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Preface IMAX partners with schools, supporting them with learning materials and processes that are all crafted to work together as an interconnected system to drive learning. Our books also strive to ensure inclusiveness in terms of gender and diversity in representation, catering to the heterogeneous Indian classroom. IMAX presents the Traveller series, designed specifically to meet the requirements of the new curriculum released in November 2016 by the Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE). Guiding principles: The 2016 CISCE curriculum states the following as a few of its guiding principles for Mathematics teaching: Develop mathematical thinking and problem-solving skills and apply these skills to formulate and solve problems. Acquire the necessary mathematical concepts and skills for everyday life and for continuous learning in Mathematics and related disciplines. Recognise and use connections among mathematical ideas and between Mathematics and other disciplines. Reason logically, communicate mathematically and learn cooperatively and independently. Each of these principles resonates with the spirit in which the IMAX textbooks, workbooks and teacher companion books have been designed. The IMAX team of pedagogy experts has carried out an intensive mapping exercise to create a framework based on the CISCE curriculum document. Key features of IMAX Traveller series: T heme-based content that holistically addresses all the learning outcomes specified by the CISCE curriculum. T he textbooks and workbooks are structured as per Bloom’s taxonomy to help organise the learning process according to the different levels involved. S tudent engagement through simple, age-appropriate content with detailed explanation of steps. Learning is supported through visually appealing images, especially for Grades 1 and 2. Increasing difficulty level in sub-questions for every question. Multiplication tables provided as per CISCE requirement. All in all, the Traveller Mathematics books aim to develop problem-solving and reasoning skills in the learners’ everyday lives while becoming adept at mathematical skills as appropriate to the primary level. – The Authors NR_BGM_9789387552067-TRAVELLER-G02-MATHS-WORKBOOK-PART2_Text.pdf___2 / 40

Workbook Features • Use of simple, age-appropriate language • Scaffolded approach for questions • Focus on subject-related vocabulary building I Recall I RUenmdeermsbtearndand Aimed at revising the Provides opportunities for prerequisite knowledge for practising the basic elements the concept from the previous involved in the learning of the year/chapter/concept/term concept I Apply I Explore(H.O.T.S.) Applying the understanding Extending the application of the of the concept to questions concept to more advanced based on the application of the and challenging questions that concept to real-life scenarios meet the criteria of higher order thinking skills NR_BGM_9789387552067-TRAVELLER-G02-MATHS-WORKBOOK-PART2_Text.pdf___3 / 40

Contents 6 Subtraction 6.1 Subtract 2-digit Numbers and 3-digit Numbers�������������������������� 1 7 Money 7.1 Add and Subtract Money without Conversion���������������������������� 6 8 Multiplication 8.1 Repeated Addition and Skip Counting ������������������������������������� 11 9 Division 9.1 Repeated Subtraction ���������������������������������������������������������������� 16 10 Measurement 10.1 Measure Lengths Using Non-standard Units������������������������������ 20 10.2 Comparing Mass and Volume by Estimation���������������������������� 25 11 Data Handling 11.1 Pictographs ������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 31 NR_BGM_9789387552067-TRAVELLER-G02-MATHS-WORKBOOK-PART2_Text.pdf___4 / 40

6Chapter Subtraction 6.1 Subtract 2-digit Numbers and 3-digit Numbers I Recall Multiple Choice Questions [] 1) ― (A) (B) (C) (D) [] [] 2) ― (A) (B) (C) (D) 3) ― (A) (C) (B) (D) 1 NR_BGM_9789387552067-TRAVELLER-G02-MATHS-WORKBOOK-PART2_Text.pdf___5 / 40

I Remember and Understand Multiple Choice Questions [] 4) 60 – 1 = _____________ [] (A) 60 (B) 61 (C) 59 (D) 50 [] 5) 90 – 0 = ___________ (A) 90 (B) 89 (C) 9 (D) 80 6) 75 – 75 = ___________ (A) 75 (B) 76 (C) 74 (D) 0 Fill in the Blanks 7) While subtracting, always begin from the _________________ place. 8) The place values in 2-digit numbers are ________________ and ones. 9) 96 – 91 = __________ Very Short Answer Questions 10) Subtract: 20 – 10 Solution: TO – 11) 42 – 0 = ? Solution: 2 NR_BGM_9789387552067-TRAVELLER-G02-MATHS-WORKBOOK-PART2_Text.pdf___6 / 40

