September 9th is International Sudoku Day, and we want to help you celebrate right with fun and challenging Sudoku activities! These puzzles are perfect for a family game night, for keeping busy in the car or waiting room, or for math tutoring purposes.
Rrrribit! Hey math students and math tutors, we have a math problem that is so great it will have you jumping for joy! Math is fun when you can look at a problem from all angles and use your critical thinking skills to figure out the solution.
Practice your elementary math skills such as fractions, distance, multiplication and division with this toad-ally amazing word problem challenge! Take a look at the question and see if you can figure it out. We know you can!
Question: A frog croaks 1 time when a storm is 1 mile (5,280 feet) away. When the storm is half of a mile away, the frog croaks 2 times. When the storm is one-third of a mile away, the frog croaks 3 times. How many feet away is the storm when the frog croaks 5 times?
Take your time working it out, and when you're ready look below to check your solution against ours!
Solution: If the pattern continues, then the frog will croak 4 times when the storm is one-fourth of a mile away and 5 times when the storm is one-fifth of a mile away. Since a mile is 5,280 feet, one fifth of a mile is 5,280 ÷ 5 = 1,056 feet.
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Bring the math learning center into your own home when you give this math problem a try. Practice elementary level math skills such as fractions, subtraction and division with this word problem challenge. We know you can do it!
Question: Babs has a handful of 24 cheese crackers. If she eats half of them, then eats half of what’s left, how many cheese crackers will Babs have left?
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Solution: Half of 24 is 12, so Babs will have 12 crackers left after she eats half of them. Half of 12 is 6, so she will have 6 crackers left after she eats half of half the cheese crackers.
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