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## Math in Focus Grade 2 Chapter 4 Practice 3 Answer Key Comparing Two Sets

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Question 1.

102 children at a swimming pool do not wear goggles. 23 more children wear goggles than those who do not wear goggles. How many children wear goggles?

______ children wear goggles.

Answer:

125 children wear goggles.

Explanation:

Given that 102 children at a swimming pool do not wear goggles and 23 more children wear goggles than those who do not wear goggles. So the total number of children wearing goggles is 102+23 which is 125 children.

Question 2.

Alice made 166 ham sandwiches for a party. She made 77 fewer cheese sandwiches than ham sandwiches for the party. How many cheese sandwiches did Alice make?

Alice made ___ cheese sandwiches.

Answer:

Alice made 89 cheese sandwiches.

Explanation:

Given that Alice made 166 ham sandwiches for a party and she made 77 fewer cheese sandwiches than ham sandwiches which are 166-77 = 89 cheese sandwiches.

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Question 3.

Sam makes 123 party favors. Lily makes 87 more party favors than Sam. How many party favors does Lily make?

Lily makes ___ party favors.

Answer:

Lily makes 210 party favors.

Explanation:

Given that Sam makes 123 party favors and Lily makes 87 more party favors than Sam which is 123+87 = 210 party favors.

Question 4.

952 children watch a funny movie. 265 fewer adults than children watch the funny movie. How many adults watch the funny movie?

____ adults watch the funny movie.

Answer:

687 adults watch the funny movie.

Explanation:

Given that 952 children watch a funny movie and 265 fewer adults than children watch a funny movie. So the adults watching the funny movie is 952-265 which is 687.

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Question 5.

Mr. Diaz has 347 apple trees in his orchard. He has 162 more apple trees than peach trees in his orchard. How many peach trees does Mr. Diaz have in his orchard?

Mr. Diaz has ___ peach trees in his orchard.

Answer:

Mr. Diaz has 185 peach trees in his orchard.

Explanation:

Given that Mr. Diaz has 347 apple trees in his orchard and he has 162 more apple trees than peach trees in his orchard. So let the peach trees be X as 162 more apple trees than peach trees, so

X+162 = 347,

X = 347-162

= 185 peach trees.

Question 6.

Shop A sells 97 television sets in December. It sells 166 fewer television sets than Shop B in December. How many television sets does Shop B sell in December?

Shop B sells _________ television sets in December.

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Question 7.

The school cook orders 219 hamburgers. He orders 120 more hamburgers than hot dogs. How many hot dogs does the school cook order?

The school cook orders ____ hot dogs.

Answer:

The school cook orders 99 hot dogs.

Explanation:

Given that the school cook orders 219 hamburgers and he orders 120 more hamburgers than hot dogs. So the number of hot dogs does the school cook order is

X+120 = 219

X = 219-120

= 99.

Question 8.

234 flag twirlers march in the Fourth of July parade. There are 159 fewer flag twirlers than band members at the parade. How many band members are at the parade?

____ band members are at the parade.

Answer:

The number of band members are at the parade is 75.

Explanation:

Given that 234 flag twirlers march in the Fourth of July parade and there are 159 fewer flag twirlers than band members at the parade, so the number of band members are at the parade is

X-159 = 234

X = 234-159

= 75.