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MULTIPLICATION WORD PROBLEMS BOX METHOD 3.4

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Raynie has 6 boxes of MatchBox cars. There are 10 cars in each box. How many cars does Raynie have altogether? Raynie has _____ MatchBox cars. boxescars per box cars total

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Alissa is buying school supplies. She needs to buy index cards for her class. There are 100 cards in each package. She buys 3 packs of cards. How many index cards did she buy? Alissa bought _____ index cards. packscards per pack cards total

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Daniel buys 3 boxes of doughnuts for his party. Each box contained one dozen or 12 doughnuts. How many doughnuts did Daniel buy? boxesdoughnuts per dozen doughnuts total

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Franklin loves gummy bears. He wants to have a pack of gummy bears for lunch every day this week. Each pack contains 9 gummy bears. He wants to take gummy bears on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday. How many gummy bears will he eat this week? packsgummy bears per pack gummy bear total

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Wanda needs to buy hair barrettes as party favors for her birthday. There are 12 barrettes in each pack. Wanda buys 4 packs. How many did she buy? packsbarrettes per pack barrettes total

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What is the AREA of each shape? Each square equals 1 sq. foot. _____ _____ _____ _____

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Use symbols to make each sentence true. or = 4 + 5 ___ 8 - 19 + 6 ___ 12 + 314 – 2 ___ 15 - 49 + 9 ___ 19 - 0 17 – 13 ___ 11 - 87 + 7 ___ 8 + 511 + 5 ___ 19 - 520 – 10 ___ 10 + 1 9 + 8 ___ 17 - 018 – 4 ___ 10 + 515 + 3 ___ 17 + 20 + 9 ___ 13 - 10

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How many rows? How many columns? How many in each array? R: ___ C:___ R:___ C:___ Total ___ R: ___ C: ___ R: ___ C: ___ Total ___ Total ___ Total ___

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What is the PERIMETER of each?

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Samantha counted 173 roses in her grandmother’s garden. Grasshoppers ate 26 of the roses. How many roses were left? roseseatenleft

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Fill in the chart. - 1000- 100-1067,982+ 100+ 1000 - 1000- 100- 1089,427+ 100+ 1000

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Identify and solve each array. R x C = _____ R x C = _____ Rows:___ times Columns:___ = ____ R x C = _____ ___ x ___ = _____ R x C = _____ R x C = _____

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Identify and solve each array. R x C = _____ R x C = _____ Rows:___ times Columns:___ = ____ R x C = _____ ___ x ___ = _____ R x C = _____ R x C = _____

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Lisa keeps her shell collection on 6 shelves in her bedroom. She has 7 shells on each shelf. Use the box method to find how many shells she has altogether.

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Walter mows lawns after school to make extra money. He mows 4 lawns and makes $48. How much does Walter charge to mow each lawn? Use the box method to solve. lawnschargeearns

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George loves markers. He bought 3 boxes of markers for school. Each box has 8 different colored markers in it. How many markers does George have for school?

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Caryn is decorating a jacket for her dance team. She needs 90 stones. The stones come in packages of 10. How many packages should Caryn buy?

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Find the perimeter. Perimeter: ______ inches

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Find the perimeter. Perimeter: ____ feet

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Find the perimeter. Perimeter: ____ feet

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Find the perimeter. Perimeter: ____ cm

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Find the perimeter. Perimeter: _____ feet

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Draw any figure that has a perimeter of 24 centimeters

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Draw any figure that has a perimeter of 18 centimeters

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Draw any figure that has a perimeter of 35 centimeters

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Complete the bar graph. Alice has 3 apples. Barbara has 8 apples. Carol has 5 apples. 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 ABC

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ESTIMATE: Will your estimate be more accurate if you round to the tens or the hundreds place? 471 + 359 = _______ ______ + ______ = _______ 649 + 237863 - 218137 + 472 545 + 715689 + 562379 - 256

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Elise is buying candy to fill her party piñata. She buys 4 bags of mixed candy with 80 pieces in each bag. How many pieces of candy does she have in all? bagspieces per bag total

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How much money do you have? x 3 = _____¢ x 5 = _____¢ x 4 = _____¢ x 6 = _____¢ x 3 = _____¢

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Digits – Digits ___, ___ ___ ___ Put a 4 in the tens place. Put an 8 in the hundreds place. Put a 0 in the ones place. Put a 1 in the thousands place.

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Share the cookies. How many cookies does each child get? 8 cookies - 2 kids6 cookies - 3 kids10 cookies - 2 kids 15 cookies - 5 kids2 cookies - 1 kid15 cookies - 3 kids 12 cookies - 4 kids8 cookies - 4 kids20 cookies - 10 kids

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ARRAYS Remember: Rows go across Columns go up and down There are 20 counters in your array. There are 5 rows. How many columns? _______ Draw the array. There are 32 counters in your array. There are 8 rows. How many columns? _______ Draw the array.

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Five children share 16 markers equally. How many markers does each child get. How many markers are left over? Left over or remaining? ____ total markers total children markers each

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AREA Find the area (inside) of the figure. Example: ____ x ____ = _______ square ____ x ____ = _______ sq

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Draw a figure with an area of 14 square inches.

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Find the area of each. Remember that the answer has to be in square units.

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Draw a figure with an area of 28 square units.

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Find the area of each.

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Draw a figure with an area of 40 square units.

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Frankie wants new wheels for his skateboard. Each wheel costs $13.48 ESTIMATE the cost of four wheels. wheelsrounded costestimate

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George has 5 packs of erasers. There are 9 erasers in each pack. How many erasers does George have?

