tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-7438413257321996925.post481528421176036022..comments2021-10-20T00:44:29.938-07:00Comments on 202 Knows All: Decimals Surround UsKim Lynchhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/12540715969299104342noreply@blogger.comBlogger24125tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-7438413257321996925.post-80750091383939035792017-01-03T17:07:55.008-08:002017-01-03T17:07:55.008-08:00Vincent has 179 marbles and wants to split them ev...Vincent has 179 marbles and wants to split them evenly into 8 boxes. About how many marbles will be in each box? You can round 179 to 170 and 8 to 10. The real answer would be 179 divided by 8 = 22 R3.<br />It is a remainder 3 because 3 of the left over marbles are not needed.<br />vincentz9990https://www.blogger.com/profile/04333824191909501230noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-7438413257321996925.post-46826733075728561352016-12-21T07:54:30.228-08:002016-12-21T07:54:30.228-08:00Alec had 1 room that was 9.5 ft. by 10.5 ft. There...Alec had 1 room that was 9.5 ft. by 10.5 ft. There was 4 other rooms that were 6.4 ft. by 7.8 ft.The walls are being painted for each room. Write an equation to show the problem that needs to be solved, use a variable that helps tell the story. Explain your variable. How much wall space needs to be painted?<br /><br /><br />(9.5 x 10.5 +4 (6.4 x 7.8) = s<br />s= square ft. of wall space to be painted<br />(9.5 x 10.5) + 4 (6.4 x 7.8) = s<br />99.75 + 4(49.92) = s<br />99.75 + 199.68 = s<br />299.43 = s<br />299.43 = sq. ft. of wall space to be painted<br />aleczanderf2600https://www.blogger.com/profile/14849916265278280964noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-7438413257321996925.post-16374986447173902472016-12-19T14:26:53.792-08:002016-12-19T14:26:53.792-08:00By Grace
Mike is redoing carpet in a 3.48 ft. b...By Grace <br /><br />Mike is redoing carpet in a 3.48 ft. by 5.61 ft. room. He is also reflooring 2 rooms which are 4.65 ft. by 7.33 ft. Write an equation to find how much flooring he needs. Use a variable and explain it. How much flooring does Mike need? <br /><br />(3.48*5.61)+2(4.65*7.3)=s<br />S= square feet of flooring <br /><br />(3.48*5.61)+2(4.65*7.3=s<br />19.5228+ 2 (34.0845)=s<br />19.5228+ 68.169=s<br />87.6918=s<br />87.6918 square feet of flooring. - Grace gracem6130https://www.blogger.com/profile/05418161539802681912noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-7438413257321996925.post-67856506953114631712016-12-19T12:17:39.468-08:002016-12-19T12:17:39.468-08:00Made by Andrew Saliba
Andrew is making two rooms ...Made by Andrew Saliba<br /><br />Andrew is making two rooms in his house. The first room is 6.3 feet by 3.8 feet. The other room is 2.5 feet by 4.2 feet. What is the sum of both of the areas of both rooms. <br /><br />Answer: 34.44 feet<br /><br />I did (6.3 . 3.8)+(2.5 . 4.2)=34.44 feetandrews8370https://www.blogger.com/profile/02659330926768833410noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-7438413257321996925.post-15367585129539620672016-12-19T12:01:25.347-08:002016-12-19T12:01:25.347-08:00Evan has 12.9 pounds of apples 13.5 pounds of peac...Evan has 12.9 pounds of apples 13.5 pounds of peaches she also has 8.9 pound of grapes. each pound is .99 cents how much dollars did Evan spend?<br /><br />(12.9x.99)+(13.5x.99)0+(8.9x.99)=34.947evanj4660https://www.blogger.com/profile/08292102825807357092noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-7438413257321996925.post-23597595613327334002016-12-19T10:51:11.103-08:002016-12-19T10:51:11.103-08:00
