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anonymous
 one year ago
A student solved this problem by working backward.
Janice went shopping with her mom and at the end of the day she had $59.50 left over. She spent $13.65 on a Tshirt, $22.99 on some new sandals, and $40.75 on a new skirt.
How much money did Janice have at the beginning?
Student's solution  Janice had $59.50 left. Add up all the amounts she spent ($13.65 + $22.99 + $40.75) and add to the amount she has left over ($77.39 + $59.50). So Janice had $136.89 to begin with.
Solve this problem.
Dale was fixing his fence. At the end of the day, he had 12.5 f
anonymous
 one year ago
A student solved this problem by working backward. Janice went shopping with her mom and at the end of the day she had $59.50 left over. She spent $13.65 on a Tshirt, $22.99 on some new sandals, and $40.75 on a new skirt. How much money did Janice have at the beginning? Student's solution  Janice had $59.50 left. Add up all the amounts she spent ($13.65 + $22.99 + $40.75) and add to the amount she has left over ($77.39 + $59.50). So Janice had $136.89 to begin with. Solve this problem. Dale was fixing his fence. At the end of the day, he had 12.5 f

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anonymous
 one year ago
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anonymous
 one year ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0ok now to question plz

anonymous
 one year ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0ok i can help u cuz im in 7th
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