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Hank gives 3 cookies to each of his friends after lunch. There are 25 cookies in the bag. How many friends can he give 3 cookies to? Will there be any cookies left over?

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There are 20 students in Isabella’s class. During recess they break into teams to play ball. How many teams can be made with exactly 5 students on each team?

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Jimmy wants to play on the swings during recess. There are 3 sets of swings with 4 swings each. How many swings are at Jimmy’s school?

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Kiley wants to buy a new bike for her birthday. She has saved up $36. The new bike costs $67. How much more money does Kiley need to buy her bike?

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Complete the bar graph. Lorne read 5 books. Mona read 3 books. Norma read 7 books. Median books read: _____ 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 LMN

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Write the number that has 6 ones, 4 hundreds, 2 thousands, 1 ten, and 8 ten-thousands ___ ___, ___ ___ ___ Write the number that has 7 hundreds, 4 tens, 9 ones, 3 thousands, and 2 ten-thousands ___ ___, ___ ___ ___ Write the number that has 5 thousands, 2 tens, 4 ten-thousands, 0 ones, and 3 hundreds ___ ___, ___ ___ ___ Write the number that has 9 tens, 6 thousands, 2 hundreds, 4 ones, and 3 ten-thousands ___ ___, ___ ___ ___

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Draw the array and solve the problem in the box. packs cookies per pack cookies in all 48

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Make an estimate. Solve to find out how close your estimate was. 451 + 326 197 + 682 245 + 573 Round ____ + ____ ____ + ____ ____ + ____ Estimate __________ __________ __________ Solve

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Use dots to show a 5 X 3 array. Use dots to show a 7 X 4 array.

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Look at the graph. Which movie did people like best? _____ Which movies were tied? ____________________ What is the RANGE? _____ What is the MEDIAN? ____

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The custodian must arrange the chairs for the PTA meeting. He put chairs in 7 rows with 5 chairs in each row. Draw an array to show the chairs. How many chairs are set up for the meeting? _________

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Draw a figure that has an area of 14 square units.

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Fill in the number grid. 532

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Draw symbols to make each statement true. = $4.98 ____ $4.89$2.90 ____ $2.99$8.87 ____ $7.97 $0.06 ____ $0.66$35.10 ____ $35.10$123.01 ____ $132.10

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Write the Fact Family that goes with each. _____________ ______________ ______________ + / -

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Make up your own Fact Family triangle.

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Write each Fact Family

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Complete the Chart. What is the Rule for this chart? _________ YARDSFEET 2 515 12 1 9

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Draw a figure that has an area of 21 square units.

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Look at the graph. How many students voted for “Magic Tree House”? __________ What is the total number of students that took the survey? __________ What is the RANGE? __________

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Draw symbols to make each statement true. = $0.88 ____ $8.89$13.30 ____ $13.03$101.11 ____ $101.10 $121.40 ____ $21.40$59.01 ____ $95.10$47.55 ____ $47.50

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Joe’s friends play marbles at recess. There are 42 marbles in the middle of the circle. Each child will get 7 marbles. How many children are playing marbles?

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What is the perimeter of each figure?

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How many dots in the array? How many Rows times how many Columns? Rows ____ Columns ____ ____ x ____ = ______

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Label each dot array. ___ x ___ = ____

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Look at the calendar. How many days? _____ How many days in a week? _____ How many weeks? _____ How many days left over? _____ How many Sundays? _____ How many Fridays? _____

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How likely are you to roll a 14? CERTAIN to roll a 14 LIKELY to roll a 14 EVEN chance to roll a 14 UNLIKELY to roll a 14 IMPOSSIBLE to roll a 14

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How likely are you to get heads? CERTAIN to get heads LIKELY to get heads EVEN chance to get heads UNLIKELY to get heads IMPOSSIBLE to get heads

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How likely is it that the sun will rise? CERTAIN the sun will rise LIKELY the sun will rise EVEN chance the sun will rise UNLIKELY the sun will rise IMPOSSIBLE that the sun will rise

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Look at the map scale. What is the distance from the red star to the border of each state? Georgia _____ North Carolina _____ Texas _____ Tennessee _____ SCALE

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Fill in the chart. What is the Rule? ____________ INOUT 10 1317 37 59 124128 670 1206

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This is a list of the ages of all the students in our class. 7, 6, 8, 8, 7, 8, 7, 6, 9, 8, 8, 7, 8, 8, 9, 8, 8 What is the Mode? _____ What is the Median? _____ What is the Range? _____ MODE: NUMBER THAT APPEARS MOST OFTEN MEDIAN: PUT NUMBERS IN ORDER - ITS THE NUMBER IN THE MIDDLE RANGE: SUBTRACT THE LOWEST NUMBER FROM THE HIGHEST NUMBER

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Measure each line in centimeters. __________ ________________ ________ ____ _____________________ _____________ _____________________________________ ___

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March 11 th is a Wednesday. What is the date on the following Wednesday?

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Prices on lunch menu. Find the MODE, the MEDIAN, and the RANGE. $1 $ 3, $2, $1, $1, $2, $1, $2, $3 MODE ______ MEDIAN _______ RANGE ______ MODE = MOST MEDIAN = MIDDLE RANGE = SUBTRACT

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The map scale shows that each inch is equal to 100 miles. 2 inches would equal ________ miles 5 inches would equal ________ miles 8inches would equal ________ miles 1 inch = 100 miles

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