iLiveMath Results: Level 1

Number of Questions: 20

Correctly Answered: 20

Incorrectly Answered: 0

Unanswered: 0

Correct: 100%

Incorrect: 0%

Unanswered: 0%

Question 1:

A photographer counted 11 humpback breaches and 10 spyhops. How many

acrobatic whale behaviors are counted?

11 + 10 = 21

Correct Answer: 21

Question 2:

The underwater tour counted a total of 11 Candy crab and later 7 swam

away. How many remain?

11 - 7 = 4

Correct Answer: 4

Question 3:

A photographer counted 7 humpback pectoral fin slaps and 11 peduncle

throws. How many acrobatic whale behaviors are counted?

7 + 11 = 18

Correct Answer: 18

Question 4:

An oceanographer counted 3 sea lions which were joined by 6 more.

What was the sum?

3 + 6 = 9

Correct Answer: 9

Question 5:

The dive counted a total of 17 penguins and later 7 swam away. How many remain?

17 - 7 = 10

Correct Answer: 10

Question 6:

An oceanographer counted 11 humpback flukes and 8 fluke slaps. How

many acrobatic whale behaviors are counted?

11 + 8 = 19

Correct Answer: 19

Question 7:

An oceanographer counted 3 humpback flukes and 9 spyhops. How many

acrobatic whale behaviors are counted?

3 + 9 = 12

Correct Answer: 12

Question 8:

A research submarine counted 10 otters which were joined by 5 more.

What was the total?

10 + 5 = 15

Correct Answer: 15

Question 9:

The dive counted a total of 5 Three-stripe damsel fish and later 3

swam away. How many remain?

5 - 3 = 2

Correct Answer: 2

Question 10:

A research submarine counted 7 Wolf eels which were joined by 4 more.

What was the total?

7 + 4 = 11

Correct Answer: 11

Question 11:

A marine biologist counted 3 Wolf eels which were joined by 3 more.

What was the total?

3 + 3 = 6

Correct Answer: 6

Question 12:

A research submarine counted 8 Rainbow crabs which were joined by 7

more. What was the total?

8 + 7 = 15

Correct Answer: 15

Question 13:

A whale watcher counted 2 humpback breaches and 7 fluke slaps. How

many acrobatic whale behaviors are counted?

2 + 7 = 9

Correct Answer: 9

Question 14:

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

13 - 10 = 3

Correct Answer: 3

Question 15:

A photographer counted 5 humpback flukes and 6 fluke slaps. How many

acrobatic whale behaviors are counted?

5 + 6 = 11

Correct Answer: 11

Question 16:

An oceanographer counted 2 humpback flukes and 6 spyhops. How many

acrobatic whale behaviors are counted?

2 + 6 = 8

Correct Answer: 8

Question 17:

The underwater tour counted a total of 16 Bat fish and later 9 swam

away. How many remain?

16 - 9 = 7

Correct Answer: 7

Question 18:

An oceanographer counted 9 Magpie Sweetlips which were joined by 11

more. What was the sum?

9 + 11 = 20

Correct Answer: 20

Question 19:

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 20:

The ocean expedition counted a total of 7 sea lions and later 2 swam

away. How many remain?

7 - 2 = 5

Correct Answer: 5

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## Saturday, May 26, 2012

### EM: iLiveMath Test Results

iLiveMath Results: Level 1

Number of Questions: 5

Correctly Answered: 3

Incorrectly Answered: 0

Unanswered: 2

Correct: 60%

Incorrect: 0%

Unanswered: 40%

Question 1:

An oceanographer counted 2 humpback breaches and 11 lobtails. How many acrobatic whale behaviors are counted?

2 + 11 = 13

Correct Answer: 13

Question 2:

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

6 + 6 = 12

Correct Answer: 12

Question 3:

A diver counted 2 penguins which were joined by 10 more. What was the total?

2 + 10 = 12

Correct Answer: 12

Question 4:

The ocean expedition counted a total of 6 bandwing fish and later 3 swam away. How many remain?

6 - 3 = 3

Question 5:

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

3 + 6 = 9

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Number of Questions: 5

Correctly Answered: 3

Incorrectly Answered: 0

Unanswered: 2

Correct: 60%

Incorrect: 0%

Unanswered: 40%

Question 1:

An oceanographer counted 2 humpback breaches and 11 lobtails. How many acrobatic whale behaviors are counted?

2 + 11 = 13

Correct Answer: 13

Question 2:

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

6 + 6 = 12

Correct Answer: 12

Question 3:

A diver counted 2 penguins which were joined by 10 more. What was the total?

2 + 10 = 12

Correct Answer: 12

Question 4:

The ocean expedition counted a total of 6 bandwing fish and later 3 swam away. How many remain?

6 - 3 = 3

Question 5:

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

3 + 6 = 9

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## Wednesday, May 23, 2012

### 111: iLiveMath Test Results

iLiveMath Results: Level 1

Number of Questions: 8

Correctly Answered: 0

Incorrectly Answered: 0

Unanswered: 8

Correct: 0%

Incorrect: 0%

Unanswered: 100%

Question 1:

A maglev train had 10 tourists and traveled to the next town to pick up 5 and drop off 4. How many are on the train?

10 + 5 - 4 = 11

Question 2:

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

9 + 9 = 18

Question 3:

A lead pack of 20 Formula One racers drafted in a line and as they rounded a turn 9 hurtled ahead. How many are left behind?

20 - 9 = 11

Question 4:

A lead pack of 17 Formula One racers drafted in a line and as they rounded a turn 7 zoomed ahead. How many are left behind?

17 - 7 = 10

Question 5:

Due to heat, 9 racers dropped out of the lead group of 12 racers. How many racers are left in the lead group?

12 - 9 = 3

Question 6:

A lead pack of 10 Formula One cars drafted in a line and as they rounded a turn 6 zoomed ahead. How many are left behind?

10 - 6 = 4

Question 7:

A maglev train had 10 tourists and traveled to the next station to pick up 4 and drop off 7. How many are on the train?

10 + 4 - 7 = 7

Question 8:

Due to water breaks, 9 riders fell out of the lead field of 19 riders. How many riders are left in the lead field?

19 - 9 = 10

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Number of Questions: 8

Correctly Answered: 0

Incorrectly Answered: 0

Unanswered: 8

Correct: 0%

Incorrect: 0%

Unanswered: 100%

Question 1:

A maglev train had 10 tourists and traveled to the next town to pick up 5 and drop off 4. How many are on the train?

10 + 5 - 4 = 11

Question 2:

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

9 + 9 = 18

Question 3:

A lead pack of 20 Formula One racers drafted in a line and as they rounded a turn 9 hurtled ahead. How many are left behind?

20 - 9 = 11

Question 4:

A lead pack of 17 Formula One racers drafted in a line and as they rounded a turn 7 zoomed ahead. How many are left behind?

17 - 7 = 10

Question 5:

Due to heat, 9 racers dropped out of the lead group of 12 racers. How many racers are left in the lead group?

12 - 9 = 3

Question 6:

A lead pack of 10 Formula One cars drafted in a line and as they rounded a turn 6 zoomed ahead. How many are left behind?

10 - 6 = 4

Question 7:

A maglev train had 10 tourists and traveled to the next station to pick up 4 and drop off 7. How many are on the train?

10 + 4 - 7 = 7

Question 8:

Due to water breaks, 9 riders fell out of the lead field of 19 riders. How many riders are left in the lead field?

