 NCERT Math Magic Solutions for Class 2 Maths Chapter 4 Counting in Tens.
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Counting in Tens deals with counting of numbers in tens.

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Chapter 4: Counting in Tens

Chickens and the Clever Fox

Question 1 : In the morning, she counted her chickens. How many baskets of 10 chickens are there?

Answer : Observe the given picture.
There are 10 chickens in each basket. Now, count the number of baskets. There are 5 such baskets in all.

Question 2 : How many chickens are there in all?
50 + 4 = ………………………………………………………………

Answer : There are 5 boxes of 10 chickens. It represents 5 tens. 5 tens represent the number 50. So, 5 baskets have 50 chickens.
In the given picture, there are 4 chickens outside the baskets. It represents 4 ones. Add 50 and 4.
50 + 4 = 54
In the morning, there are 54 chickens in all.

Question 3 : In the evening, she counted the chickens again. There are ………… baskets of 10 chickens.

Answer : Count the number of baskets in the given picture. There are 4 baskets of 10 chickens.

Question 4 : There are ………… + 3 = ………… chickens in all.

Answer : There are 4 groups of 10 chickens. It represents 4 tens. 4 tens represent the number 40. So, 4 baskets have 40 chickens.
In the picture, there are 3 chickens outside the baskets. It represents 3 ones. Add 40 and 3.
40 + 3 = 43
There are 43 chickens in all.

Question 5 : 54 – ………… = ………… chickens have been eaten by the fox.

Answer : In the morning, there were 54 chickens in all. In the evening, there were 43 chickens left.
Subtract 43 from 54.
54 – 43 = 11
So, 11 chickens were missing. 11 chickens have been eaten by the fox.

How Many are These?

Question 6 : 3 bundles have ………… sticks.

Answer : Bhanu uses10 sticks to make 1 bundle. There are 3 bundles of 10 sticks. It represents 3 tens, and 3 tens represent the number 30. So, 3 bundles have 30 sticks.

Question 7 : Now, how many sticks in all are these?
………… sticks in all.

Answer : Count the number of bundles and number of individual sticks in the third box in the given picture.
There are 3 bundles of 10 sticks that represent 3 tens, and 9 individual sticks that represent 9 ones.
3 tens and 9 ones represent the number 39. So, there are 39 sticks in all.

Question 8 : 4 bundles would have ………… sticks.

Answer : In each bundle, there are 10 sticks. 4 bundles of 10 sticks represent 4 tens, and 4 tens represent the number 40. So, 4 bundles would have 40 sticks.

Question 9 : There is a wedding in Malti's house. She is making flower garlands. She uses 10 flowers to make 1 garland.  So, there are ………… flowers in all.

Answer : One garland has 10 flowers. There are 5 garlands of 10 flowers and 8 individual flowers.
Five garlands of 10 flowers represents 5 tens. 8 individual flowers represent 8 ones. 5 tens and 8 ones represent the number 58.
So, there are 58 flowers in all.

Question 10 : ………… flowers in all.

Answer : One garland has 10 flowers. There are 6 garlands and 7 individual flowers. Six garlands of 10 flowers represents 6 tens. 7 individual flowers represent 7 ones.
6 tens and 7 ones represent the number 67. So, there are 67 flowers in all.

Question 11 : How many garlands of 10 flowers each can you make using 21 flowers? Draw them.

Answer : 2 tens and 1 ones represent the number 21. You need to draw 2 garlands of 10 flowers each and 1 individual flower to make 21 flowers in total. The correct answer is: Question 12 :

Let us help Leela. How many packets of 10 pencils are there? …………

Answer : Observe the given picture. There are 10 pencils in each packet. Count the number of packets. There are 6 packets of 10 pencils in total.

Question 13: How many pencils are outside the packets? …………

Answer : Observe the given picture carefully and count the number of pencils outside the packets. On the table, 4 pencils are outside the packets.

Question 14 : So, altogether there are ………… pencils.

Answer : There are 6 packets of 10 pencils each, that represent 6 tens. 4 pencils are outside the packets, that represent 4 ones.
6 tens and 4 ones represent the number 64.
So, altogether there are 64 pencils.

Question 15 : Kanak likes collecting different kinds of bindis. Each packet has 3 + 4 + 3 bindis.
How many packets does she have? …………

Answer : Count the number of packets in the given picture carefully. There are 7 packets of bindis.
So, she has 7 packets.

Question 16 : So how many in all? …………

Answer : She has 7 packets of bindis.
It is given that each packet has 3 + 4 + 3 bindis.
3 + 4 + 3 = 10
There are 7 packets of 10 bindis that represent 7 tens.
7 tens represent the number 70.
So, there are 70 bindis in all.

Question 17 : Now you draw 10 in a different way. Answer : Try yourself and answer this question.

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