Silly Farmer Math E. Matics wants to buy socks for his animals for the winter. He counted his chicken feet so he knows how many to buy. Can you help Farmer Math calculate how many socks to buy for his cows? 1. Look at the chart and think about this: If one chicken has two feet, then one chicken needs two socks. Two chickens would need four socks. Three chickens need six socks. And so on. 2. Now think about his cows. How many socks does each cow need? How many socks will he need for three cows? Complete a table to help him count the number of socks needed for his cows.