19 - 9 = 10

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## Saturday, May 19, 2012

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

iLiveMath Winter Sports Test Results: Level 1

Number of Questions: 11

Correctly Answered: 10

Incorrectly Answered: 0

Unanswered: 1

Correct: 91%

Incorrect: 0%

Unanswered: 9%

iLiveMath Winter Sports Test Results: Level 1

Number of Questions: 9

Correctly Answered: 8

Incorrectly Answered: 0

Unanswered: 1

Correct: 89

Incorrect: 0

Unanswered: 11

iLiveMath Winter Sports Test Results: Level 1

Number of Questions: 4

Correctly Answered: 3

Incorrectly Answered: 0

Unanswered: 1

Correct: 75

Incorrect: 0

Unanswered: 25

iLiveMath Winter Sports Test Results: Level 1

Number of Questions: 3

Correctly Answered: 2

Incorrectly Answered: 0

Unanswered: 1

Correct: 67

Incorrect: 0

Unanswered: 33

iLiveMath Winter Sports Test Results: Level 1

Number of Questions: 1

Correctly Answered: 0

Incorrectly Answered: 0

Unanswered: 1

Correct: 0

Incorrect: 0

Unanswered: 100

Question 1:

Out of 15 snowball fighting kids 6 were experts, how many are learning?

15 - 6 = 9

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www.iLiveMath.blogspot.comCorrect Answer: 9

Question 2:

If there are 6 snowman building and another 10 snowbobbing kids, what is the sum?

6 + 10 = 16

Correct Answer: 16

Question 3:

Out of 15 toboganning kids 10 were experts, how many are learning?

15 - 10 = 5

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www.iLiveMath.blogspot.comCorrect Answer: 5

Question 4:

Out of 13 freestyle skiing kids 6 were boys, how many were girls?

13 - 6 = 7

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www.iLiveMath.blogspot.comCorrect Answer: 7

Question 5:

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

18 - 8 = 10

Correct Answer: 10

Question 6:

If there are 6 ice skating and another 7 speed skating kids, what is the sum?

6 + 7 = 13

Correct Answer: 13

Question 7:

We watched 6 curling and another 8 luge kids. How many total kids did we see?

6 + 8 = 14

Correct Answer: 14

Question 8:

Out of 14 ringette playing kids 4 were experts, how many are learning?

14 - 4 = 10

Correct Answer: 10

Question 9:

Out of 13 ice sculpting kids 10 were experts, how many are learning?

13 - 10 = 3

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www.iLiveMath.blogspot.comCorrect Answer: 3

Question 10:

We watched 6 skeleton sledding and another 3 ice sculpting kids. How many total kids did we see?

6 + 3 = 9

Correct Answer: 9

Question 11:

If there are 6 mogul skiing and another 9 cross country skiing kids, what is the sum?

6 + 9 = 15

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Number of Questions: 11

Correctly Answered: 10

Incorrectly Answered: 0

Unanswered: 1

Correct: 91%

Incorrect: 0%

Unanswered: 9%

iLiveMath Winter Sports Test Results: Level 1

Number of Questions: 9

Correctly Answered: 8

Incorrectly Answered: 0

Unanswered: 1

Correct: 89

Incorrect: 0

Unanswered: 11

iLiveMath Winter Sports Test Results: Level 1

Number of Questions: 4

Correctly Answered: 3

Incorrectly Answered: 0

Unanswered: 1

Correct: 75

Incorrect: 0

Unanswered: 25

iLiveMath Winter Sports Test Results: Level 1

Number of Questions: 3

Correctly Answered: 2

Incorrectly Answered: 0

Unanswered: 1

Correct: 67

Incorrect: 0

Unanswered: 33

iLiveMath Winter Sports Test Results: Level 1

Number of Questions: 1

Correctly Answered: 0

Incorrectly Answered: 0

Unanswered: 1

Correct: 0

Incorrect: 0

Unanswered: 100

Question 1:

Out of 15 snowball fighting kids 6 were experts, how many are learning?

15 - 6 = 9

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www.iLiveMath.blogspot.comCorrect Answer: 9

Question 2:

If there are 6 snowman building and another 10 snowbobbing kids, what is the sum?

6 + 10 = 16

Correct Answer: 16

Question 3:

Out of 15 toboganning kids 10 were experts, how many are learning?

15 - 10 = 5

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www.iLiveMath.blogspot.comCorrect Answer: 5

Question 4:

Out of 13 freestyle skiing kids 6 were boys, how many were girls?

13 - 6 = 7

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www.iLiveMath.blogspot.comCorrect Answer: 7

Question 5:

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

18 - 8 = 10

Correct Answer: 10

Question 6:

If there are 6 ice skating and another 7 speed skating kids, what is the sum?

6 + 7 = 13

Correct Answer: 13

Question 7:

We watched 6 curling and another 8 luge kids. How many total kids did we see?

6 + 8 = 14

Correct Answer: 14

Question 8:

Out of 14 ringette playing kids 4 were experts, how many are learning?

14 - 4 = 10

Correct Answer: 10

Question 9:

Out of 13 ice sculpting kids 10 were experts, how many are learning?

13 - 10 = 3

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www.iLiveMath.blogspot.comCorrect Answer: 3

Question 10:

We watched 6 skeleton sledding and another 3 ice sculpting kids. How many total kids did we see?

6 + 3 = 9

Correct Answer: 9

Question 11:

If there are 6 mogul skiing and another 9 cross country skiing kids, what is the sum?

6 + 9 = 15

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### Katrina speed: iLiveMath Test Results

iLiveMath Results: Level 1

Number of Questions: 11

Correctly Answered: 10

Incorrectly Answered: 0

Unanswered: 1

Correct: 91%

Incorrect: 0%

Unanswered: 9%

Question 1:

Due to water breaks, 11 bikers fell out of the lead group of 13 bikers. How many bikers are left in the lead group?

13 - 11 = 2

Correct Answer: 2

Question 2:

Due to water breaks, 10 riders fell out of the lead field of 19 riders. How many riders are left in the lead field?

19 - 10 = 9

Correct Answer: 9

Question 3:

A lead pack of 3 race cars were joined by 9 cars. How many total cars are in the pack?

3 + 9 = 12

Correct Answer: 12

Question 4:

A maglev train had 4 commuters and sped to the next station to pick up 10 and drop off 3. How many are on the train?

4 + 10 - 3 = 11

Correct Answer: 11

Question 5:

Due to exhaustion, 10 riders fell out of the lead field of 14 riders. How many riders are left in the lead field?

14 - 10 = 4

Correct Answer: 4

Question 6:

A Acela train with 12 mail bags voyaged to the next stop and 9 were dropped off. How many mail bags are on the train?

12 - 9 = 3

Correct Answer: 3

Question 7:

A lead pack of 5 race cars were joined by 8 cars. How many total cars are in the pack?

5 + 8 = 13

Correct Answer: 13

Question 8:

A lead pack of 9 race cars were joined by 5 cars. How many total cars are in the pack?

9 + 5 = 14

Correct Answer: 14

Question 9:

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 10:

The 1st field of 10 riders darted past onlookers and were joined by 6 more riders. How many total in the new field?

10 + 6 = 16

Correct Answer: 16

Question 11:

A lead pack of 5 race cars were joined by 8 cars. How many total cars are in the pack?

5 + 8 = 13

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Number of Questions: 11

Correctly Answered: 10

Incorrectly Answered: 0

Unanswered: 1

Correct: 91%

Incorrect: 0%

Unanswered: 9%

Question 1:

Due to water breaks, 11 bikers fell out of the lead group of 13 bikers. How many bikers are left in the lead group?

