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## Leveled Problem Solving Grade 4

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**Leveled Problem SolvingGrade 4**Think Math! Chapters 12-15**Chapter 12 Lesson 1**• On Wednesday, the temperature was 9 degrees colder than on Tuesday. What was the temperature on Wednesday? Explain. • On Wednesday, the temperature was -9° Celsius. Which of the three days was the coldest? Explain. • On Wednesday, the temperature was -9°, and on Thursday, it was -3°. Which of the four days was the coldest? Explain.**Chapter 12 Lesson 2**• Where is she now? Explain. • Then she jumps back another 2 spaces. Where is she now? Explain. • Then she jumps back another 2 spaces and forward 12 spaces. Where is she now? Explain.**Chapter 12 Lesson 3**• How many blocks is it from Leo’s home to the bank? Explain. • How many blocks is it from Leo’s home to the school? Explain. • How many blocks is it from the school to the bank? Explain.**Chapter 12 Lesson 4**• What figure does she draw? Explain. • She wants to change the length of AB so that it is the same length as BC. Will she shorten or lengthen AB? Explain. • Of points (0,0), and (1,1), and (1, -6), which is on a side of the triangle? Explain.**Chapter 12 Lesson 5**• He moves point S left to make Q and S the same distance from R. Where is S now? Explain. • He moves point Q up to make Q and S the same distance from R. Where is Q now? Explain. • Where does Gil place point T to complete a rectangle? Explain.**Chapter 12 Lesson 6**• Then she slides the points according to the rule (x, y-2). Where does (3,5) move? Explain. • Then she slides the points according to the rule (x + 6,y). Where does (4,1) move? Explain. • Then she moves the points according to the rule (x + 3, y – 1). Where are the points? Explain.**Chapter 12 Lesson 7**• What is the value of y when x = 0? Explain. • What is the value of y when x = 4? Explain. • What is the value of y when x = -8? Explain.**Chapter 13 Lesson 1**• How many cartons do they use? Explain. • After packing 10 cartons, how many more cartons do they need? Explain. • Can the packers take a break after exactly half the cartons are full?**Chapter 13 Lesson 2**• How many veggie burgers are in the packages Jessie has? Explain. • If all the veggie burgers are eaten, how many are eaten? Explain. • Ravi’s package is not used. How many veggie burgers are used?**Chapter 13 Lesson 3**• How many cartons does he sell in all? Explain. • After Jai sells the first 7 cartons, how many cartons are left? Explain. • He sells all of 3 cartons and then all of 2 more cartons. How many cartons are left? Explain.**Chapter 13 Lesson 4**• After unpacking 10 cartons how many sweaters are left to unpack? Explain. • The clerks unpack 20 cartons, take a break, and then unpack 10 more cartons. How many sweaters are left to unpack? Explain. • There are 6 cartons left after 3 clerks each unpack the same number of cartons. How many does each clerk unpack? Explain.**Chapter 13 Lesson 5**• After they use their tickets on 10 rides, how many tickets will they have left? Explain. • They use tickets for 20 rides. Then they use what is left for another 10 rides. How many tickets are left? Explain. • After they use tickets for 40 rides, how many rides can they still go on? Explain.**Chapter 13 Lesson 6**• David’s first estimate of the number beads in each box is 400. Is that a good choice? Explain. • What is the greatest number of hundreds that makes sense as a first estimate of the number of beads in each box? Explain. • After estimating 300 as the number of beads in each box, Janette’s next estimate is the greatest multiple of 10 that makes sense. What is it? Explain.**Chapter 14 Lesson 1**• What is the missing number? Explain. • What is the next number in the pattern? Explain • What would be the fifteenth number in the pattern? Explain.**Chapter 14 Lesson 2**• After he gives the bags to Jun, how many bags does Kevin have? Explain. • How many bags does Kevin have left? Explain. • How many marbles are in each bag if Jun gets 36 more marbles than Sam? Explain.**Chapter 14 Lesson 3**• What is an expression for the total number of cookies they both bring? Explain. • If Terrel brings 18 cookies, how many cookies do Geneva and Terrel bring altogether? Explain. • Eight guests each eat 3 cookies, leaving 6. How many cookies did Terrel Bring? Explain.**Chapter 14 Lesson 4**• How much did Jack earn by working after school? Explain. • How much did Jack earn an hour when he worked after school? Explain. • What equation describes Jack’s work? Explain.**Chapter 14 Lesson 5**• If the area of the smaller bedroom is 120 square feet, what could be the dimensions of the larger bedroom? Explain. • The larger bedroom is a square. The area of the smaller bedroom is 168 square feet. What are the dimensions of the larger bedroom? Explain. • The larger bedroom is a square. The smaller bedroom is 14 feet by 16 feet. What are the dimensions of the larger bedroom? Explain.**Chapter 14 Lesson 6**• What are the dimensions of the square? Explain. • The area of the rectangle is 1 square foot less than the area of the square. What are its dimensions? Explain. • The area of the rectangle is 1 square foot less than the area of the square. What is the perimeter of the rectangle? Explain.**Chapter 15 Lesson 1**• About how much does she pay for the stickers in all? Explain. • Each package has 32 stickers. About how many stickers are there in all? Explain. • Ms. Thomas has $60 to pay for the stickers. Does she have enough?**Chapter 15 Lesson 2**• The top of the box is a rectangle 9 cm by 12 cm. Are 100 tiles enough? Explain. • The top of the box is a rectangle 8 ½ cm by 13 cm. Are 100 tiles enough? Explain. • The top of the box is a rectangle 7 ½ cm by 12 ½ cm. Are 100 tiles enough? Explain.**Chapter 15 Lesson 3**• If the drawing is 9 inches long, what is the total length of the three classrooms? Explain. • Each room is 20 feet wide. How wide are the rooms in the drawing? Explain. • Each room is 24 feet long and 20 feet wide. What is the perimeter of the rooms on the drawing? Explain.**Chapter 15 Lesson 4**• Could you measure 4 quarts? Explain. • Could you measure 3 quarts? Explain. • Could you measure 1 quart? Explain.**Chapter 15 Lesson 5**• Who brought the greater volume of soft drink to the picnic? Explain. • The six-1quart bottles were used to fill drinking cups that each held 1 cup. How many cups could be filled? Explain. • The 1-liter bottles filled cups that each held ¼ liter. Which held more, a 1-cupdrinking cup or a ¼ liter drinking cup? Explain.**Chapter 15 Lesson 6**• Can he make a 15-lb weight? Explain. • Can he make a 2-lb weight? Explain. • Can he make a 9=lb weight? Explain.**Chapter 15 Lesson 7**• If Paulo weighs 95 pounds, how much does the backpack filled with books weigh? Explain. • If Paulo weighs 95 pounds, about how many kilograms does the backpack weigh? Explain. • If Paulo weighs 95 pounds, about how many grams does the backpack weigh? Explain.**Chapter 15 Lesson 8**• What is the weight of each bag in kilograms? Explain. • Write an equation with a variable that describes what is on the scale. Explain. • Dana takes 1 bag off the scale. Write an inequality to explain what the scale shows now. Explain.