12) Subtract 19 from 19. Solution: TO – Short Answer Questions 13) Subtract 312 from 728. Solution: H TO – 14) Subtract 67 from 82. Solution: TO – Subtraction 3 NR_BGM_9789387552067-TRAVELLER-G02-MATHS-WORKBOOK-PART2_Text.pdf___7 / 40

I Apply Very Short Answer Question 15) Ram has 20 fruits. He gave 10 fruits to his friend. How many fruits are left with Ram? Solution: Short Answer Questions 16) Out of 350 students in a school, 250 students went on a picnic. How many students did not go? Solution: H TO Number of students in the school = Number of students who went on picnic = Number of students who did not go = So, ______________ students did not go on the picnic. 17) Shahid buys 187 tomatoes from a shop. He gave 136 tomatoes to Christie. How many tomatoes are left with Shahid? Solution: H TO Number of tomatoes Shahid bought = Number of tomatoes given to Christie = Number of tomatoes left with Shahid = So, ______________ tomatoes are left with Shahid. 4 NR_BGM_9789387552067-TRAVELLER-G02-MATHS-WORKBOOK-PART2_Text.pdf___8 / 40

I Explore (H.O.T.S.) Short Answer Question 18) Given 169 – 100 = 69, frame a story sum. Solution: Subtraction 5 NR_BGM_9789387552067-TRAVELLER-G02-MATHS-WORKBOOK-PART2_Text.pdf___9 / 40

Money7Chapter 7.1 Add and Subtract Money without Conversion I Recall Multiple Choice Questions 1) 41 + 22 = ___________ [] [] (A) 42 (B) 63 (C) 64 (D) 65 [] (D) 77 2) 77 – 44 = ___________ (C) 33 (D) 70 (A) 22 (B) 44 3) 50 + 47 = ___________ (A) 97 (B) 96 (C) 17 I Remember and Understand Multiple Choice Questions 4) ` 22 + ` 22 = _______ [] [] (A) ` 40 (B) ` 42 (C) ` 44 (D) ` 46 [] 5) The sum of ` 11.11 and ` 22.22 is ___________. (A) ` 11.22 (B) ` 22.11 (C) ` 33.33 (D) ` 11.11 6) ` 55.55 – ` 44.44 = ________ (A) ` 99.99 (B) ` 44.44 (C) ` 55.55 (D) ` 11.11 6 NR_BGM_9789387552067-TRAVELLER-G02-MATHS-WORKBOOK-PART2_Text.pdf___10 / 40

Fill in the Blanks 7) Money is written in rupees and paise, separated by a ______________. 8) ` 40.10 + ` 30.10 = ______________ 9) ` 55.40 – ` 45.40 = ______________ Very Short Answer Questions 10) Subtract ` 33.30 from ` 65.50. Solution: ` p 6 5.5 0 –3 3.3 0 11) How is ` 49.96 read? Solution: 12) Add: ` 23.77 and ` 54.22 Solution: ` p 2 3.7 7 +5 4.2 2 Short Answer Questions 13) Solve: a) Subtract ` 32.50 from ` 56.70. b) Add ` 49.10 and ` 10.86. Money 7 NR_BGM_9789387552067-TRAVELLER-G02-MATHS-WORKBOOK-PART2_Text.pdf___11 / 40

Solution: a) `p b) ` p 5 6.7 0 4 9.1 0 –3 2.5 0 +1 0.8 6 14) Solve: a) Add ` 50.70 and ` 45.20. b) Subtract ` 23.65 from ` 98.87. Solution: a) ` p b) ` p 5 0.7 0 9 8.8 7 +4 5.2 0 –2 3.6 5 I Apply Very Short Answer Question 15) The cost of a plant is ` 40. The pot for the plant costs ` 46. What is the total cost of the plant and the pot? Solution: Short Answer Questions 16) The cost of a compass box is ` 47.50. Shruti gave ` 58.50 to the shopkeeper. How much change does the shopkeeper give Shruti? 8 NR_BGM_9789387552067-TRAVELLER-G02-MATHS-WORKBOOK-PART2_Text.pdf___12 / 40

