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Words to Symbols and Vice Versa. How can I figure out word problems and math in real life?. Pick a partner. Divide a sheet of paper in your spiral into four sections. In the first section write all the words you can think of that would be used to tell you to add Second section: subtraction

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Words to symbols and vice versa

Words to Symbols and Vice Versa

How can I figure out word problems and math in real life?


Pick a partner

Pick a partner

Divide a sheet of paper in your spiral into four sections.

In the first section write all the words you can think of that would be used to tell you to add

Second section: subtraction

Third section: multiplication

Fourth section: division


Are you good at translating

Are you good at translating?

  • Let’s try a few translations

  • The sum of a number and 12 is 16

  • x + 12 = 16

  • The quotient of 15 and a number is less than 3

  • 15/x <3


Use the translation to solve real problems

Use the translation to solve real problems

  • You make a long distance call that costs $0.10 a minute. You spent $5.00. How many minutes did you talk?

  • Cost of call = $0.10 per minute

  • $5.00 = $0.10x

  • $0.10 $0.10

  • 50 = x

  • You talked 50 minutes


Your turn to practice

Your turn to practice

  • Page 33 #1-9

  • How did you do?

  • Calculate your percent

  • Do you notice anything about the number you get?

  • Fractions that have a 9 in the denominator will be repeating decimals


More practice

More practice

  • Same page 33

  • Let’s do numbers 10-23

  • How did you do with this group of problems?

  • WRAP IT UP WITH A 3-2-1!!!!!


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