Tom has been given 35 chores to complete today. This morning he finished 7 of them. How many chores does he now have left to do *
28 chores
24 chores
19 chores
31 chores

Tom has been given 35 chores to complete today. This morning he finished 7 of them. He now has 28 chores left to do. (35-7=28)

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