Solution: = `p Amount given to the shopkeeper = . Cost of the compass box . Difference in the amounts = So, the shopkeeper gives _____________ as change. 17) Rishabh paid ` 46.29 for yellow flowers and ` 43.70 for red flowers. How much money did he give in all? Solution: `p Cost of yellow flowers =. Cost of red flowers =. Total amount = So, Rishabh paid ___________________ to the shopkeeper. I Explore (H.O.T.S.) Short Answer Question 18) Diksha has ` 500 with her. How many of the given items can she buy? Write any two possible combinations. Use each item only once in a combination. a lunch plate a t-shirt a teddy bear a dress a geometry box ` 180 ` 200 ` 250 ` 450 ` 100 Money 9 NR_BGM_9789387552067-TRAVELLER-G02-MATHS-WORKBOOK-PART2_Text.pdf___13 / 40

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8Chapter Multiplication [] 8.1 Repeated Addition and Skip Counting I Recall Multiple Choice Questions 1) Count the total number of cones. (A) 4 (B) 3 (C) 6 (D) 2 2) How many objects are there in all? [] [] (A) 3 (B) 18 (C) 6 (D) 9 3) How many legs are there in all? (A) 4 (B) 12 (C) 16 (D) 20 11 NR_BGM_9789387552067-TRAVELLER-G02-MATHS-WORKBOOK-PART2_Text.pdf___15 / 40

I Remember and Understand Multiple Choice Questions Look at the picture and answer the questions. Group 1 Group 2 Group 3 Group 4 4) How many groups are there in the picture? [] (A) 4 (B) 3 (C) 12 (D) 10 5) How many objects are there in each group? [] (A) 12 (B) 4 (C) 3 (D) 2 6) How many objects are there in total? [] (A) 3 (B) 12 (C) 4 (D) 16 Fill in the Blanks 7) In repeated addition, we put the objects into _______________ groups to find their total. 8) When skip counting by 2, the next number after 13 is _________. 9) When skip counting by 3, the next number after 26 is _________. 12 NR_BGM_9789387552067-TRAVELLER-G02-MATHS-WORKBOOK-PART2_Text.pdf___16 / 40

Very Short Answer Questions Look at the picture and answer the questions. Group 1 Group 2 10) Write the number of flowers in each group. Solution: 11) Write the total number of flowers. Solution: 12) How will you read the given picture? Solution: Short Answer Questions 13) Look at the picture and answer the following questions. Group 1 Group 2 Group 3 Group 4 Multiplication 13 NR_BGM_9789387552067-TRAVELLER-G02-MATHS-WORKBOOK-PART2_Text.pdf___17 / 40

a) Count and write the number of dogs in each group. b) C ount and write the total number of dogs. Solution: 14) Fill in the boxes by skip counting. a) 16 18 20 b) 8 11 14 I Apply Very Short Answer Question 15) Sheeba has 3 parrots. How many beaks do the parrots have altogether? Solution: Short Answer Questions 16) Count and write the number of groups. Count the number of squares in each group. Write the total number of squares. S olu tion: Number of groups = _______ Number of squares in each group = _______ Total number of squares = × = squares 14 NR_BGM_9789387552067-TRAVELLER-G02-MATHS-WORKBOOK-PART2_Text.pdf___18 / 40

17) Look at the picture and answer the following questions. a) How many lions are there? b) How many legs do the lions have altogether? Solution: I Explore (H.O.T.S.) Short Answer Question 18) Complete the wheel using skip counting of 2 and 4. Multiplication 15 NR_BGM_9789387552067-TRAVELLER-G02-MATHS-WORKBOOK-PART2_Text.pdf___19 / 40

Division9Chapter 9.1 Repeated Subtraction I Recall Multiple Choice Questions Look at the picture and answer the questions. 1) If the apples are distributed in 1 group of 10 people, there is/are ___________ of apple(s). [] (A) 10 groups (B) 5 groups (C) 2 groups (D) 1 group 2) When distributing the apples in 5 groups, each group has [] __________. (A) 2 apples (B) 3 apples (C) 4 apples (D) 5 apples 3) When distributing the apples in 2 groups, each group has __________. [] (A) 10 apples (B) 3 apples (C) 5 apples (D) 4 apples 16 NR_BGM_9789387552067-TRAVELLER-G02-MATHS-WORKBOOK-PART2_Text.pdf___20 / 40