13 - 11 = 2

Correct Answer: 2

Question 2:

Due to water breaks, 10 riders fell out of the lead field of 19 riders. How many riders are left in the lead field?

19 - 10 = 9

Correct Answer: 9

Question 3:

A lead pack of 3 race cars were joined by 9 cars. How many total cars are in the pack?

3 + 9 = 12

Correct Answer: 12

Question 4:

A maglev train had 4 commuters and sped to the next station to pick up 10 and drop off 3. How many are on the train?

4 + 10 - 3 = 11

Correct Answer: 11

Question 5:

Due to exhaustion, 10 riders fell out of the lead field of 14 riders. How many riders are left in the lead field?

14 - 10 = 4

Correct Answer: 4

Question 6:

A Acela train with 12 mail bags voyaged to the next stop and 9 were dropped off. How many mail bags are on the train?

12 - 9 = 3

Correct Answer: 3

Question 7:

A lead pack of 5 race cars were joined by 8 cars. How many total cars are in the pack?

5 + 8 = 13

Correct Answer: 13

Question 8:

A lead pack of 9 race cars were joined by 5 cars. How many total cars are in the pack?

9 + 5 = 14

Correct Answer: 14

Question 9:

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 10:

The 1st field of 10 riders darted past onlookers and were joined by 6 more riders. How many total in the new field?

10 + 6 = 16

Correct Answer: 16

Question 11:

A lead pack of 5 race cars were joined by 8 cars. How many total cars are in the pack?

5 + 8 = 13

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### Katrina Ocean: iLiveMath Test Results

iLiveMath Results: Level 1

Number of Questions: 11

Correctly Answered: 10

Incorrectly Answered: 0

Unanswered: 1

Correct: 91%

Incorrect: 0%

Unanswered: 9%

Question 1:

An oceanographer counted 2 Golden-headed Sleeper Goby fish which were joined by 10 more. What was the sum?

2 + 10 = 12

Correct Answer: 12

Question 2:

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

9 + 9 = 18

Correct Answer: 18

Question 3:

The dive counted a total of 6 Candy crab and later 3 swam away. How many remain?

6 - 3 = 3

Correct Answer: 3

Question 4:

A research submarine counted 11 Rainbow crabs which were joined by 10 more. What was the sum?

11 + 10 = 21

Correct Answer: 21

Question 5:

A photographer counted 6 humpback breaches and 11 peduncle throws. How many acrobatic whale behaviors are counted?

6 + 11 = 17

Correct Answer: 17

Question 6:

An oceanographer counted 5 Hawaiian green sea turtles which were joined by 10 more. What was the total?

5 + 10 = 15

Correct Answer: 15

Question 7:

A diver counted 2 Leopard coralgroupers which were joined by 7 more. What was the sum?

2 + 7 = 9

Correct Answer: 9

Question 8:

A diver counted 2 Seahorses which were joined by 3 more. What was the sum?

2 + 3 = 5

Correct Answer: 5

Question 9:

A whale watcher counted 9 humpback breaches and 4 peduncle throws. How many acrobatic whale behaviors are counted?

9 + 4 = 13

Correct Answer: 13

Question 10:

The sea voyage counted a total of 10 Yellow boxfish and later 3 swam away. How many remain?

10 - 3 = 7

Correct Answer: 7

Question 11:

A photographer counted 11 humpback pectoral fin slaps and 4 spyhops. How many acrobatic whale behaviors are counted?

11 + 4 = 15

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Number of Questions: 11

Correctly Answered: 10

Incorrectly Answered: 0

Unanswered: 1

Correct: 91%

Incorrect: 0%

Unanswered: 9%

Question 1:

An oceanographer counted 2 Golden-headed Sleeper Goby fish which were joined by 10 more. What was the sum?

2 + 10 = 12

Correct Answer: 12

Question 2:

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

9 + 9 = 18

Correct Answer: 18

Question 3:

The dive counted a total of 6 Candy crab and later 3 swam away. How many remain?

6 - 3 = 3

Correct Answer: 3

Question 4:

A research submarine counted 11 Rainbow crabs which were joined by 10 more. What was the sum?

11 + 10 = 21

Correct Answer: 21

Question 5:

A photographer counted 6 humpback breaches and 11 peduncle throws. How many acrobatic whale behaviors are counted?

6 + 11 = 17

Correct Answer: 17

Question 6:

An oceanographer counted 5 Hawaiian green sea turtles which were joined by 10 more. What was the total?

5 + 10 = 15

Correct Answer: 15

Question 7:

A diver counted 2 Leopard coralgroupers which were joined by 7 more. What was the sum?

2 + 7 = 9

Correct Answer: 9

Question 8:

A diver counted 2 Seahorses which were joined by 3 more. What was the sum?

2 + 3 = 5

Correct Answer: 5

Question 9:

A whale watcher counted 9 humpback breaches and 4 peduncle throws. How many acrobatic whale behaviors are counted?

9 + 4 = 13

Correct Answer: 13

Question 10:

The sea voyage counted a total of 10 Yellow boxfish and later 3 swam away. How many remain?

10 - 3 = 7

Correct Answer: 7

Question 11:

A photographer counted 11 humpback pectoral fin slaps and 4 spyhops. How many acrobatic whale behaviors are counted?

11 + 4 = 15

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## Sunday, May 13, 2012

### Justin speed: iLiveMath Test Results

iLiveMath Results: Level 3

Number of Questions: 10

Correctly Answered: 9

Incorrectly Answered: 0

Unanswered: 1

Correct: 90%

Incorrect: 0%

Unanswered: 10%

Question 1:

A Formula One driver zoomed at 280 km/h for a 1.1 hour race. How many

kilometers did the Formula One driver travel?

Rate x Time = Distance; 280 km/h x (11/10) hrs = 308 km

Correct Answer: 308

Question 2:

A Acela train with 97 water jugs traveled to the next town and 37 were

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

97 - 37 = 60

Correct Answer: 60

Question 3:

A Acela train with 41 food crates journeyed to the next town and 33

were dropped off. How many food crates are on the train?

41 - 33 = 8

Correct Answer: 8

Question 4:

If a Maglev train raced at an average speed of 214 mph, how many miles

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

214 mph x 7 hours = 1498 miles

Correct Answer: 1498

Question 5:

If sailboats skimmed at an average speed of 20 knots, how many

nautical miles are traveled in 5 hrs? (1 knot = 1 nautical mile/hr)

20 knots x 5 hours = 100 nautical miles

Correct Answer: 100

Question 6:

The 1st field of 51 riders raced past cheering fans and were joined by

27 more riders. How many total in the new field?

51 + 27 = 78

Correct Answer: 78

Question 7:

If catamarans skimmed at an average speed of 27 knots, how many

nautical miles are traveled in 9 hrs? (1 knot = 1 nautical mile/hr)

27 knots x 9 hours = 243 nautical miles

Correct Answer: 243

Question 8:

A maglev train had 38 commuters and journeyed to the next town to pick

up 47 and drop off 44. How many are on the train?

38 + 47 - 44 = 41

Correct Answer: 41

Question 9:

To escape earth's gravity the Space Shuttle Atlantis must accelerate

from Mach 9 to Mach 22. Calculate the difference?

Mach 22 - Mach 9 = Mach 13

Question 10:

A lead pack of 60 race cars were joined by 51 cars. How many total

cars are in the pack?

