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First Grade Math: Fun Questions

A set of Math questions that my kiddo enjoys during the Summer Break.

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Numbers and Counting

  • A bunch of apples are arranged in a line, but a peach is mixed in the line. If we count from the beginning, the peach is the fifth in line. If we count from the end, then the peach is the seventh in line. How many apples are there in…

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Changhui Xu

Changhui Xu

Senior Application Developer. MBA. I write blogs about .NET, Angular, JavaScript/TypeScript, Docker, AWS, DDD, and many others.

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