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I have 12 crayons. 3 crayons are blue. The rest are red. How many crayons are red? All problems from Grade 1, Investigations

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I have 10 crayons. Some are blue and some are red. I have the same number of each color. How many crayons of each do I have?

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I have 9 crayons. Some are blue and some are red. I have fewer blue crayons. How many of each could I have?

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I have 10 crayons. 2 crayons are blue. The rest are red. How many crayons are red?

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I have 8 crayons. Some are blue, some are red and some are green. Most of the crayons are blue. How many of each color crayon could I have?

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Jeannie had 15 crayons. She gave some to Kay. Now she has 9 crayons. How many crayons did she give to Kay?

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I have 14 crayons. Some are red and some are blue. I have the same number of each color crayon. How many of each color crayon could I have?

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I have 9 crayons. Some are red, some are blue, and some are green. Most of the crayons are green. How many of each color crayon could I have?

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I have 9 crayons. Some are red, some are blue, and some are green. I have the same number of each color crayon. How many of each color crayon do I have?

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I have some crayons. Juliann gave me 7 red crayons. Now I have 13 crayons. How many crayons did I start with?

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I have 8 crayons. My mom gave me some more crayons and now I have 16 crayons. How many crayons did my mom give me?

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Michelle has 7 crayons and Heather has 12 crayons. How many more crayons does Heather have than Michelle?

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