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Twelve Days of Christmas Maths Challenge part two
Hopefully a little easier than the fist one from a couple of years ago. 12 Questions.
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1
If the song is taken literally how many musicians are there altogether?
12
22
11
34
2
If each of the 'Geese a laying' laid six eggs, how many eggs would there be?
36
30
24
18
3
If each of the 'maids a milking' filled two buckets with milk, how many buckets would there be altogether?
12
14
16
18
4
How many drumsticks must there be if all the 'drummers drumming' have two each?
18
20
22
24
5
What is the total number of gifts mentioned in the last verse?
60
78
84
99
6
How many wings do the 'turtle doves' have between them?
4
6
8
10
7
If the song is taken literally how many legs do all the 'Lords a leaping' have?
20
24
60
44
8
If the song is taken literally, how many 'French Hens' would there be altogether?
40
36
30
28
9
If each of the 'Ladies Dancing' had a dance partner, how many dancers would there be altogether?
12
14
16
18
10
If the song is taken literally, how many 'Partridges are there?
1
12
20
24
11
How many birds are mentioned in total?
43
33
23
13
12
Hardest one till last, how many legs, including the cows, do all the gifts mentioned in the last verse have?
145
178
139
162
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