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SOLVESOLVE

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S tudy the problem O L V E

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Underline the Question What does it want you to find? What type of Question is it? Algebra, Similar Figures, Data…

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S O rganize the facts L V E

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Underline all the numbers and key words Cross Out unnecessary facts Is there other information you need to know?

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S O L ine up a plan V E

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Think of a way to answer the problem Select an operation or equation

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S O L V erify E

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Answer your question.

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S O L V E xamine the answer

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Does your answer make sense? Do you have the units attached? Does it need to be in a different form?

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The students in a science class observed that if they divided the number of chirps a cricket makes per minute (n) by 4 and added 37, the result was the temperature in degrees. Using this formula, what is the temperature in degrees if the cricket chirps 32 times in 1 minute?

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A regular pentagon has sides 6.2 inches long. It is similar to a pentagon whose sides are three times as long. What is the perimeter of the larger pentagon?

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