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Dino Problem of the Week from South Beaverton!

Mar 22, 2017

A good one this week from South Bedrock...I mean South Beaverton! 

The triceratops we know and love was HUGE. This dinosaur could grow up to 30 feet long and weighed as much as a truck! But did you know that triceratops eggs were only about the size of a cantaloupe?

 

This week’s Word Problem Wednesday is as BIG on fun as a nest of triceratops eggs! Give it a try and check back tomorrow to compare your answer with ours.

 

A paleontologist found five triceratops nests. The first nest had 12 eggs. The second nest had 14 eggs. The third nest had 12 eggs. The fourth nest had 16 eggs. The fifth nest had 21 eggs. What is the average number of eggs in a triceratops nest?