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Megan Owad

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1.3.19 Word Problem

Adam poured 1 liter 460 milliliters of water into a beaker. Over three days, some of the water evaporated. On the fourth day, 979 milliliters of water remained in the beaker. How much water evaporated? Step 1: CUBE Step 2: Organize & Use what you know Step 3: Add & Subtract to find the number of each animal. Step 4: Draw a Tape diagram. Step 5: Add the "parts" (each animal) to find the total number. Step 6. RACE- write your answer in a sentence. You CAN use a calculator, but SHOW what you did. Example: 15+18= 33 You don't have to show how you regrouped, but you do have to show that you added 15+18 to get the answer. ::Required:: Hand written on paper - NOT done on the computer USE CUBE & RACE TO EXPLAIN YOUR WORK You must UPLOAD a picture of your work (like my example) *Unless stated in an IEP* Points: 10

4th Grade, Math
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