Name:    Lesson 5 - Solving Problems Using a Chart

1.

How many days are in June, July, and August altogether?
 a. 94 b. 92 c. 91

2.

How many days are there in September, October, and November altogether?
 a. 91 b. 90 c. 92

3.

How many full weeks are in January, February, and March altogether, if the year is not a leap year?
 a. 13 b. 11 c. 12

4.

How many full weeks are in July, August, September, and October?
 a. 17 b. 16 c. 18

5.

How many weeks and days are in May, June, and July?
 a. 13 weeks + 2 days b. 12 weeks + 6 days c. 13 weeks + 1 day

6.

How many weeks and days are in January, February, March, and April in a leap year?
 a. 17 weeks + 1 day b. 17 weeks + 2 days c. 16 weeks + 6 days

7.

How many weeks and days are there in September, October, November, and December?
 a. 17 weeks + 3 days b. 17 weeks + 2 days c. 16 weeks + 5 days

8.

How many days are between New Year’s Day (January 1) and St. Patrick’s Day (March 17), if the year is not a leap year?
 a. 77 b. 75 c. 76

9.

How many days are between Canada Day (July 1) and Hallowe’en (October 31)?
 a. 122 b. 123 c. 121

10.

Gail’s birthday is 73 days after April Fool’s Day (April 1). When is Gail’s birthday?
 a. June 10 b. May 30 c. June 12