# Diagram/Key

Students use inequality symbols to compare the home town populations of three teams and round population numbers to the nearest hundreds place to determine which team has the greatest combined rounded population.

Students determine how many baseballs, bats, mitts and helmets need to be distributed to two dozen sporting goods stores in time for baseball season.

Students determine the number of cartons of Popsicles the Franklin School needs for its 950 students.

Students determine which calling plan is the most cost effective for Sarah to keep in touch with her friends from soccer camp.

Given scientific data that shows how much two bamboo plants have grown over seven days, student make observations and record their thinking using equality and inequality symbols.

Students round the weights of 12 football players to the nearest hundred and the nearest tenth to determine if they will earn a dinner at Pete's Restaurant.

Given a number of jelly beans in a bowl, students determine how to share the jelly beans among three friends equally.

Students determine if four children can share the money in Grandfather's wallet equally.

Students determine how many pencils Mrs. P will need to order for next year's class.

Rounding to the nearest 10, students determine how many insects are let go from glass jars.