# Odd/Even

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

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.

Given 84 seeds, students determine how to put the same number of seeds in each pot.

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

Given twenty goldfish and four fish tanks, students determine if there is an odd or even number of fish in each tank.

Students determine if Amy will get the same total of pom-poms whether she buys packages of four pompoms or packages of seven pompoms.

Students determine how many pink shells Kim found on the beach.