Keshob made four fences, one fence was 9.4 by 3...<br /><br /><br />Keshob made four fences, one fence was 9.4 by 3.7, the other fences were 5.4 by 6.3 how much area is in all of the fences use a variable for the the answer. The answer is 136.84 <br /><br />(9.4 x 3.7 = (34.78 = a)<br /><br />a = area of fence<br /><br />(5.4 x 6.3 = (34.02 = a)<br /><br />(34.02 x 3 = (102.06 = a)<br /><br />102.06 or a is the area of the other three fences<br /><br />34.78 or a is the area of the first fence <br /><br />So do 102.06 + 34.78 = a<br /><br />BY KESHOB<br />keshobm5940https://www.blogger.com/profile/00048399885389598389noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-7438413257321996925.post-22575501037326856262016-12-19T08:25:35.975-08:002016-12-19T08:25:35.975-08:00This comment has been removed by the author.keshobm5940https://www.blogger.com/profile/00048399885389598389noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-7438413257321996925.post-49317893414600436382016-12-19T08:15:55.006-08:002016-12-19T08:15:55.006-08:00Avi
Lebron James is helping make basketball court ...Avi<br />Lebron James is helping make basketball court for charity, he is doing the floors. The basketball court is planned to be 50 feet by 35 ft. He also has to help with one of the walls which is 40.5 feet by 50 feet. How much does he have to help with?<br /><br />(35x50)+(40.5x50)=f<br /><br />I choose f as my variable because the word feet starts with an f.Anonymousnoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-7438413257321996925.post-86428601711934852252016-12-16T15:33:04.319-08:002016-12-16T15:33:04.319-08:00Matthew has 2 rooms that are 10.3 feet by 5 feet a...Matthew has 2 rooms that are 10.3 feet by 5 feet and another 3 rooms that are 6 feet by 12.3 feet. What is the total area of all rooms in square feet?<br /><br />10.3*5=51.5<br />51.5*2=103<br /><br />6*12.3=73.8<br />73.8*3=221.4<br /><br />221.4+103=324.4 so the total area of the rooms is 324.4 square feetmatthewm5981https://www.blogger.com/profile/05340506027481352642noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-7438413257321996925.post-45903605845373123872016-12-15T13:53:27.989-08:002016-12-15T13:53:27.989-08:00Dillan needs sod for landscaping. He has one yard ...Dillan needs sod for landscaping. He has one yard 56.7 x 40.4 sq ft., another 36.9 x 25.3 sq ft., third one one is 45.8 x 25.5 sq ft. The amount of sod is determined by finding the area of all three yards. Write an equation to show the problem that needs to be solved, use a variable that helps tell the story. Explain your variable. How much flooring does he need?<br /><br /><br />(56.7 * $40.4) + (36.9 * 25.3) + (45.8 * 25.5) = s <br /><br />2290.68 933.57 1167.9<br /><br />2290.68 + 933.57 + 1167.9 = 4392.15<br /><br />4392.15 = s<br /><br />dillanhttps://www.blogger.com/profile/01454245627761130809noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-7438413257321996925.post-78033618767900985762016-12-15T13:13:53.917-08:002016-12-15T13:13:53.917-08:00Reagan needs to redo her carpet. She needs to red...Reagan needs to redo her carpet. She needs to redo 3 rooms with new carpeting. One room is 13.4 by 8.8. Another room is 9.7 by 5.5. The last room is 11.6 by 6.6. How much new carpeting does she need?<br />C=total carpeting<br /><br />(13.4x8.8)+(9.7x5.5)+(11.6x6.67)=C<br />C=247.56<br />(13.4x8.8)=117.92<br />(9.7x5.5)=53.25<br />(11.6x6.6)=76.56<br />117.92+53.25+76.56=247.73reaganb0633https://www.blogger.com/profile/03395328942171902587noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-7438413257321996925.post-85244562729552364942016-12-15T06:39:12.621-08:002016-12-15T06:39:12.621-08:00Vincent is cleaning the floors of a house. One roo...Vincent is cleaning the floors of a house. One room is 9.8 ft by 10.5 ft and 4 others are 6.7 by 8.5 ft. <br /><br />(9.8*10.5) + 4(6.7*8.5)=f<br />F= flooring<br /><br />102.9 + 4(56.95) = f<br /> <br />102.9 + 227.8. = f<br /> 330.7. = f<br /> 330.7 ftvincentz9990https://www.blogger.com/profile/04333824191909501230noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-7438413257321996925.post-67571882299510469982016-12-14T12:41:01.145-08:002016-12-14T12:41:01.145-08:00-Kelsey
