 6 hours = 1338 miles

Correct Answer: 1338

Question 14:

A race car hurtled at 180 mph for a 1.3 hour race. How many miles did the race car travel?

Rate x Time = Distance; 180 mph x (13/10) hrs = 234 miles

Correct Answer: 234

Question 15:

The Space Shuttle launch was rescheduled from 3:10AM to 3:32AM due to ice. How long did the spectators wait?

3:32 AM - 3:10 AM = 22 minutes

Correct Answer: 22

Question 16:

A lead pack of 56 stock cars were joined by 45 cars. How many total cars are in the pack?

56 + 45 = 101

Correct Answer: 101

Question 17:

A maglev train had 36 tourists and sped to the next town to pick up 14 and drop off 25. How many are on the train?

36 + 14 - 25 = 25

Incorrect Answer: 35

Correct Answer: 25

Question 18:

A lead pack of 36 stock cars were joined by 30 cars. How many total cars are in the pack?

36 + 30 = 66

Correct Answer: 66

Question 19:

The train had 62 passengers on board. It voyaged to the next station and picked up 3 more. How many passengers are on the train?

62 + 3 = 65

Correct Answer: 65

Question 20:

A stock car hurtled at 220 mph for a 1.1 hour race. How many miles did the stock car travel?

Rate x Time = Distance; 220 mph x (11/10) hrs = 242 miles

Correct Answer: 242

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## Wednesday, April 4, 2012

### First Name: iLiveMath Test Results

Number of Questions: 1

Correctly Answered: 0

Incorrectly Answered: 1

Unanswered: 0

Correct: 0%

Incorrect: 100%

Unanswered: 0%

Question 1:

A whale watcher counted 9 humpback flukes and 5 spyhops. How many acrobatic whale behaviors are counted?

9 + 5 = 14

You need to spin to pick an answer and tap 'Done'.

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## Sunday, April 1, 2012

### Justin Winter Sports: iLiveMath Winter Sports Test Results

Number of Questions: 20

Correctly Answered: 20

Incorrectly Answered: 0

Unanswered: 0

Correct: 100%

Incorrect: 0%

Unanswered: 0%

iLiveMath Winter Sports Test Results: Level 3

Number of Questions: 20

Correctly Answered: 19

Incorrectly Answered: 0

Unanswered: 1

Correct: 95

Incorrect: 0

Unanswered: 5

iLiveMath Winter Sports Test Results: Level 3

Number of Questions: 10

Correctly Answered: 10

Incorrectly Answered: 0

Unanswered: 0

Correct: 100

Incorrect: 0

Unanswered: 0

Question 1:

Five judges give a freestyle skier style points of 70, 20, 5, 70, and 60. What is the average?

(70 + 20 + 5 + 70 + 60) / 5 = 45

Correct Answer: 45

Question 2:

Each girls ice ringette team has 18 skaters and 2 goaltenders. How many 1st place ribbons are awarded?

1 x (18 + 2) = 20

Correct Answer: 20

Question 3:

How many total 1st place ribbons are awarded for the 2 person sled event?

1 x 2 = 2

Correct Answer: 2

Question 4:

Out of 182 fast track skating kids 93 were boys, how many were girls?

182 - 93 = 89

Correct Answer: 89

Question 5:

Two judges give an ice sculptor style points of 78 and 92. What is the average?

(78 + 92) / 2 = 85

Correct Answer: 85

Question 6:

Three judges give a snowman builder team style points of 15, 6, and 6. What is the average?

(15 + 6 + 6) / 3 = 9

Correct Answer: 9

Question 7:

If each snowman building team has 7 members. How many total members are there in 10 teams?

7 x 10 = 70

Correct Answer: 70

Question 8:

Two judges give an ice sculptor style points of 62 and 58. What is the average?

(62 + 58) / 2 = 60

Correct Answer: 60

Question 9:

Out of 80 ice swimming kids 45 were boys, how many were girls?

80 - 45 = 35

Correct Answer: 35

Question 10:

How many total 1st place ribbons are awarded for the 2 person sled event?

1 x 2 = 2

Correct Answer: 2

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Question 11:

Each girls ice ringette team has 18 skaters and 2 goaltenders. How many 1st place ribbons are awarded?

1 x (18 + 2) = 20

Correct Answer: 20

Question 12:

If each broomballing team has 8 members. How many total members are there in 6 teams?

8 x 6 = 48

Correct Answer: 48

Question 13:

Out of 133 curling kids 35 were boys, how many were girls?

133 - 35 = 98

Correct Answer: 98

Question 14:

Out of 124 ice skating kids 60 were boys, how many were girls?

124 - 60 = 64

Correct Answer: 64

Question 15:

If there are 92 snowshoeing and another 97 snowboarding slalom kids, what is the sum?

92 + 97 = 189

Correct Answer: 189

Question 16:

Two judges give a figure skater style points of 76 and 60. What is the average?

(76 + 60) / 2 = 68

Correct Answer: 68

Question 17:

Four judges give a snowboarder style points of 24, 28, 32, and 8. What is the average?

(24 + 28 + 32 + 8) / 4 = 23

Correct Answer: 23

Question 18:

Each girls ice ringette team has 18 skaters and 2 goaltenders. How many 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place ribbons are awarded?

3 x (18 + 2) = 60

Correct Answer: 60

Question 19:

If each broomballing team has 22 members. How many total members are there in 7 teams?

22 x 7 = 154

Correct Answer: 154

Question 20:

Four judges give a snowboarder style points of 20, 4, 32, and 4. What is the average?

(20 + 4 + 32 + 4) / 4 = 15

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