**Problem
of the Day**

**Monday March
8**

Two Jr. Iditarod mushers have a total of seventeen necklines. One has five more than the other. How many necklines do each have.

**Tuesday March
9**

DeeDee, Lyn and Joy ran a sprint race with only six dogs each. Joy's time was faster than Lyn's time, but Joy did not win. Who won the race? Who came in last?

**Wednesday
March 10**

Sam must be in Wasilla with his dogs for the vet check by 8:15 a.m. It takes him 3 hours and 10 minutes to get to Wasilla from his home. What time should Sam Leave his home to arrive in Wasilla on time?

**Thursday March
11**

Six mushers met each other at the muscher's banquet. If they each shake hands one time with every other person, how many handshakes will there be.

**Friday March
12**

Four dogs had their own sleds in a sled dog race. The dogs' names were Bandit, Pepsi, M&M, and Paws. Paws finished the race before Pepsi, but behind Bandit. M&M did not win, but she beat Pepsi and Paws, Give the order of their finish.

**Monday March
15**

Each team has sixteen dogs and there are eighty-seven teams, how many dogs will leave Anchorage?

**Tuesday March
16**

In the morning the temperature was -28 degrees F. By noon it was -50 degrees F., but by 2:00 the temperature was 31 degrees F. How many degrees did the temperature rise during the day?

**Monday March 22**

Carol buys seventeen bags of dog food. She can fit three bags into her cart at one time. How many cart loads does she have?

**Tuesday March 23**

There are seven white huskies, four gray huskies and five black huskies on Jenna's sled dog team. What fraction of the team is black?

**Wednesday March 24**

**Thursday March 25**

**Friday March 26**