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TCM #8775: Lesson 3.18 Solving Money Word Problems Todays Lesson

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TCM #8775: Lesson 3.18 Warm-Up Activity We will warm up today by finding some missing numbers.

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TCM #8775: Lesson 3.18 What can be multiplied with 9 to total 63? 41 + = 99 From what would you subtract 9 to have 32? ÷ 6 = 7

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TCM #8775: Lesson 3.18 What can be multiplied with 4 to total 24? What can be added to 38 to total 82? 73 – = 26 What would you divide by 9 to get a quotient of 8?

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TCM #8775: Lesson 3.18 Whole-Class Skills Lesson Today we are going to solve problems involving money. You will need to choose the most appropriate operation.

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TCM #8775: Lesson 3.18 At a pop concert, tickets were sold in six price bands: $12, $15, $18, $21, $25, and $35. The total number of seats available was 4,000 and the concert was sold out. The total amount of money taken for ticket sales was $88,400. The number of tickets sold in each price band have been mixed up. The number of tickets sold were 1,200, 400, 700, 600, 300, and 800.

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TCM #8775: Lesson 3.18 $25 $21 8003006007004001,200 Number of tickets sold Ticket price Can you find out which price band matches with which ticket sale amount? $12 $15 $18 $35 Total ticket sales $88,400

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TCM #8775: Lesson 3.18 8003006007004001,200 Number of tickets sold $18$21$12$35$15$25 Ticket price Can you find out which price band matches with which total ticket sale? Total ticket sales $88,400 $25 $21 $12 $15 $18 $35

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TCM #8775: Lesson 3.18 Group Work Teacher Note: See the lessons Differentiated-Group Skills Practice section for instructions. Continue work on the main activity. Look for the percentage of total ticket sales each price band represents. Practice solving money word problems using the activity sheet included in the lesson.

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