60 + 51 = 111

Correct Answer: 111

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Number of Questions: 10

Correctly Answered: 9

Incorrectly Answered: 0

Unanswered: 1

Correct: 90%

Incorrect: 0%

Unanswered: 10%

Question 1:

A Formula One driver zoomed at 280 km/h for a 1.1 hour race. How many

kilometers did the Formula One driver travel?

Rate x Time = Distance; 280 km/h x (11/10) hrs = 308 km

Correct Answer: 308

Question 2:

A Acela train with 97 water jugs traveled to the next town and 37 were

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

97 - 37 = 60

Correct Answer: 60

Question 3:

A Acela train with 41 food crates journeyed to the next town and 33

were dropped off. How many food crates are on the train?

41 - 33 = 8

Correct Answer: 8

Question 4:

If a Maglev train raced at an average speed of 214 mph, how many miles

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

214 mph x 7 hours = 1498 miles

Correct Answer: 1498

Question 5:

If sailboats skimmed at an average speed of 20 knots, how many

nautical miles are traveled in 5 hrs? (1 knot = 1 nautical mile/hr)

20 knots x 5 hours = 100 nautical miles

Correct Answer: 100

Question 6:

The 1st field of 51 riders raced past cheering fans and were joined by

27 more riders. How many total in the new field?

51 + 27 = 78

Correct Answer: 78

Question 7:

If catamarans skimmed at an average speed of 27 knots, how many

nautical miles are traveled in 9 hrs? (1 knot = 1 nautical mile/hr)

27 knots x 9 hours = 243 nautical miles

Correct Answer: 243

Question 8:

A maglev train had 38 commuters and journeyed to the next town to pick

up 47 and drop off 44. How many are on the train?

38 + 47 - 44 = 41

Correct Answer: 41

Question 9:

To escape earth's gravity the Space Shuttle Atlantis must accelerate

from Mach 9 to Mach 22. Calculate the difference?

Mach 22 - Mach 9 = Mach 13

Question 10:

A lead pack of 60 race cars were joined by 51 cars. How many total

cars are in the pack?

60 + 51 = 111

Correct Answer: 111

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## Wednesday, May 9, 2012

### Rachael Ranney: iLiveMath Test Results

iLiveMath Results: Level 1

Number of Questions: 12

Correctly Answered: 8

Incorrectly Answered: 2

Unanswered: 2

Correct: 67%

Incorrect: 17%

Unanswered: 17%

Question 1:

A Steam Train with 11 water jugs journeyed to the next town and 3 were dropped off. How many water jugs are on the train?

11 - 3 = 8

Correct Answer: 8

Question 2:

The 1st peloton of 11 riders darted past photographers and were joined by 5 more riders. How many total in the new peloton?

11 + 5 = 16

Correct Answer: 16

Question 3:

A Steam Train with 5 mail bags journeyed to the next stop and 2 were dropped off. How many mail bags are on the train?

5 - 2 = 3

Question 4:

The 1st group of 8 racers sped past onlookers and were joined by 8 more racers. How many total in the new group?

8 + 8 = 16

Incorrect Answer: 9

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

Question 5:

A Acela train with 5 food crates journeyed to the next town and 2 were dropped off. How many food crates are on the train?

5 - 2 = 3

Correct Answer: 3

Question 6:

A maglev train had 2 passengers and sped to the next station to pick up 8 and drop off 2. How many are on the train?

2 + 8 - 2 = 8

Correct Answer: 8

Question 7:

The train had 8 food crates on board. It voyaged to the next town and picked up 6 more. How many food crates are on the train?

8 + 6 = 14

Correct Answer: 14

Question 8:

A train with 20 food crates traveled to the next station and 9 were dropped off. How many food crates are on the train?

20 - 9 = 11

Correct Answer: 11

Question 9:

The 1st field of 3 racers dashed past cheering fans and were joined by 2 more racers. How many total in the new field?

3 + 2 = 5

Correct Answer: 5

Question 10:

A lead pack of 20 Formula One racers drafted in a line and as they rounded a turn 11 zoomed ahead. How many are left behind?

20 - 11 = 9

Incorrect Answer: 7

Question 11:

Due to heat, 11 bikers dropped out of the lead field of 21 bikers. How many bikers are left in the lead field?

21 - 11 = 10

Correct Answer: 10

Question 12:

A lead pack of 18 Formula One drivers drafted in a line and as they rounded a turn 9 sped ahead. How many are left behind?

18 - 9 = 9

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Number of Questions: 12

Correctly Answered: 8

Incorrectly Answered: 2

Unanswered: 2

Correct: 67%

Incorrect: 17%

Unanswered: 17%

Question 1:

A Steam Train with 11 water jugs journeyed to the next town and 3 were dropped off. How many water jugs are on the train?

11 - 3 = 8

Correct Answer: 8

Question 2:

The 1st peloton of 11 riders darted past photographers and were joined by 5 more riders. How many total in the new peloton?

11 + 5 = 16

Correct Answer: 16

Question 3:

A Steam Train with 5 mail bags journeyed to the next stop and 2 were dropped off. How many mail bags are on the train?

5 - 2 = 3

Question 4:

The 1st group of 8 racers sped past onlookers and were joined by 8 more racers. How many total in the new group?

8 + 8 = 16

Incorrect Answer: 9

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

Question 5:

A Acela train with 5 food crates journeyed to the next town and 2 were dropped off. How many food crates are on the train?

5 - 2 = 3

Correct Answer: 3

Question 6:

A maglev train had 2 passengers and sped to the next station to pick up 8 and drop off 2. How many are on the train?

2 + 8 - 2 = 8

Correct Answer: 8

Question 7:

The train had 8 food crates on board. It voyaged to the next town and picked up 6 more. How many food crates are on the train?

8 + 6 = 14

Correct Answer: 14

Question 8:

A train with 20 food crates traveled to the next station and 9 were dropped off. How many food crates are on the train?

20 - 9 = 11

Correct Answer: 11

Question 9:

The 1st field of 3 racers dashed past cheering fans and were joined by 2 more racers. How many total in the new field?

3 + 2 = 5

Correct Answer: 5

Question 10:

A lead pack of 20 Formula One racers drafted in a line and as they rounded a turn 11 zoomed ahead. How many are left behind?

20 - 11 = 9

Incorrect Answer: 7

Question 11:

Due to heat, 11 bikers dropped out of the lead field of 21 bikers. How many bikers are left in the lead field?

21 - 11 = 10

Correct Answer: 10

Question 12:

A lead pack of 18 Formula One drivers drafted in a line and as they rounded a turn 9 sped ahead. How many are left behind?

18 - 9 = 9

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### Rachael Ranney: iLiveMath Test Results

iLiveMath Results: Level 1

Number of Questions: 12

Correctly Answered: 8

Incorrectly Answered: 2

Unanswered: 2

Correct: 67%

Incorrect: 17%

Unanswered: 17%

Question 1:

A Steam Train with 11 water jugs journeyed to the next town and 3 were dropped off. How many water jugs are on the train?

11 - 3 = 8

Correct Answer: 8

Question 2:

The 1st peloton of 11 riders darted past photographers and were joined by 5 more riders. How many total in the new peloton?

11 + 5 = 16

Correct Answer: 16

Question 3:

A Steam Train with 5 mail bags journeyed to the next stop and 2 were dropped off. How many mail bags are on the train?

5 - 2 = 3

Question 4:

The 1st group of 8 racers sped past onlookers and were joined by 8 more racers. How many total in the new group?

