mr. mcmahan was checking a second graders "circles and stars" book when he noticed something was missing. the book had the circles drawn, but the stars were missing. if there were 6 circles drawn, and there were supposed to be a total of 24 stars, how many stars should be in each circle?
i am having the hardest time coming up with a story problem for the blog, and i need your help. come up with a story problem for me and solve the problem. here is what your problem needs: + 3 different 2 digit numbers (example, 43, 67, 25) + your problem needs addition with regrouping + when you solve the problem, i want you to break apart the numbers by place value just like we have done in the math lab.
sally and bob measured how far their paper airplane flew down the hallway. Sally says the plane traveled 5 yards. however bob argued with sally and said the paper airplane traveled 15 feet. who do you think is correct? why?
Using the tally table, Mr. McMahan started creating a picture graph about the sports children like. Help him finish creating the graph by answering the following questions:
1.) How many happy faces are needed for Soccer? 2.) How many happy faces are needed for Baseball? 3.) How many children like baseball and soccer? 4.) How many children took the survey? 5.) come up with your own question to ask about the graph.
Place Value Pete is made up of base 10 blocks. First, figure out what number Pete's base 10 blocks make altogether. Second, show me how strong you are by stretching that number out in expanded form. As always, don't forget your name and your teacher's name.
Try to solve each problem by clicking on "comments" for your chance at earning a prize. Be sure to write your first and last name and click on submit for me to approve your answer.