Here is another worksheet on multiplication comparisons, the difficult kinds that easily can confuse students!
This is a three page Word document, containing 8 thought provoking problems. There is also an example question, showing how to use Bar Diagrams to solve each problem.
An answer key is included on page 3.
Examples from the worksheet:
2. Last month, Joe trained 3 times as many dogs as cats. If the total number of cats and dogs he trained last month is 28, how many cats did he train?
4. At a zoo, there are 4 times as many monkeys than lions. If there are a total of 30 monkeys and lions, how many lions are there?
6. Carl saw 6 times as many robins as cardinals while watching birds. He saw a total of 28 birds. How many more robins did he see than cardinals?