Students place coordinates to help find the total distance of fencing for a cat farm.
Students find the area of a piece of farmland based on a grid and coordinate points and use that information to determine how much property tax the owner should be paying.
Students determine how many friends Jane can make celery sticks with peanut butter for.
Students determine how many packages of twelve crayon boxes the class needs for a year.
Given 84 seeds, students determine how to put the same number of seeds in each pot.
Given a number of boxes put in a truck, students determine how many more boxes need to be put in the truck.
Students determine if two boys have the same amount of apples and oranges.
Students determine if Ben and Jill have the same amount of ladybugs and crickets in their jars.
Students determine how many more dinosaur books are needed for a total of ten books.
Students determine how many more pictures need to be drawn, when given a number of animal pictures.
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