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# News from Mathnasium of Coral Springs / Parkland

### Problem of the Week 08-22-16

Aug 25, 2016

Lower Elementary: 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? Answer:  6 cheese cracker Solution:  Half of 24 is 12, so Babs will hav...

### Problem of the Week 08-15-16

Aug 16, 2016

Lower Elementary: Question: The South Korean handball team scored 28 points against the Swedish handball team. The Swedish team won by 3 points. How many points did the Swedish team score in total? Answer:  31 points Solution:  If the Swedish t...

### Problem of the Week 06-27-16

Jun 29, 2016

Lower Elementary: Question: There are 30 rows of passenger seats on an airplane. The seats in each row are labeled A, B, C, D, and E. How many passengers can the plane hold? Answer:  150 passengers Solution:  If there are 30 rows of seats and t...

### Problem of the Week 06-06-16

Jun 7, 2016

Lower Elementary: Question: A clown makes 10 balloon giraffes, 16 balloon poodles, 5 balloon monkeys, and a balloon octopus. How many balloon animals does the clown make? Answer:  32 Solution:  Let’s add the animals together, one species at a t...

### Problem of the Week 05-31-16

May 31, 2016

Lower Elementary: Question: Perry has \$20.00. He spends \$2.75 on breakfast, \$10.00 on lunch, and \$6.45 on dinner. How much money does he have left? Answer:  80¢ Solution:  Perry starts with \$20.00, then spends \$2.75, so he has \$20.00 – \$2.75 = ...

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