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25 Ways We Use Math Everyday! Amber Lowe

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1.Helping Mom measure your clothes to be hemmed. 2.Estimating how many chips are still left in your bag after snack time for lunch. 3.Figuring out discounts at stores. 4.Counting calories for your health. 5.Counting the money in your piggy bank. 2

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6. Saving money for a new toy. 7. Adding up your total purchases to make sure the sales associate did it correctly. 8. Counting your change to make sure youve received the correct amount back. 9. Counting the number of street signs for directions. 10. Figuring out change in temperature. 3

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11. Figuring out the time it takes to do a task. 12. Doubling a recipe. 13. Halving a recipe. 14. How much longer until class is over? 15. Distance. How much further? 4

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16. Figuring out how many packs of Valentines Day cards I will need for the class. 17. Divvying up items. (ex. 2 for me 2 for you.) 18. Charging for girl scout cookies or boy scout popcorn. 19. How much weight gained or lost? 20. How much money for 2 ice creams this week? 5

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21. How many more stars until I get a prize? 22. Scores for games, who won? 23. How many licks until you get to the center of a Tootsie Pop? 24. Calculating how many times you can tell Mom 5 more minutes before you are late. 25. I have $5, how many $0.69 Krystal burgers can I get? 6

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