# NCERT Solutions For Class 2 Maths Chapter 4 Counting in Tens

### Counting in Tens

Chickens and the clever Fox

Question: 1

In the morning, she counted her chickens.

(a) How many baskets of 10 chickens are there? ______

(b) How many chickens are there in all?

50 + 4 = _______

50 + 4 = 54

Question: 2

In the evening, she counted the chickens again.

(a) There are _________ baskets of 10 chickens.

There are 4 baskets of 10 chickens.

(b) There are _________ + 3 = _________ chickens in all.

There are 40 + 3 = 43 chickens in all.

(c) 54 – _____ = _______ chickens have been eaten by the fox.

54 – 43 = 11 chickens have been eaten by the fox

How Many are These?

Bhanu collects sticks from the jungle.

He sells them in the market.

He uses 10 sticks in 1 bundle.

Question: 3

3 bundles have _______ sticks.

3 bundles have 30 sticks

Question: 4

Now, how many sticks in all are these?

30 + 9 = 39

Question: 5

4 bundles would have ______ sticks.

4 bundles would have 40 sticks.

There is a wedding in Malti’s house.

She is making flower garlands.

Question: 6

So there are _______ flowers in all.

58

Question: 7

How many flowers are these?

67 flowers in all.

Question: 8

How many garlands of 10 flowers each can you make using 21 flowers? Draw them in the space below.

Question: 9

Leela, can you see all these pencils? How many are these? If you make a good guess, all these will be yours!

Let us help Leela.

(a) How many packets of 10 pencils are there? ________

6 packets

(b) How many pencils are outside the packets? ________

4 pencils.

(c) So, altogether there are __________ pencils.

60 + 4 = 64 pencils.

Kanak likes collecting different kinds of bindis.

Question: 10

(a) How many packets does she have? __________

Seven

(b) So how many bindis in all?

10 + 10 + 10 + 10 + 10 + 10 + 10 = 70

70 bindis in all.