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  1. anonymous
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    I'm here

  2. anonymous
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    Which strategy would not correctly solve this story problem? Madison washed dishes twice as long as she vacuumed the floors. She washed her dog for 20 minutes more than she vacuumed. She vacuumed the floors for 40 minutes. How many minutes did Madison spend on chores? A. Work backward. Madison worked for 40 min and then worked 40 + 20 min (60). Then she worked 2 × 40 min (80). Add up 40 + 60 + 80 to get the total time Madison worked. B. Draw a diagram. First draw 4 dots (each dot represents 10) for the time Madison vacuumed. Draw 2 groups of 4 for the time she washed dishes. Draw 4 dots and add 2 more for the time she washed her dog. Add up all the dots and multiply by 10 to find the total time spent on chores. C. Use logical reasoning. Madison worked for 1 period of 40 min vacuuming and for 2 periods of 40 min washing dishes. She worked 1 more period of 40 min plus 20 more min. That's 4 × 40 min + 20 min. D. Translate into an equation. 40 + 40 + 40 + 20 = m

  3. anonymous
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    A would work

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    Which strategies can be used to solve this problem? The population of Grayville is 2,345 people. Rosetown has 1,123 fewer people than Grayville. Newtown has 1,020 more people than Rosetown. How many people live in Newtown? Choose all answers that are correct. A. Translate into an equation. 2,345 – 1,123 + 1,020 = p B. Work backward. Add 1,020 to the population of Rosetown (1,123). Subtract this from the population of Grayville (2,345). C. Use logical reasoning. Start with the population you already know (Grayville = 2,345). Subtract Rosetown's 1,123 fewer people than Grayville. Add 1,020 to this amount because Newtown has 1,020 more people than Rosetown. D. Draw a diagram. Draw 3 large squares. Write 2,345 in the first circle and write 1,123 in the second circle. Add the 2 amounts and subtract 1,020 from the sum. Write this amount in the third circle. choose all that applys

  5. anonymous
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    for the last problem A wasnt the answer

  6. anonymous
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    then what was it

  7. anonymous
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    D

  8. anonymous
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    u can do the question i just sent u

  9. anonymous
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    A B and C would work

  10. anonymous
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    ready 4 another 1

  11. anonymous
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    yep

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    Just do 8 + 2 and thats your answer

  14. anonymous
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    10

  15. anonymous
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    Yep :)

  16. anonymous
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    i ahve another 1

  17. anonymous
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    ok

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    Which statements about the pattern are true? Rule: Multiply by 2. 3, 6, 12, 24, . . . Choose all answers that are correct. A. Every term is exactly 3 more than the previous term. B. Every term is an even number. C. Every term is a multiple of 3. D. Every term is greater than the previous term. choose all that applys

  19. anonymous
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    What do you think?

  20. anonymous
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    umm a d and c what about u

  21. anonymous
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    Its only D.

  22. anonymous
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    :)

  23. anonymous
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    I'm so sorry but my mom just told me i have to install a fan........ ill be back later today like 30 - 40 mins if you still want my help then

  24. anonymous
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    ok ttyl

  25. anonymous
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    Ok :)

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    k later

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    later

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