8 + 8 = 16

Incorrect Answer: 9

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

Question 5:

A Acela train with 5 food crates journeyed to the next town and 2 were dropped off. How many food crates are on the train?

5 - 2 = 3

Correct Answer: 3

Question 6:

A maglev train had 2 passengers and sped to the next station to pick up 8 and drop off 2. How many are on the train?

2 + 8 - 2 = 8

Correct Answer: 8

Question 7:

The train had 8 food crates on board. It voyaged to the next town and picked up 6 more. How many food crates are on the train?

8 + 6 = 14

Correct Answer: 14

Question 8:

A train with 20 food crates traveled to the next station and 9 were dropped off. How many food crates are on the train?

20 - 9 = 11

Correct Answer: 11

Question 9:

The 1st field of 3 racers dashed past cheering fans and were joined by 2 more racers. How many total in the new field?

3 + 2 = 5

Correct Answer: 5

Question 10:

A lead pack of 20 Formula One racers drafted in a line and as they rounded a turn 11 zoomed ahead. How many are left behind?

20 - 11 = 9

Incorrect Answer: 7

Question 11:

Due to heat, 11 bikers dropped out of the lead field of 21 bikers. How many bikers are left in the lead field?

21 - 11 = 10

Correct Answer: 10

Question 12:

A lead pack of 18 Formula One drivers drafted in a line and as they rounded a turn 9 sped ahead. How many are left behind?

18 - 9 = 9

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Number of Questions: 12

Correctly Answered: 8

Incorrectly Answered: 2

Unanswered: 2

Correct: 67%

Incorrect: 17%

Unanswered: 17%

Question 1:

A Steam Train with 11 water jugs journeyed to the next town and 3 were dropped off. How many water jugs are on the train?

11 - 3 = 8

Correct Answer: 8

Question 2:

The 1st peloton of 11 riders darted past photographers and were joined by 5 more riders. How many total in the new peloton?

11 + 5 = 16

Correct Answer: 16

Question 3:

A Steam Train with 5 mail bags journeyed to the next stop and 2 were dropped off. How many mail bags are on the train?

5 - 2 = 3

Question 4:

The 1st group of 8 racers sped past onlookers and were joined by 8 more racers. How many total in the new group?

8 + 8 = 16

Incorrect Answer: 9

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

Question 5:

A Acela train with 5 food crates journeyed to the next town and 2 were dropped off. How many food crates are on the train?

5 - 2 = 3

Correct Answer: 3

Question 6:

A maglev train had 2 passengers and sped to the next station to pick up 8 and drop off 2. How many are on the train?

2 + 8 - 2 = 8

Correct Answer: 8

Question 7:

The train had 8 food crates on board. It voyaged to the next town and picked up 6 more. How many food crates are on the train?

8 + 6 = 14

Correct Answer: 14

Question 8:

A train with 20 food crates traveled to the next station and 9 were dropped off. How many food crates are on the train?

20 - 9 = 11

Correct Answer: 11

Question 9:

The 1st field of 3 racers dashed past cheering fans and were joined by 2 more racers. How many total in the new field?

3 + 2 = 5

Correct Answer: 5

Question 10:

A lead pack of 20 Formula One racers drafted in a line and as they rounded a turn 11 zoomed ahead. How many are left behind?

20 - 11 = 9

Incorrect Answer: 7

Question 11:

Due to heat, 11 bikers dropped out of the lead field of 21 bikers. How many bikers are left in the lead field?

21 - 11 = 10

Correct Answer: 10

Question 12:

A lead pack of 18 Formula One drivers drafted in a line and as they rounded a turn 9 sped ahead. How many are left behind?

18 - 9 = 9

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## Sunday, May 6, 2012

### Justin speed: iLiveMath Test Results

iLiveMath Results: Level 3

Number of Questions: 10

Correctly Answered: 10

Incorrectly Answered: 0

Unanswered: 0

Correct: 100%

Incorrect: 0%

Unanswered: 0%

Question 1:

Due to heat, 51 racers fell out of the lead field of 68 racers. How many racers are left in the lead field?

68 - 51 = 17

Correct Answer: 17

Question 2:

A maglev train had 12 passengers and traveled to the next stop to pick up 57 and drop off 20. How many are on the train?

12 + 57 - 20 = 49

Correct Answer: 49

Question 3:

The steam train had 18 water jugs on board. It voyaged to the next depot and picked up 56 more. How many water jugs are on the train?

18 + 56 = 74

Correct Answer: 74

Question 4:

The Space Shuttle launch was reset from 10:15PM to 10:43PM due to ice. How long did the NASA engineers wait?

10:43 PM - 10:15 PM = 28 minutes

Correct Answer: 28

Question 5:

A shuttle at Mach 3 (Supersonic) reaches Mach 23 to dock with the ISS. What is the difference?

Mach 23 - Mach 3 = Mach 20

Correct Answer: 20

Question 6:

A lead pack of 99 Formula One cars drafted in a line and as they rounded a turn 33 raced ahead. How many are left behind?

99 - 33 = 66

Correct Answer: 66

Question 7:

At the speed of sound, F-15 Eagles soared 1 mile in 5 seconds. The jets travel 28 miles in ___ seconds? (Dist. = Rate x Time)

5 x 28 = 140

Correct Answer: 140

Question 8:

The train had 24 passengers on board. It sped to the next town and picked up 46 more. How many passengers are on the train?

24 + 46 = 70

Correct Answer: 70

Question 9:

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 10:

If a Maglev train raced at an average speed of 196 mph, how many miles are traveled in 6 hours? (Distance = Rate x Time)

196 mph x 6 hours = 1176 miles

Correct Answer: 1176

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Number of Questions: 10

Correctly Answered: 10

Incorrectly Answered: 0

Unanswered: 0

Correct: 100%

Incorrect: 0%

Unanswered: 0%

Question 1:

Due to heat, 51 racers fell out of the lead field of 68 racers. How many racers are left in the lead field?

68 - 51 = 17

Correct Answer: 17

Question 2:

A maglev train had 12 passengers and traveled to the next stop to pick up 57 and drop off 20. How many are on the train?

12 + 57 - 20 = 49

Correct Answer: 49

Question 3:

The steam train had 18 water jugs on board. It voyaged to the next depot and picked up 56 more. How many water jugs are on the train?

18 + 56 = 74

Correct Answer: 74

Question 4:

The Space Shuttle launch was reset from 10:15PM to 10:43PM due to ice. How long did the NASA engineers wait?

10:43 PM - 10:15 PM = 28 minutes

Correct Answer: 28

Question 5:

A shuttle at Mach 3 (Supersonic) reaches Mach 23 to dock with the ISS. What is the difference?

Mach 23 - Mach 3 = Mach 20

Correct Answer: 20

Question 6:

A lead pack of 99 Formula One cars drafted in a line and as they rounded a turn 33 raced ahead. How many are left behind?

99 - 33 = 66

Correct Answer: 66

Question 7:

At the speed of sound, F-15 Eagles soared 1 mile in 5 seconds. The jets travel 28 miles in ___ seconds? (Dist. = Rate x Time)

5 x 28 = 140

Correct Answer: 140

Question 8:

The train had 24 passengers on board. It sped to the next town and picked up 46 more. How many passengers are on the train?

