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Problem Solving
Nov 13th, 2011 by julie@juliemcleod.org

Problem Solving
Nov 13th, 2011 by julie@juliemcleod.org

Problem Solving
Oct 28th, 2010 by julie@juliemcleod.org

Mrs. Miller is baking cookies for 16 children. She has baked 2 dozen cookies. If she wants each child to receive exactly 2 cookies and have no cookies left over, how many more cookies should she bake?
F 1.5
G 8
H 24
J 32

Taylor’s Response:

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Problem Solving
Oct 26th, 2010 by julie@juliemcleod.org

Ms. Meléndez needs to replace the batteries in 20 calculators. Each calculator uses 4 batteries. The batteries are sold in packages of 16. How many packages of batteries does Ms. Meléndez need to buy?

A 64
B 4
C 80
D 5

Tyler’s Response:

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Least Common Multiple
May 11th, 2009 by julie@juliemcleod.org

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Shalyn’s Solution:

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And even more function tables
May 11th, 2009 by julie@juliemcleod.org

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Tonaiya’s Solution:

Problem Solving Steps
Mar 31st, 2009 by julie@juliemcleod.org

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Bobby’s Solution:

Multiplication and division with equivalent ratios and rates
Mar 31st, 2009 by julie@juliemcleod.org

equiv_rates_ratiosJulia’s Solution:

Ratios and Proportions
Mar 31st, 2009 by julie@juliemcleod.org

ratiosClayton’s Solution:

More Angle Relationships
Mar 31st, 2009 by julie@juliemcleod.org

angles_triangle2Madison’s Solution:

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