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Liling went to the grocery store to buy fruits to prepare a fruit salad. At the store, she bought 5 avocados, 7 oranges, 5 bananas, and 6 mangoes. Before making the fruit salad Liling made a graph of the fruits she bought. How many avocados and bananas did she buy in total?
Tara went snorkeling in the sea. In the shallow waters near the beach she saw seven clown fish, four starfish, and four crayfish. Later that day, Tara made a graph of what she saw. How many animals did she see in total?
Lulu went to a pet store. There, she saw 5 frogs, six toucans, and 2 parrots. Later at home, Lulu made a graph of what she saw at the pet store. Which animal did she see the least?
Kiran has a beautiful flower garden in her backyard. Last Sunday, she picked seven tulips, three roses, three sunflowers, and five daisies from her garden and made a graph of the flowers she picked. Did she pick fewer sunflowers or daisies?
Marina went to a petting zoo. There, she saw 6 cats, five rabbits, two toucans, and two dogs. To show her parents what she saw at the petting zoo, Marina made a graph. How many toucans did she see?
On a Sunday morning, Nagesh decided to clean his drawer. In the drawer, he found three pens, 4 pencils, and 5 marbles. As a fun activity, Nagesh made a graph of what he found. How many more pencils than pens did he find?
Lata went to a home improvement store with her father. At the store, she saw 2 scales, seven broomsticks, and 4 garden forks. Later at home, Lata made a graph to show her father what she had seen. Did she see fewer garden forks or scales?
Navin went to the city aquarium on a shool trip. In the aquarium he saw two trout fish, 5 sharks, and six octopuses. For the trip reportNavin made a graph to show what he saw. How many fewer trout fish than octopuses did he see?
Nasir went to a home improvement store with his father. At the store, he saw 5 paint brushes, 4 garden forks, and three bulbs. Later at home, Nasir made a graph to show his father what he had seen. Did he see fewer paint brushes or garden forks?
Chen runs an electronic shop in a mall. Last Sunday, he sold five calculators, 7 TVs, and two laptop computers in the morning. In the afternoon, Chen made a graph of items he sold. How many more calculators than laptop computers did he sell?
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