24 + 46 = 70

Correct Answer: 70

Question 9:

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 10:

If a Maglev train raced at an average speed of 196 mph, how many miles are traveled in 6 hours? (Distance = Rate x Time)

196 mph x 6 hours = 1176 miles

Correct Answer: 1176

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### Katrina Ocean: iLiveMath Test Results

iLiveMath Results: Level 1

Number of Questions: 12

Correctly Answered: 10

Incorrectly Answered: 0

Unanswered: 2

Correct: 83%

Incorrect: 0%

Unanswered: 17%

Question 1:

A marine biologist counted 5 Rizzo dolphins which were joined by 2 more. What was the sum?

5 + 2 = 7

Correct Answer: 7

Question 2:

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

3 + 7 = 10

Correct Answer: 10

Question 3:

A research submarine counted 5 Parrot fish which were joined by 6 more. What was the total?

5 + 6 = 11

Correct Answer: 11

Question 4:

A site seeing family counted 2 humpback blowhole spouts and 6 peduncle throws. How many acrobatic whale behaviors are counted?

2 + 6 = 8

Correct Answer: 8

Question 5:

An oceanographer counted 2 humpback lunge feeds and 10 peduncle throws. How many acrobatic whale behaviors are counted?

2 + 10 = 12

Correct Answer: 12

Question 6:

The sea voyage counted a total of 17 sea lions and later 7 swam away. How many remain?

17 - 7 = 10

Correct Answer: 10

Question 7:

The dive counted a total of 9 Titan trigger fish and later 4 swam away. How many remain?

9 - 4 = 5

Correct Answer: 5

Question 8:

A marine biologist counted 2 Seahorses which were joined by 9 more. What was the total?

2 + 9 = 11

Correct Answer: 11

Question 9:

The underwater tour counted a total of 11 Titan trigger fish and later 7 swam away. How many remain?

11 - 7 = 4

Correct Answer: 4

Question 10:

The underwater tour counted a total of 13 Golden-headed Sleeper Goby fish and later 9 swam away. How many remain?

13 - 9 = 4

Question 11:

A marine biologist counted 3 Wolf eels which were joined by 10 more. What was the total?

3 + 10 = 13

Correct Answer: 13

Question 12:

A marine scientist counted 4 Hawaiian green sea turtles which were joined by 11 more. What was the sum?

4 + 11 = 15

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Number of Questions: 12

Correctly Answered: 10

Incorrectly Answered: 0

Unanswered: 2

Correct: 83%

Incorrect: 0%

Unanswered: 17%

Question 1:

A marine biologist counted 5 Rizzo dolphins which were joined by 2 more. What was the sum?

5 + 2 = 7

Correct Answer: 7

Question 2:

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

3 + 7 = 10

Correct Answer: 10

Question 3:

A research submarine counted 5 Parrot fish which were joined by 6 more. What was the total?

5 + 6 = 11

Correct Answer: 11

Question 4:

A site seeing family counted 2 humpback blowhole spouts and 6 peduncle throws. How many acrobatic whale behaviors are counted?

2 + 6 = 8

Correct Answer: 8

Question 5:

An oceanographer counted 2 humpback lunge feeds and 10 peduncle throws. How many acrobatic whale behaviors are counted?

2 + 10 = 12

Correct Answer: 12

Question 6:

The sea voyage counted a total of 17 sea lions and later 7 swam away. How many remain?

17 - 7 = 10

Correct Answer: 10

Question 7:

The dive counted a total of 9 Titan trigger fish and later 4 swam away. How many remain?

9 - 4 = 5

Correct Answer: 5

Question 8:

A marine biologist counted 2 Seahorses which were joined by 9 more. What was the total?

2 + 9 = 11

Correct Answer: 11

Question 9:

The underwater tour counted a total of 11 Titan trigger fish and later 7 swam away. How many remain?

11 - 7 = 4

Correct Answer: 4

Question 10:

The underwater tour counted a total of 13 Golden-headed Sleeper Goby fish and later 9 swam away. How many remain?

13 - 9 = 4

Question 11:

A marine biologist counted 3 Wolf eels which were joined by 10 more. What was the total?

3 + 10 = 13

Correct Answer: 13

Question 12:

A marine scientist counted 4 Hawaiian green sea turtles which were joined by 11 more. What was the sum?

4 + 11 = 15

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## Wednesday, May 2, 2012

### Katrina @: iLiveMath Test Results

iLiveMath Results: Level 1

Number of Questions: 11

Correctly Answered: 11

Incorrectly Answered: 0

Unanswered: 0

Correct: 100%

Incorrect: 0%

Unanswered: 0%

Question 1:

The 1st field of 11 riders dashed past onlookers and were joined by 9 more riders. How many total in the new field?

11 + 9 = 20

Correct Answer: 20

Question 2:

The 1st pack of 6 bikers dashed past photographers and were joined by 3 more bikers. How many total in the new pack?

6 + 3 = 9

Correct Answer: 9

Question 3:

The 1st field of 7 bikers dashed past photographers and were joined by 3 more bikers. How many total in the new field?

7 + 3 = 10

Correct Answer: 10

Question 4:

The 1st peloton of 8 cyclists dashed past photographers and were joined by 3 more cyclists. How many total in the new peloton?

8 + 3 = 11

Correct Answer: 11

Question 5:

The 1st pack of 6 bikers raced past onlookers and were joined by 10 more bikers. How many total in the new pack?

6 + 10 = 16

Correct Answer: 16

Question 6:

A lead pack of 15 Formula One racers drafted in a line and as they rounded a turn 10 sped ahead. How many are left behind?

15 - 10 = 5

Correct Answer: 5

Question 7:

A lead pack of 3 race cars were joined by 6 cars. How many total cars are in the pack?

3 + 6 = 9

Correct Answer: 9

Question 8:

A circus train with 7 food crates sped to the next station and 3 were dropped off. How many food crates are on the train?

7 - 3 = 4

Correct Answer: 4

Question 9:

Due to exhaustion, 7 cyclists fell out of the lead pack of 11 cyclists. How many cyclists are left in the lead pack?

11 - 7 = 4

Correct Answer: 4

Question 10:

The 1st peloton of 7 riders dashed past excited friends and were joined by 8 more riders. How many total in the new peloton?

7 + 8 = 15

Correct Answer: 15

Question 11:

A lead pack of 7 stock cars were joined by 5 cars. How many total cars are in the pack?

7 + 5 = 12

Correct Answer: 12

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Number of Questions: 11

Correctly Answered: 11

Incorrectly Answered: 0

Unanswered: 0

Correct: 100%

Incorrect: 0%

Unanswered: 0%

Question 1:

The 1st field of 11 riders dashed past onlookers and were joined by 9 more riders. How many total in the new field?

11 + 9 = 20

Correct Answer: 20

Question 2:

The 1st pack of 6 bikers dashed past photographers and were joined by 3 more bikers. How many total in the new pack?

6 + 3 = 9

Correct Answer: 9

Question 3:

The 1st field of 7 bikers dashed past photographers and were joined by 3 more bikers. How many total in the new field?

7 + 3 = 10

Correct Answer: 10

Question 4:

The 1st peloton of 8 cyclists dashed past photographers and were joined by 3 more cyclists. How many total in the new peloton?

8 + 3 = 11

Correct Answer: 11

Question 5:

The 1st pack of 6 bikers raced past onlookers and were joined by 10 more bikers. How many total in the new pack?

6 + 10 = 16

Correct Answer: 16

Question 6:

A lead pack of 15 Formula One racers drafted in a line and as they rounded a turn 10 sped ahead. How many are left behind?

15 - 10 = 5

Correct Answer: 5

Question 7:

A lead pack of 3 race cars were joined by 6 cars. How many total cars are in the pack?

