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Word Problem Wednesday: Four Friends Sitting In A Row

Nov 13, 2017

Four friends are sitting together in a row and one friend says to the other-- Get out your pencils and paper Mathletes, because this week we have a fun logic puzzle for you that might require some note-taking to solve!  We love logic puzzles, a...

Math Problem Monday - Nov 13th, 2017 | Mathnasium Livermore, CA

Nov 13, 2017

Lower Elementary Question: Olivia bought four bags of chips that cost $1.50 each. If she buys three drinks for the same amount of money, how much does each drink cost? Answer: $2.00 Note:  The sodas each cost the same amount. The total for 4 ba...

Math Problem Monday - Nov 6th, 2017 | Mathnasium Livermore, CA

Nov 6, 2017

Lower Elementary Question: During summer break Richard read half as many books as Brian. Together they read 24 books.  How many books did Brian read? Answer: 16 books Note:  The problem can be solved using the guess and check method. Upper E...

Math Problem Monday - Oct 30th, 2017 | Mathnasium Livermore, CA

Oct 30, 2017

Lower Elementary Question: Aaron, Paul, and Bethany went fishing. Aaron caught 2 fish, Paul caught 3 fish, and Bethany caught twice as many fish as Paul. Altogether, how many fish did they catch? Answer: 11 fish Note: Bethany caught twice as ma...

Math Problem Monday - Oct 23rd, 2017 | Mathnasium Livermore, CA

Oct 23, 2017

Lower Elementary Question: The 30 students in Mrs. Jackson’s class are going to the zoo. They will ride in vans that each hold 9 students. How many vans are needed to take the students to the zoo? Answer: 4 vans Note: They need 3 vans to take 2...

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