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- YoungStudier

Righto

- anonymous

Which question is being asked in this story problem?
Timmy collects dinosaur action figures. His uncle gave him 3 dinosaurs for his birthday. Each dinosaur has 6 claws. Timmy's brother gave him 1 more dinosaur than his uncle did.
How many dinosaur action figures did Timmy's brother give him?
A.
What is the total number of claws on Timmy's dinosaurs?
B.
How many claws were on the dinosaurs Timmy got from his uncle?
C.
What is the total number of dinosaurs Timmy got from his brother?
D.
How many dinosaur action figures does Timmy's brother have?

- YoungStudier

@Durply, I have a handle on this, I can tag you if I need another opinion ^_^

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- Durply

ok

- YoungStudier

- YoungStudier

what do you think the answer is?

- anonymous

here

- YoungStudier

whatcha think the answer is?

- anonymous

i got C

- anonymous

i dont know if that right

- YoungStudier

I believe that's correct

- anonymous

i have another to check ready

- YoungStudier

yep

- YoungStudier

what doth it be?

- anonymous

what do u mean

- YoungStudier

- YoungStudier

what's the next question?

- anonymous

i am here

- anonymous

Which numbers are necessary to solve this problem?
Franklin brought 4 jump ropes to the park. Each jump rope can be used by 3 people at a time. Fifteen friends came to the park to jump rope.
How many friends could play jump rope if all of Franklin's ropes were being used?
A.
4 jump ropes, 3 people
B.
3 people, 15 friends
C.
4 jump ropes, 15 friends
D.
4 jump ropes, 3 people, 15 friends

- anonymous

i got D but i dont think that right it could be but i dont know

- YoungStudier

That's correct, you need the information in suggestion D in order to solve the problem

- anonymous

k i hve another one do u mind helping me

- YoungStudier

Nope, go ahead

- anonymous

Which information is not necessary to solve this problem?
Belinda works for 6 hours a day. She is paid after every 4 days of work. She has been working at her job for 32 days. She makes $280 each pay check.
How much has Belinda earned?
A.
Belinda makes $280 each pay check.
B.
Belinda has be working at her job for 32 days.
C.
Belinda is paid after 4 days of work.
D.
Belinda works 6 hours each day.

- YoungStudier

which do you think it is?

- anonymous

i got A but i think that wrong

- YoungStudier

A is not correct

- anonymous

ohh

- YoungStudier

Nowhere in the question does it say that she earns money for how many hours she worked, what do you think the answer is now?

- anonymous

so the answer is D

- YoungStudier

Yes, I believe so

- YoungStudier

- anonymous

here

- YoungStudier

are you still there?

- anonymous

yes

- YoungStudier

ok

- anonymous

Which set of steps could be used to solve this story problem?
A bakery made 5 loaves of raisin bread a day for 5 days. Then it made 3 loaves of raisin bread a day for 2 days. The bakery also made 4 dozen bagels.
How many loaves of raisin bread did the bakery make?
Which steps could be used to solve this story problem?
A.
Add 5 and 3. Multiply the sum by 5.
B.
Add 5 and 3. Multiply the sum by 2.
C.
Multiply 5 times 5. Multiply 3 times 2. Add the two products.
D.
Multiply 5 times 5. Multiply 3 times 2. Add the products and then add 4.

- YoungStudier

wait, hold on

- YoungStudier

that was weird, I did not type the first one....

- anonymous

maybe a ghost

- YoungStudier

OP gliched is all

- YoungStudier

What do u think the answer is?

- anonymous

umm i think it B

- YoungStudier

no, try again

- anonymous

umm C

- YoungStudier

yes

- YoungStudier

I believe so

- anonymous

gonn atag u again 4 help if u dont mind

- YoungStudier

ok, open a new question though

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