3 + 6 = 9

Correct Answer: 9

Question 8:

A circus train with 7 food crates sped to the next station and 3 were dropped off. How many food crates are on the train?

7 - 3 = 4

Correct Answer: 4

Question 9:

Due to exhaustion, 7 cyclists fell out of the lead pack of 11 cyclists. How many cyclists are left in the lead pack?

11 - 7 = 4

Correct Answer: 4

Question 10:

The 1st peloton of 7 riders dashed past excited friends and were joined by 8 more riders. How many total in the new peloton?

7 + 8 = 15

Correct Answer: 15

Question 11:

A lead pack of 7 stock cars were joined by 5 cars. How many total cars are in the pack?

7 + 5 = 12

Correct Answer: 12

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### katrina ocean: iLiveMath Test Results

iLiveMath Results: Level 1

Number of Questions: 13

Correctly Answered: 10

Incorrectly Answered: 2

Unanswered: 1

Correct: 77%

Incorrect: 15%

Unanswered: 8%

Question 1:

A site seeing family counted 4 humpback lunge feeds and 11 lobtails. How many acrobatic whale behaviors are counted?

4 + 11 = 15

Correct Answer: 15

Question 2:

The ocean expedition counted a total of 20 Hawaiian green sea turtles and later 10 swam away. How many remain?

20 - 10 = 10

Correct Answer: 10

Question 3:

The ocean expedition counted a total of 13 spotted jellyfish and later 10 swam away. How many remain?

13 - 10 = 3

Correct Answer: 3

Question 4:

The ocean expedition counted a total of 7 moray eels and later 2 swam away. How many remain?

7 - 2 = 5

Correct Answer: 5

Question 5:

A photographer counted 6 humpback lunge feeds and 2 spyhops. How many acrobatic whale behaviors are counted?

6 + 2 = 8

Correct Answer: 8

Question 6:

A marine biologist counted 3 Red parrot fish which were joined by 10 more. What was the sum?

3 + 10 = 13

Incorrect Answer: 3

Correct Answer: 13

Question 7:

A marine biologist counted 7 Yellow boxfish which were joined by 5 more. What was the sum?

7 + 5 = 12

Correct Answer: 12

Question 8:

An oceanographer counted 9 bandwing fish which were joined by 6 more. What was the sum?

9 + 6 = 15

Correct Answer: 15

Question 9:

A marine biologist counted 11 Moorish Idol fish which were joined by 9 more. What was the sum?

11 + 9 = 20

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

Correct Answer: 20

Question 10:

An oceanographer counted 2 humpback breaches and 8 peduncle throws. How many acrobatic whale behaviors are counted?

2 + 8 = 10

Correct Answer: 10

Question 11:

A fishing boat captain counted 5 humpback pectoral fin slaps and 10 fluke slaps. How many acrobatic whale behaviors are counted?

5 + 10 = 15

Correct Answer: 15

Question 12:

A marine scientist counted 11 starfish which were joined by 10 more. What was the sum?

11 + 10 = 21

Correct Answer: 21

Question 13:

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

2 + 9 = 11

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Number of Questions: 13

Correctly Answered: 10

Incorrectly Answered: 2

Unanswered: 1

Correct: 77%

Incorrect: 15%

Unanswered: 8%

Question 1:

A site seeing family counted 4 humpback lunge feeds and 11 lobtails. How many acrobatic whale behaviors are counted?

4 + 11 = 15

Correct Answer: 15

Question 2:

The ocean expedition counted a total of 20 Hawaiian green sea turtles and later 10 swam away. How many remain?

20 - 10 = 10

Correct Answer: 10

Question 3:

The ocean expedition counted a total of 13 spotted jellyfish and later 10 swam away. How many remain?

13 - 10 = 3

Correct Answer: 3

Question 4:

The ocean expedition counted a total of 7 moray eels and later 2 swam away. How many remain?

7 - 2 = 5

Correct Answer: 5

Question 5:

A photographer counted 6 humpback lunge feeds and 2 spyhops. How many acrobatic whale behaviors are counted?

6 + 2 = 8

Correct Answer: 8

Question 6:

A marine biologist counted 3 Red parrot fish which were joined by 10 more. What was the sum?

3 + 10 = 13

Incorrect Answer: 3

Correct Answer: 13

Question 7:

A marine biologist counted 7 Yellow boxfish which were joined by 5 more. What was the sum?

7 + 5 = 12

Correct Answer: 12

Question 8:

An oceanographer counted 9 bandwing fish which were joined by 6 more. What was the sum?

9 + 6 = 15

Correct Answer: 15

Question 9:

A marine biologist counted 11 Moorish Idol fish which were joined by 9 more. What was the sum?

11 + 9 = 20

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

Correct Answer: 20

Question 10:

An oceanographer counted 2 humpback breaches and 8 peduncle throws. How many acrobatic whale behaviors are counted?

2 + 8 = 10

Correct Answer: 10

Question 11:

A fishing boat captain counted 5 humpback pectoral fin slaps and 10 fluke slaps. How many acrobatic whale behaviors are counted?

5 + 10 = 15

Correct Answer: 15

Question 12:

A marine scientist counted 11 starfish which were joined by 10 more. What was the sum?

11 + 10 = 21

Correct Answer: 21

Question 13:

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

2 + 9 = 11

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### Nicole Speed: iLiveMath Test Results

iLiveMath Results: Level 3

Number of Questions: 21

Correctly Answered: 20

Incorrectly Answered: 1

Unanswered: 0

Correct: 95%

Incorrect: 5%

Unanswered: 0%

Question 1:

If sailboats skimmed at an average speed of 17 knots, how many nautical miles are traveled in 14 hrs? (1 knot = 1 nautical mile/hr)

17 knots x 14 hours = 238 nautical miles

Correct Answer: 238

Question 2:

If a Maglev train raced at an average speed of 220 mph, how many miles are traveled in 9 hours? (Distance = Rate x Time)

220 mph x 9 hours = 1980 miles

Correct Answer: 1980

Question 3:

A maglev train had 67 travelers and sped to the next stop to pick up 22 and drop off 66. How many are on the train?

67 + 22 - 66 = 23

Correct Answer: 23

Question 4:

A lead pack of 67 stock cars were joined by 22 cars. How many total cars are in the pack?

67 + 22 = 89

Correct Answer: 89

Question 5:

If kitesurfers sped at an average speed of 47 knots, how many nautical miles are traveled in 8 hrs? (1 knot = 1 nautical mile/hr)

47 knots x 8 hours = 376 nautical miles

Correct Answer: 376

Question 6:

A maglev train had 59 passengers and journeyed to the next stop to pick up 26 and drop off 45. How many are on the train?

59 + 26 - 45 = 40

Correct Answer: 40

Question 7:

The steam train had 55 water jugs on board. It traveled to the next stop and picked up 20 more. How many water jugs are on the train?

55 + 20 = 75

Correct Answer: 75

Question 8:

The train had 60 food crates on board. It voyaged to the next town and picked up 67 more. How many food crates are on the train?

60 + 67 = 127

Correct Answer: 127

Question 9:

Due to heat, 26 cyclists fell out of the lead field of 77 cyclists. How many cyclists are left in the lead field?

77 - 26 = 51

Correct Answer: 51

Question 10:

A shuttle at Mach 21 (High-Hypersonic) reaches Mach 23 to dock with the International Space Station (ISS). What is the difference?

