
 The answer is 16. Children should write or draw that there are four legs each on the pig, lion, and bear, and two legs each on the duck and kangaroo. To complete this problem, students need to know how many legs are on each animal. You may want to review this before presenting the problem.
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 Answers may vary.
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 There are nine peanuts left over. Some children may draw the peanuts in eight groups of two and show that there are nine left over. Second graders may actually be able to use multiplication and subtraction to solve this problem.
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