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  1. YoungStudier
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    Ello

  2. anonymous
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    here

  3. YoungStudier
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    Question?

  4. anonymous
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    Which strategy would not correctly solve this story problem? Dora ran for 3 times as long as she walked. She walked for 10 minutes more than she rode her bike. She walked for 30 minutes. How many minutes did Dora exercise altogether? A. Draw a diagram. First draw 3 dots (each dot represents 10 minutes) for how many minutes she walked. Draw 2 dots to represent the 20 minutes she rode her bike. Draw 9 dots for the three times as many minutes spent running. Count the dots and multiply by 10. B. Work backward. She walked for 30 minutes, she walked for 10 minutes more than she rode her bike, so subtract 10 from 30. She ran 3 times as long as she walked so multiply by 3. C. Use logical reasoning. Dora walked for 30 minutes and ran for 3 times as long as she walked so she must have run for 90 minutes. Dora walked for 10 minutes more than she rode her bike, so subtract 10 from 30 to get 20. Then add 20 + 30 + 90 to figure out how many minutes Dora exercised. D. Translate into an equation. (3 × 30) + (30 – 10) + 30 = m

  5. YoungStudier
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    What's your best guess?

  6. YoungStudier
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    @maddie002

  7. YoungStudier
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    I have to go soon please answer

  8. anonymous
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    umm D

  9. YoungStudier
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    I'm honestly not quite sure what the answer is but I was thinking more of C. It's up to you though.

  10. anonymous
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    ok last oen

  11. YoungStudier
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    righto

  12. YoungStudier
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    I got this handled guys

  13. anonymous
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    Which strategies can be used to solve this problem? A new company sold 4,284 pairs of boots in its first year, 3,726 pairs in its second year, and 2,125 pairs in its third year. How many more pairs did the company sell in the second and third year together than in its first year? Choose all answers that are correct. A. Work backward. Add the amount of pairs sold in the second and third year together. Then subtract this amount from the pairs sold in the first year (4,284). B. Draw a diagram. Draw 3 circles and write the number of pairs sold for each year. Cross out the circle with 4,284 in it. Circle the other 2 circles and add up the amounts in the circles. C. Use logical reasoning. Combine the number of pairs sold in the second and third years (3,726 + 2,125). Then subtract the pairs sold in the first year (4,284) from the sum. D. Translate into an equation. (3,726 + 2,125) – 4,284 = p

  14. anonymous
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    choose all that applys

  15. YoungStudier
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    Which do u think?

  16. anonymous
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    i think is a c and d

  17. YoungStudier
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    Yes.

  18. YoungStudier
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    Medal please?

  19. anonymous
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    is that the right answerd

  20. YoungStudier
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    I believe so

  21. YoungStudier
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    @maddie002

  22. anonymous
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    yes

  23. YoungStudier
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    could I have a medal perhaps?

  24. anonymous
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    ready 4 the next 1

  25. YoungStudier
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    yeppers

  26. anonymous
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  27. YoungStudier
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    what do u think the answer is?

  28. anonymous
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    i odnt kow what do u think

  29. YoungStudier
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    well there is 9 dots and the instructions says to multiply by 3 to find out how many dots are going to be in the next thing so do 9*3=?

  30. anonymous
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    27

  31. YoungStudier
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    Correct. That's ur answer

  32. YoungStudier
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    Is that it?

  33. anonymous
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    last one promise

  34. YoungStudier
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    Alright... go ahead

  35. anonymous
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    Which statements about the pattern are true? Rule: Add 50. 2, 52, 102, 152, . . . Choose all answers that are correct. A. Every term has the same digit in the ones place. B. Every term has the same digit in the tens place. C. Every term is an even number. D. Every term is double the previous term. choose all that applys

  36. anonymous
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    i dont know this u

  37. YoungStudier
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    I get it, what's ur best two guesses?

  38. anonymous
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    A and D what do u think

  39. YoungStudier
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    no, A is correct but not D

  40. anonymous
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    no direct answer lol

  41. YoungStudier
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    So it is A and what other choice?

  42. texaschic101
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    I am not a mod...its cool

  43. anonymous
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    oh

  44. anonymous
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    so and and C

  45. YoungStudier
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    Yes, it's A & C

  46. texaschic101
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    I agree ^^

  47. anonymous
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    i dont want to take up ur time

  48. YoungStudier
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    I have to go

  49. anonymous
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    k thank u soo omuch

  50. YoungStudier
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    no prob

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