Mach 23 - Mach 21 = Mach 2

Incorrect Answer: 44

Correct Answer: 2

Question 11:

If sailboats hydroplaned at an average speed of 19 knots, how many nautical miles are traveled in 4 hrs? (1 knot = 1 nautical mile/hr)

19 knots x 4 hours = 76 nautical miles

Correct Answer: 76

Question 12:

Due to heat, 68 cyclists fell out of the lead field of 84 cyclists. How many cyclists are left in the lead field?

84 - 68 = 16

Correct Answer: 16

Question 13:

The train had 68 food crates on board. It voyaged to the next town and picked up 64 more. How many food crates are on the train?

68 + 64 = 132

Correct Answer: 132

Question 14:

To escape earth's gravity the Space Shuttle must accelerate from Mach 14 to Mach 22. Calculate the difference?

Mach 22 - Mach 14 = Mach 8

Correct Answer: 8

Question 15:

A maglev train had 34 commuters and journeyed to the next stop to pick up 47 and drop off 56. How many are on the train?

34 + 47 - 56 = 25

Correct Answer: 25

Question 16:

A train with 54 water jugs journeyed to the next town and 24 were dropped off. How many water jugs are on the train?

54 - 24 = 30

Correct Answer: 30

Question 17:

If a Maglev train sped at an average speed of 201 mph, how many miles are traveled in 3 hours? (Distance = Rate x Time)

201 mph x 3 hours = 603 miles

Correct Answer: 603

Question 18:

A lead pack of 69 Formula One racers drafted in a line and as they rounded a turn 38 hurtled ahead. How many are left behind?

69 - 38 = 31

Correct Answer: 31

Question 19:

Due to heat, 16 bikers fell out of the lead peloton of 69 bikers. How many bikers are left in the lead peloton?

69 - 16 = 53

Correct Answer: 53

Question 20:

If a Maglev train sped at an average speed of 199 mph, how many miles are traveled in 3 hours? (Distance = Rate x Time)

199 mph x 3 hours = 597 miles

Correct Answer: 597

Question 21:

The train had 34 passengers on board. It journeyed to the next town and picked up 27 more. How many passengers are on the train?

34 + 27 = 61

Correct Answer: 61

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Number of Questions: 21

Correctly Answered: 20

Incorrectly Answered: 1

Unanswered: 0

Correct: 95%

Incorrect: 5%

Unanswered: 0%

Question 1:

If sailboats skimmed at an average speed of 17 knots, how many nautical miles are traveled in 14 hrs? (1 knot = 1 nautical mile/hr)

17 knots x 14 hours = 238 nautical miles

Correct Answer: 238

Question 2:

If a Maglev train raced at an average speed of 220 mph, how many miles are traveled in 9 hours? (Distance = Rate x Time)

220 mph x 9 hours = 1980 miles

Correct Answer: 1980

Question 3:

A maglev train had 67 travelers and sped to the next stop to pick up 22 and drop off 66. How many are on the train?

67 + 22 - 66 = 23

Correct Answer: 23

Question 4:

A lead pack of 67 stock cars were joined by 22 cars. How many total cars are in the pack?

67 + 22 = 89

Correct Answer: 89

Question 5:

If kitesurfers sped at an average speed of 47 knots, how many nautical miles are traveled in 8 hrs? (1 knot = 1 nautical mile/hr)

47 knots x 8 hours = 376 nautical miles

Correct Answer: 376

Question 6:

A maglev train had 59 passengers and journeyed to the next stop to pick up 26 and drop off 45. How many are on the train?

59 + 26 - 45 = 40

Correct Answer: 40

Question 7:

The steam train had 55 water jugs on board. It traveled to the next stop and picked up 20 more. How many water jugs are on the train?

55 + 20 = 75

Correct Answer: 75

Question 8:

The train had 60 food crates on board. It voyaged to the next town and picked up 67 more. How many food crates are on the train?

60 + 67 = 127

Correct Answer: 127

Question 9:

Due to heat, 26 cyclists fell out of the lead field of 77 cyclists. How many cyclists are left in the lead field?

77 - 26 = 51

Correct Answer: 51

Question 10:

A shuttle at Mach 21 (High-Hypersonic) reaches Mach 23 to dock with the International Space Station (ISS). What is the difference?

Mach 23 - Mach 21 = Mach 2

Incorrect Answer: 44

Correct Answer: 2

Question 11:

If sailboats hydroplaned at an average speed of 19 knots, how many nautical miles are traveled in 4 hrs? (1 knot = 1 nautical mile/hr)

19 knots x 4 hours = 76 nautical miles

Correct Answer: 76

Question 12:

Due to heat, 68 cyclists fell out of the lead field of 84 cyclists. How many cyclists are left in the lead field?

84 - 68 = 16

Correct Answer: 16

Question 13:

The train had 68 food crates on board. It voyaged to the next town and picked up 64 more. How many food crates are on the train?

68 + 64 = 132

Correct Answer: 132

Question 14:

To escape earth's gravity the Space Shuttle must accelerate from Mach 14 to Mach 22. Calculate the difference?

Mach 22 - Mach 14 = Mach 8

Correct Answer: 8

Question 15:

A maglev train had 34 commuters and journeyed to the next stop to pick up 47 and drop off 56. How many are on the train?

34 + 47 - 56 = 25

Correct Answer: 25

Question 16:

A train with 54 water jugs journeyed to the next town and 24 were dropped off. How many water jugs are on the train?

54 - 24 = 30

Correct Answer: 30

Question 17:

If a Maglev train sped at an average speed of 201 mph, how many miles are traveled in 3 hours? (Distance = Rate x Time)

201 mph x 3 hours = 603 miles

Correct Answer: 603

Question 18:

A lead pack of 69 Formula One racers drafted in a line and as they rounded a turn 38 hurtled ahead. How many are left behind?

69 - 38 = 31

Correct Answer: 31

Question 19:

Due to heat, 16 bikers fell out of the lead peloton of 69 bikers. How many bikers are left in the lead peloton?

69 - 16 = 53

Correct Answer: 53

Question 20:

If a Maglev train sped at an average speed of 199 mph, how many miles are traveled in 3 hours? (Distance = Rate x Time)

199 mph x 3 hours = 597 miles

Correct Answer: 597

Question 21:

The train had 34 passengers on board. It journeyed to the next town and picked up 27 more. How many passengers are on the train?

34 + 27 = 61

Correct Answer: 61

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## Tuesday, May 1, 2012

### First Name: iLiveMath Test Results

iLiveMath Results: Level 2

Number of Questions: 2

Correctly Answered: 1

Incorrectly Answered: 0

Unanswered: 1

Correct: 50%

Incorrect: 0%

Unanswered: 50%

Question 1:

The sea voyage counted a total of 77 Lion fish and later 26 swam away. How many remain?

77 - 26 = 51

Correct Answer: 51

Question 2:

In a group of 87 sea animals one third were Chrysaora jelly. Calculate the total Chrysaora jelly?

87 / 3 = 29

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Number of Questions: 2

Correctly Answered: 1

Incorrectly Answered: 0

Unanswered: 1

Correct: 50%

Incorrect: 0%

Unanswered: 50%

Question 1:

The sea voyage counted a total of 77 Lion fish and later 26 swam away. How many remain?

77 - 26 = 51

Correct Answer: 51

Question 2:

In a group of 87 sea animals one third were Chrysaora jelly. Calculate the total Chrysaora jelly?

87 / 3 = 29

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www.iLiveMath.blogspot.com

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