I Remember and Understand Multiple Choice Questions 4) 12 books are distributed equally among 3 friends. So, each friend gets ______________. [ ] (A) 4 books (B) 3 books (C) 6 books (D) 2 books 5) 8 pens are distributed equally between 2 people. So, each person gets ______________. [] (A) 2 pens (B) 4 pens (C) 6 pens (D) 8 pens 6) The share of each student when 25 pencils are distributed equally among 5 students is _____________. [ ] (A) 3 pencils (B) 4 pencils (C) 5 pencils (D) 6 pencils Fill in the Blanks 7) Distributing a given number of objects into ________________ groups is called division. 8) The symbol for “is divided by” is __________. 9) 8 – 2 – 2 = ______ Very Short Answer Questions Write the following using the division symbol. 10) 45 divided by 5 gives 9. Solution: 11) 27 divided by 9 gives 3. Solution: 12) 14 divided by 7 gives 2. Solution: Division 17 NR_BGM_9789387552067-TRAVELLER-G02-MATHS-WORKBOOK-PART2_Text.pdf___21 / 40

Short Answer Questions 13) Divide using a number line. a) 15 ÷ 3 b) 12 ÷ 2 = 6 Solution: a) So, 15 ÷ 3 = ________ b) So, 12 ÷ 2 = ________ 14) 12 pastries are to be distributed among 4 friends. How many pastries does each one of them get? Solve using repeated subtraction. Solution: I Apply Very Short Answer Question 15) Write the statement using the division symbol. ‘Dhvani had 3 erasers. She distributed them equally among her 3 friends. Each friend got 1 eraser’. Solution: 18 NR_BGM_9789387552067-TRAVELLER-G02-MATHS-WORKBOOK-PART2_Text.pdf___22 / 40

Short Answer Questions 16) Faizal wants to divide 25 balls among 5 groups. How many balls will be there in each group? S olution: Total number of balls = _______ Number of groups = _______ Number of balls in each group = ÷= So, there are _______ balls in each of the 5 groups. 17) Zubin has 24 sweets. He packs 4 sweets in each box. How many sweet boxes can he make? S olution: Total number of sweets Zubin has = ______ Number of sweets in each box = ______ Number of boxes that he can make = ÷= So, Zubin can make ______ sweet boxes. I Explore (H.O.T.S.) Short Answer Question 18) Show that multiplication and division are reverse operations using the numbers 6, 5 and 30. Solution: Division 19 NR_BGM_9789387552067-TRAVELLER-G02-MATHS-WORKBOOK-PART2_Text.pdf___23 / 40

10Chapter Measurement 10.1 Measure Lengths Using Non-standard Units [] [] I Recall [ ] Multiple Choice Questions 1) Number of hand spans = __________ ( A) 4 (B) 3 (C) 2 (D) 5 2) Find the smallest butterfly. (A) blue (B) pink (C) purple (D) green 3) Find the tallest giraffe. Tommy Honey Dolly Cody (A) Cody (B) Dolly (C) Honey (D) Tommy 20 NR_BGM_9789387552067-TRAVELLER-G02-MATHS-WORKBOOK-PART2_Text.pdf___24 / 40

I Remember and Understand Multiple Choice Questions [ ] 4) Identify the unit given in the picture. (A) Cubit (B) Foot (C) Hand span (D) Pace 5) The length of the fence in the given picture is ___________. [ ] (A) 5 cubits (B) 5 fingers [] (C) 5 hand spans (D) 5 paces 6) The toothbrush is ________ erasers long. (A) 5 (B) 4 (C) 3 (D) 6 Fill in the Blanks 7) F oot and pace are used to measure lengths _________________ than hand span. 8) T he length of the wall is ________ cubits. 9) The length of the car is ________ cubits. Measurement 21 NR_BGM_9789387552067-TRAVELLER-G02-MATHS-WORKBOOK-PART2_Text.pdf___25 / 40

Very Short Answer Questions 10) Name a unit used to measure small lengths. Solution: 11) What types of units are foot, pace, hand span and cubit? Solution: 12) Identify the given unit. Solution: Short Answer Questions 13) Measure the objects with the given smaller objects. Write their number in the blanks. a) b) The box is _____________ pencils The chocolate bar is _____________ long. crayons long. 14) M easure the objects with the given smaller objects. Write their number in the boxes given. a) b) The paper is _________ sharpeners The tie is _________ pencils long. long. 22 NR_BGM_9789387552067-TRAVELLER-G02-MATHS-WORKBOOK-PART2_Text.pdf___26 / 40

