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  1. anonymous
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    Which explanation best describes how to solve this problem? Tanya used 170 gold stars and 140 silver stars to decorate 10 cards. She put the same number of stars on each card. How many stars did Tanya put on each card? A. Add 170 and 140 together and subtract 10. B. Add 170 and 140 together and divide by 10. C. Divide 170 by 10 and add 140. D. Divide 140 by 10 and add 170.

  2. Here_to_Help15
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    Ok first lets add 170 and 140 together.

  3. Here_to_Help15
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    Which will sum up all the stars, next it says she decorated 10 cards with those 310 stars

  4. Here_to_Help15
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    Now we will divide those 310 stars and the 10 cards to get?

  5. anonymous
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    ok

  6. Here_to_Help15
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    (The amount of stars placed on each card)=

  7. anonymous
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    is the answer c

  8. anonymous
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    r u sure

  9. Here_to_Help15
    • one year ago
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    ;) Didnt i just explain this too you?

  10. anonymous
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    yes u did just double checking

  11. Here_to_Help15
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    Ok

  12. anonymous
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    i have another one but dont give me the direct answer

  13. Here_to_Help15
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    -.-

  14. sweetburger
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    LOL

  15. anonymous
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    whats funny

  16. Here_to_Help15
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    Nothing -.-

  17. sweetburger
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    ^^

  18. anonymous
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    Which strategy would not correctly solve this story problem? It took Dennis twice as long to walk to the park as it did to walk to the store. He walked to the store in 15 minutes. He spent 5 more minutes walking to the library than to the store. How much time did Dennis spend walking? A. Work backward. Start with 5 minutes and add it to 15. Then add 15 more minutes to the sum to find the total time Dennis walked. B. Use logical reasoning. Dennis walked for 2 periods of 15 minutes, another period of 15 minutes, and 1 more period of 15 minutes plus 5 more minutes. So Dennis walked for 4 × 15 minutes plus 5 more minutes. C. Translate into an equation. 2 × 15 + 15 + 5 + 15 = m D. Draw a diagram. Draw 2 lines and write 15 min above each line. Draw another line and write 15 min above it. Draw another line and write 15 + 5 above it. Add up all the amounts above the lines to find the total time Dennis walked.

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