Library
Public
Kindergarten
1st
2nd
3rd
4th
5th
6th
7th
8th
9th
10th
11th
12th
Higher Ed
Other
Subjects
ELA
Math
Science
Social Studies
Art
Computer Science
French
German
Music
Physical Education
Spanish
Other
starstarstarstarstarstarstarstarstarstar
by Tina Garrett
| 7 Questions
Note from the author:
Students will practice reading number stories, writing equations and solving for X.
1
1 pt
Practice Slide
2
1 pt
Ellen had 12,080 Legos, but she lost 417 Legos. How many Legos does she have now?
3
1 pt
Suppose you want to buy three loaves of bread that cost \$1.50 each and a jar of peanut butter that costs \$4.00. A jar of jelly is \$2.75, but you don't need any jelly. You have \$10.00 How much money will you have left over?
4
1 pt
You had \$1 millon, but then you spend \$999 and then spend \$22,222. How much money you have left?
5
1 pt
A company donates 936 pencils to a school. The pencils are divided evenly among 9 classrooms. How many pencils does each classroom get?
6
1 pt
Mrs. Hilt bought 15 books. She paid \$11 for each book. She later sold all 15 books for \$25 each. What is the difference between the total amount of money Mrs. Hilt sold the books for and the total amount of money she paid for the books?
7
1 pt
A scientist had a liquid that was 90 degrees F. If he needed to heat it up another 20 degrees for an experiment, what temperature was he trying to make the liquid?