I Apply Very Short Answer Question 15) R am likes his friend’s t-shirt. He wants to buy the same t-shirt. He checks the length of the t-shirt. Which unit is used by Ram to measure the length of the t-shirt? Solution: Short Answer Questions 16) How do you measure the following? a) length of a mat b) edge of a chair c) width of a door d) width of your classroom Solution: 17) Identify suitable non-standard units to measure the lengths of the following objects. a) a drawer b) a big window c) a shelf d) a book Measurement 23 NR_BGM_9789387552067-TRAVELLER-G02-MATHS-WORKBOOK-PART2_Text.pdf___27 / 40

Solution: I Explore (H.O.T.S.) Short Answer Question 18) Estimate the lengths of the given objects in non-standard units. Write the values in the table. Measure using your hands and feet to check if your guess is close to the actual value. Object Estimated Value Actual Value a) chalk piece b) mobile phone c) TV remote d) height of a door 24 NR_BGM_9789387552067-TRAVELLER-G02-MATHS-WORKBOOK-PART2_Text.pdf___28 / 40

10.2 Comparing Mass and Volume by Estimation I Recall Multiple Choice Questions Look at the pictures and answer the questions. 1) Identify the lightest object. [ ] (A) banana (B) lemon (C) pumpkin (D) apple 2) Identify the heaviest object. [ ] (A) banana (B) lemon (C) pumpkin (D) apple 3) W hich object is lighter than the pumpkin but heavier than the banana? [ ] (A) banana (B) lemon (C) pumpkin (D) apple I Remember and Understand Multiple Choice Questions Guess the weight and write. 4) The weight of 3 apples is the same as the weight of ______ oranges. [] (A) 6 (B) 5 (C) 4 (D) 3 5) ______ lemons are lighter than an orange. [ ] (A) Two (B) Ten (C) Four (D) Twelve Measurement 25 NR_BGM_9789387552067-TRAVELLER-G02-MATHS-WORKBOOK-PART2_Text.pdf___29 / 40

6) The weight of 6 strawberries is the same as the weight of ___________ apple(s). [ ] (A) 10 (B) 1 (C) 8 (D) 5 Fill in the Blanks Write ‘heavier’ or ‘lighter’ in the blanks. 7) On a weighing balance, the pan with the _________________ object goes down. 8) 1 cricket bat is _________________ than 2 oranges. 9) 1 teddy bear is _______________ than 4 books. Very Short Answer Questions 10) What can be used to measure the weights of objects? Solution: 11) Which is the heavier of the two? Solution: 26 NR_BGM_9789387552067-TRAVELLER-G02-MATHS-WORKBOOK-PART2_Text.pdf___30 / 40

12) Tick the object that can hold more water. Short Answer Questions 13) C ompare the weights of the objects. Fill in the blanks with the correct number. a) b) ________ tomatoes are heavier than ________ rat is lighter than ________ lemons. ________ cat. 14) Tick the object that can hold less water. a) b) Measurement 27 NR_BGM_9789387552067-TRAVELLER-G02-MATHS-WORKBOOK-PART2_Text.pdf___31 / 40

I Apply Very Short Answer Question 15) Look at Ajay’s weighing balance. Fill the blanks. _______ berries weigh as much as _______ plastic spoons. Short Answer Questions 16) Order the containers based on their capacities. Write 1 for the smallest and 4 for the largest. a) b) 28 NR_BGM_9789387552067-TRAVELLER-G02-MATHS-WORKBOOK-PART2_Text.pdf___32 / 40

17) Order the containers based on their capacities. Write 1 for the smallest and 4 for the largest. a) b) Measurement 29 NR_BGM_9789387552067-TRAVELLER-G02-MATHS-WORKBOOK-PART2_Text.pdf___33 / 40

