**math activity**, proposed to students in the fourth year of elementary school, with problem situations on the four operations.

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1) A gardener received a total of 184 flowers. Of these, 49 were roses, 62 were daisies and the rest were carnations. How many carnations were there?

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2) A marketer had 16 tomatoes and 28 onions. If he's already sold 22, how many are left?

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3) A farmer had 57 pigs and 84 chickens, today he bought 63 sheep. How many animals does he have now?

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4) Lorena typed a number into the calculator, added another 5, multiplied by 2 and subtracted 10 and the result was 54. What was the first number she typed in?

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5) Lucas has 3 dozen books and Lívia has 36 more books than him. How many books does Livia have?

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6) Maria Luiza had 127 cards and bought 52 from her cousin Benício. How many did she stay with?

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