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Written math problems for 3rd or 4th grade:
(1) How many 16 foot logs can be cut from a tree that grows 64 feet tall?
(2) If it takes 2 men to cut down one tree with cross cut saws, how many men would it take to cut down 10 trees?
(3) How long would it take the Peavine engine to transport a load of logs 12 miles to town if the little engine only traveled at 8 miles per hour?
(4) If a lumber jack paid $3.15 per week for room and board, how much would it cost him for 4 weeks stay?
(5) How much more a month did the train engineer make a month if he earned $65.00 per month and the lumber jack only earned $33.60 a month?
(6) If a lumber jack worked 6 days a week at 10 hours per day, how many total hours a week did he work?
(7) The Heilman logging company began production in 1910, it lasted for 8 years, what year did the production stop in the Greystone community?
(8) If a good mule could work productively for 12 years pulling logs, how many years total could 4 mules work?
(9) If a lumber jack lost 3 work days in the month of December and 4 work days in January to illness, how many days total were lost for the year?
(10) Lets say that each family had 1 dog, there were 16 families living in the camp, and two stray dogs happily living under the grub house where the left-overs were plentiful. How many puppy dogs total lived in the camp?
The answers to these problems may be found on the "Other Projects" page.