I Explore (H.O.T.S.) Short Answer Question 18) Observe the pans in the given pictures. In Fig. a, the potato is heavier than the tomato. In Fig. b, the onion is heavier than the potato. Both the pans in Fig. c are empty. Place the onion and the tomato in the correct pans in Fig. c. Pan B Pan A has a potato. Fig. a Pan B has a tomato. Pan A is heavier than Pan B. Pan A Pan B Pan A has an onion. Pan B has a potato. Pan A is heavier than Pan B. Pan A Fig. b Pan B Pan A has _______________________. Pan B has _______________________. Pan A is heavier than Pan B. Pan A Fig. c 30 NR_BGM_9789387552067-TRAVELLER-G02-MATHS-WORKBOOK-PART2_Text.pdf___34 / 40

11Chapter Data Handling 11.1 Pictographs I Recall Multiple Choice Questions 1) How many different types of fruits are there in the picture? [] (A) 7 (B) 2 (C) 3 (D) 4 [] 2) The number of bananas in the given picture is _______. [] (A) 3 (B) 2 (C) 1 (D) 4 3) The number of apples in the given picture is _______. (A) 3 (B) 4 (C) 7 (D) 5 I Remember and Understand Multiple Choice Questions 4) If = 2 leaves, then show how many leaves? [] (A) 12 (B) 18 (C) 3 (D) 6 31 NR_BGM_9789387552067-TRAVELLER-G02-MATHS-WORKBOOK-PART2_Text.pdf___35 / 40

5) If = 4 bananas, then show how many bananas? [ ] (A) 3 (B) 4 (C) 12 (D) 16 6) If = 3 flowers, then show how many flowers? [] (A) 15 (B) 12 (C) 4 (D) 3 Fill in the Blanks Look at Riya’s toys. Write the correct numbers in the blanks. Key: = 3 cars = 1 bicycle = 2 trucks 7) The total number of toy bicycles Riya has is _____________. 8) The toy that is more in number than all other toys is the _____________. 9) Riya has _________ toy trucks. 32 NR_BGM_9789387552067-TRAVELLER-G02-MATHS-WORKBOOK-PART2_Text.pdf___36 / 40

Very Short Answer Questions If = 5 pigeons, find the number of pigeons shown. 10) Solution: 11) Solution: 12) Solution: Short Answer Questions 13) a) If = 6 chicks, then are how many chicks? b) If = 4 pigs, then how many pigs do the following pigs show? Solution: a) ____ × ____ chicks = ____ chicks b) ____ × ____ pigs = ____ pigs Data Handling 33 NR_BGM_9789387552067-TRAVELLER-G02-MATHS-WORKBOOK-PART2_Text.pdf___37 / 40

14) The number of students in a class having different flowers is given in the pictograph. Use the pictograph to answer the questions. Key: 1 = 2 students 1 = 1 student Flowers Number of students a) Which colour flower is most popular? b) How many students have a flower pot? Solution: I Apply Very Short Answer Question is equal to how many students? 15) If = 2 students, then Solution: 34 NR_BGM_9789387552067-TRAVELLER-G02-MATHS-WORKBOOK-PART2_Text.pdf___38 / 40

Short Answer Questions 16) represents 6 fruits and represents 3 fruits. Fill in the total number of fruits in the pictograph. Solution: Fruits Total number of fruits a) b) 17) Riya and Priya love to eat ice creams in summer. Read the pictograph and find the total number of ice creams Riya and Priya ate. Key: represents 2 ice creams represents 1 ice cream Solution: Ice cream Total number of ice cream Ice creams Riya ate Ice creams Priya ate Data Handling 35 NR_BGM_9789387552067-TRAVELLER-G02-MATHS-WORKBOOK-PART2_Text.pdf___39 / 40

I Explore (H.O.T.S.) Short Answer Question 18) T he number of pizzas prepared by Julie, Rupa and Hari are shown in the pictograph. Pizzas prepared Number of pizzas prepared Julie Rupa Hari Key: = 4 pizzas = 2 pizzas a) Who prepared the minimum number of pizzas? b) How many more pizzas were prepared by Julie than Rupa? Solution: a) Pizzas prepared by Number of pizzas Julie Rupa Hari So, ________ prepares the minimum number of pizzas. b) Number of more pizzas Julie prepared than Rupa = __________________ So, Julie prepared _____ pizzas more than Rupa. 36 NR_BGM_9789387552067-TRAVELLER-G02-MATHS-WORKBOOK-PART2_Text.pdf___40 / 40

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