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A word problem can be easier to solve when its broken down into pieces. This chart can help.

1. Write down your word problem in the top box. You may want to highlight numbers and key words.

2. In the second box, write down what you know from the information provided in the problem.

3. In the bottom left box, write what you need to find and how to find it.

4. In the bottom right boxes, solve and check your answer.

Alex has a $100 gift card he can use to buy video games. He wants two games

that cost $25.95 each. He wants another game that costs $45.00. Does he have

enough money on his gift card to buy all three games?

2 games = $25.95 each

1 additional game = $45.00

He wants to buy all three games

How will you find it? 1 1 1

25.95 51.90

Cost of all three games 2 + 45.00

51.90 $96.90

2 $25.95

1 $45.00 } Add for

total

Yes, its enough.

Is it enough?

= Difference

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Name: Date:

A word problem can be easier to solve when its broken down into pieces. This chart can help.

1. Write down your word problem in the top box. You may want to highlight numbers and key words.

2. In the second box, write down what you know from the information provided in the problem.

3. In the bottom left box, write what you need to find and how to find it.

4. In the bottom right boxes, solve and check your answer.

Sara wants to build a triangle-shaped box to fit in the corner of a square room.

The sides of the box that touch the wall are 1.5 ft. and 2 ft. long.

How long is the third side?

The two legs are 1.5 ft. and 2 ft. 1.5 ?

The hypotenuse (third leg) is missing.

2

How will you find it?

a2 + b2 = c2 6.25 = c2

The length of the 1.52 + 22 = c2

hypotenuse

2.25 + 4 = c2 2.5 = c

Use the Pythagorean

theorem 6.25 = c2

1.52 + 22 = 2.52

a c

2.25 + 4 = 6.25

6.25 = 6.25

b

understood.org

Name: Date:

A word problem can be easier to solve when its broken down into pieces. This chart can help.

1. Write down your word problem in the top box. You may want to highlight numbers and key words.

2. In the second box, write down what you know from the information provided in the problem.

3. In the bottom left box, write what you need to find and how to find it.

4. In the bottom right boxes, solve and check your answer.

How will you find it?

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