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Math Gumbo and RICE V. Martinez

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RICE Restate Illustrate Compute Explain

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RESTATE Restate means to say something in a different way. We restate the important information in the problem. That usually means writing the information that involves some kind of numbers.

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RESTATE Restate also means to say the question in a different way to make sure you understand what to answer.

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Restate Addition Problems: What is the total? How many altogether? How many in all? The sum is…

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Restate Subtraction Questions How many fewer? How much change? How many are left? The difference is… How many more? How much greater?

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Restate - Example Problem: Jeff had 3 nickels and 8 dimes. Marcy has 2 dollars. The children want to buy a present for their Mom that costs $4.25. If the children combined their money, would they have enough money to buy the present. Explain your answer.

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1.Restate the important information. Jeff had 3 nickels =.15 and 8 dimes =.80 Marcy had $2.00 Mom’s present = $ Restate the important question: Do the children have $4.25?

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Illustrate This means to draw a picture. Drawing a picture can take many forms. It doesn’t always have to be art. Example: Jeff = Marcy = $ $1.00 ALWAYS LABEL YOUR DRAWINGS!

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COMPUTE This means that you write a number sentence. Example: $

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Explain Your Answer This means to do 2 things: 1. Write the answer in a complete sentence. 2. Tell why you know this answer is your answer in a complete sentence.

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Now You Try It Jason has $5 in quarters. How many quarters does he have?

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Restate the important information. Jason has $5 in quarters. Restate the question: How many quarters does it take to equal $5?

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Illustrate = $1.00 = $1.00 = $1.00

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Write a number sentence. $1.00+$1.00+$1.00+$1.00+$1.00=$ = 20 quarters

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Explain Answer: It takes 20 quarters to equal $5.00. Explain: I know this because there are 4 quarters in one dollar. So 5 dollars has 4 quarters five times.

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