Mathematics questions for grades 3-5 Ocelot

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Male ocelots have territories of 35 square miles and females have territories of 9 square miles. The males’ territories can overlap several females. How many females’ territories can be in one male’s? Show your reasoning and your work to solve this problem.

1. 2
2. 3
3. 4
4. 5

Ocelots can be up to four feet long which is twice as large as an average housecat. Therefore, how long can an average housecat be?

1. 1.5 feet long
2. 2.0 feet long
3. 2.5 feet long
4. 4.0 feet long

 

 

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