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  1. Problem Solving by Monica Yuskaitis Edited by Erin Donelson

  2. Table of Contents • Introduction- Johnny Appleseed • Problem Solving 1 • Problem Solving 2 • Brainpop Problem Solving • Math and Logic Smart Notebook lessons

  3. Hi there!

  4. Johnny Appleseed Loves Math

  5. 1. Mark bought 9red apples and 6green apples. How many apples did he buy in total?A. 15B. 3C. 7D. 12

  6. 1. Mark bought 9red apples and 6green apples. How many apples did he buy in total?A. 15B. 3C. 7D. 12

  7. 1. Mark bought 9red apples and 6green apples. How many apples did he buy in total?A. 15B. 3C. 7D. 12

  8. 1. Mark bought 9red apples and 6green apples. How many apples did he buy in total?A. 15B. 3 9 redC. 7 6 greenD. 12 -----

  9. 1. Mark bought 9red apples and 6green apples. How many apples did he buy in total?A. 15B. 3 9 redC. 7 + 6 greenD. 12 ----- 15

  10. 1. Mark bought 9red apples and 6green apples. How many apples did he buy in total?A. 15B. 3 9 redC. 7 + 6 greenD. 12 ----- 15

  11. 2. Carlos had 10 apples, he gave 3 to Lina.How many apples does he have now?A. 13B. 3C. 7D. 12

  12. 2. Carlos had 10 apples, he gave 3 to Lina.How many apples does he have now?A. 13B. 3C. 7D. 12

  13. 2. Carlos had 10 apples, he gave 3 to Lina.How many apples does he have now?A. 13B. 3C. 7D. 12

  14. 2. Carlos had 10 apples, he gave 3 to Lina.How many apples does he have now?A. 13B. 3C. 7D. 12

  15. 2. Carlos had 10 apples, he gave 3 to Lina.How many apples does he have now?A. 13B. 3C. 7D. 12

  16. 2. Carlos had 10 apples, he gave 3 to Lina.How many apples does he have now?A. 13B. 3C. 7D. 12

  17. 2. Carlos had 10 apples, he gave 3 to Lina.How many apples does he have now?A. 13B. 3C. 7D. 12

  18. 2. Carlos had 10 apples, he gave 3 to Lina.How many apples does he have now?A. 13 10B. 3 3C. 7 ------D. 12

  19. 2. Carlos had 10 apples, he gave 3 to Lina.How many apples does he have now?A. 13 10B. 3 - 3C. 7 ------D. 12 7

  20. 2. Carlos had 10 apples, he gave 3 to Lina.How many apples does he have now?A. 13 10B. 3 - 3C. 7 ------D. 12 7

  21. BYE, BYE Back to Table of Contents

  22. Problem Solving is easy if you follow these steps Understand the problem

  23. Step 1 – Understand the problem • Read the problem carefully. • Find the important information. • Write down the numbers. • Identify what the problem wants you to solve. • Ask if your answer is going to be a larger or smaller number compared to what you already know.

  24. Step 1 - Understand the ProblemRead the problem carefully. • Brandon earned 14 Accelerated Reading points the first week of November. At the end of the following week he had a total of 31 points. How many points did he earn the second week?

  25. Step 1 - Understand the ProblemFind the important information. • Brandon earned 14 Accelerated Reading points the first week of November. At the end of the following week he had a total of 31 points. How many points did he earn the second week?

  26. Step 1 - Understand the ProblemWrite down the numbers. • Brandon earned 14 Accelerated Reading points the first week of November. At the end of the following week he had a total of 31 points. How many points did he earn the second week? Total = 31 1st week =14

  27. Step 1 - Understand the ProblemIdentify what the problem wants you to solve. • Brandon earned 14 Accelerated Reading points the first week of November. At the end of the following week he had a total of 31 points. How many points did he earn the second week? Total = 31 1st week =14 2nd week = ?

  28. Step 1 - Understand the ProblemAsk if your answer is going to be a larger or smaller number compared to what you already know. Total = 31 1st week =14 2nd week = ? It will be smaller than the total but may or may not be smaller than the first week.

  29. Problem Solving is easy if you follow these steps Decide how you’re going to solve the problem

  30. Step 2 - Decide how you’re going to solve the problemChoose a method Use a graph Use formulas Write an equation Make a list Find a pattern Work backwards Use reasoning Draw a picture Make a table Act it out

  31. Step 2 - Decide how you’re going to solve the problemWrite your equation Since I know both weeks total 31 I write 14 + s = 31 Total = 31 1st week =14 2nd week = ?

  32. Step 2 - Decide how you’re going to solve the problemWrite your equation I can use the inverse operation to solve for s 14 + s = 31 31 – 14 = s Total = 31 1st week =14 2nd week = ?

  33. Problem Solving is easy if you follow these steps Solve The Problem

  34. Step 3 - Solve the problem 3 1 – 1 4 Total = 31 1st week =14 2nd week = ? 2 1 1 7

  35. Problem Solving is easy if you follow these steps Look Back & Check

  36. Step 4 - Look Back & CheckReread the problem • Brandon earned 14 Accelerated Reading points the first week of November. At the end of the following week he had a total of 31 points. How many points did he earn the second week? Total = 31 1st week =14

  37. Step 4 - Look Back & CheckSubstitute your new number • Brandon earned 14 Accelerated Reading points the first week of November. At the end of the following week he had a total of 31 points. How many points did he earn the second week? Total = 31 1st week =14 2nd week = 17

  38. Step 4 - Look Back & CheckSubstitute your new number • Brandon earned 14 Accelerated Reading points the first week of November. At the end of the following week he had a total of 31 points. How many points did he earn the second week? 14 + 17 = 31

  39. Step 4 - Look Back & CheckDid your new number work? • Brandon earned 14 Accelerated Reading points the first week of November. At the end of the following week he had a total of 31 points. How many points did he earn the second week? Yes! 14 + 17 = 31

  40. Write an equation to solve this problem. • Jaylynn had $84.75 in her savings account. She made a deposit. Her new balance was $107.03. How much was her deposit? $84.75 + d = $107.03 Inverse operation $107.03 – $84.75 = d

  41. Write an equation to solve this problem. • Anthony has twice as many pokemon cards as Joshua. If Anthony has 124 cards, how many does Joshua have? 2 x d = 124 2d = 124 inverse operation d = 124/2

  42. Write an equation to solve this problem. • Vicki baked 84 cookies . If there are 12 cookies in each batch. How many batches did she bake? 12 x b = 84 12b = 84 inverse operation b = 84/12

  43. Write an equation to solve this problem. • Amy has 3 times as many CD’s as Ginny. If Amy has 36 CD’s, how many does Ginny have? 3 x c = 36 3c = 36 inverse operation c = 36/3

  44. Write an equation to solve this problem. • A square has a perimeter of 48 inches. What is the length of each side of the square. 4 x s = 48 4s = 48 inverse operation s = 48/4

  45. Write an equation to solve this problem. • One year the city ambulance responded to emergencies on 293 days. How many days were there no emergencies? 293 + d = 365 inverse operation d = 365 - 293

  46. CreditsBack to Table of Contents • Clipart from Broderbund ClickArt 125,000 Deluxe Image Pak • Clipart from Corel Gallery by Corel Corp.

  47. Problem SolvingDraw a Diagram by Monica Yuskaitis

  48. Problem Solving is easy if you follow these steps Understand the problem