**math activity**, proposed to students in the third and fourth years of elementary school, with problem-addiction situations.

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1) Rafaela has 7 bladders, Felipe has 5 and Ayla has 6. How many balloons do they have together?

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2) A seamstress made 7 pants and 50 blouses. How many pieces of clothing did she make in total?

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3) A baker sold 53 cheese and 57 meat pastries. How many pastries did he sell?

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4) Caleb has 2 reais and his cousin has 9 more. How much money do you two have together?

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5) A farmer had 13 pigs and 48 ducks, today he bought 15 goats. How many animals does he have now?

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6) A couple went to the cafeteria and bought two snacks for 25 reais and two juices for 20 reais. How much did they spend?

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