I have 5 bathrooms getting tiled. The firs...-Kelsey<br />I have 5 bathrooms getting tiled. The first bathroom is 11.8 ft. by 12.2 ft. The other bathrooms are 8.6 ft. by 9.7 ft. Find the area of the 5 bathrooms. Write an equation to resembles the problem that needs to be solved,use a variable that helps tell the story. Explain your variable. How much flooring do I need?<br />(11.8x12.2) +4(8.6x9.7) =f <br />f=flooring <br />(11.8x12.2) +4(8.6x9.7) =f <br />143.96 + 4(8.6x9.7)=f<br />143.96 + 333.68=f<br /> 477.64=f<br /> 477.64 flooring <br /><br />kelseyc0215https://www.blogger.com/profile/04265377204589776968noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-7438413257321996925.post-33191592205133588122016-12-13T18:33:11.197-08:002016-12-13T18:33:11.197-08:00Colin is installing carpet floors to some of his h...Colin is installing carpet floors to some of his house.the basement is 1.74. The three bedrooms are 9.6 x 8.3. How much carpet does he need. Write an equation to show the problem that needs to be solved, use a variable that helps tell the story .Explain the variable.<br /><br /><br /><br /><br />(12.5 * 10.74) +(3 x (9.6 * 8.3)) =s <br />s=square feet of carpet<br /><br /><br />(12.5 * 10.74) +(3 x (9.6 * 8.3)) =s<br /><br /><br />134.25 + 3 (79.68) =s<br /><br /><br />134.25 +239.04 =s<br /><br /><br /> 373.29=s<br /><br /><br /> 373.29 sq.ft. of carpet<br /><br /><br />colini4060https://www.blogger.com/profile/15415549534249430510noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-7438413257321996925.post-87194696872905109492016-12-13T17:32:14.627-08:002016-12-13T17:32:14.627-08:00Shreya is making a garden. She has on patch that i...Shreya is making a garden. She has on patch that is 4.23 ft. by 5.91ft. She also has 3 other gardens that are 28.29 ft. by 27.38 ft. The amount of the entire garden is determined by finding the area of all four gardens. How many feet is the entire garden.<br /><br /><br />(4.23 * 5.91) + 3(28.29 * 27.38) = s<br />s = square feet of the garden<br /><br />(4.23 * 5.91) + 3(28.29 * 27.38) = s<br />24.9993 + 2323.7406 = s<br />2348.7399 =s<br /><br />2348.7399 sq. ft. of the garden<br />ShreyaIyer333https://www.blogger.com/profile/06710669891929290609noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-7438413257321996925.post-70638079164155655052016-12-13T17:00:20.517-08:002016-12-13T17:00:20.517-08:00Bella has 3 extra bedrooms. One room is 14.59 squa...Bella has 3 extra bedrooms. One room is 14.59 square ft. by 9.63 square ft. The second room is 6 square ft. by 13.37 square ft. The last room is 7.63 square ft. by 17.83 square ft. How much square ft in all 3 rooms? Use a variable and explain it. Also write AN equation to show the problem that needs to be solved. (I used the letter S for square)<br /><br />ANSWER: 14.59*9.63=S<br /> (6)13.37=S<br /> 7.63*17.83=S<br /> John Hackerhttps://www.blogger.com/profile/15748367198191305414noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-7438413257321996925.post-82682152636408011052016-12-13T16:57:55.606-08:002016-12-13T16:57:55.606-08:00Shadman is painting the walls of his room. 1 side ...Shadman is painting the walls of his room. 1 side has 6.5 feet of width and 8.2 feet of height. The other three sides have 8.5 feet of width and 8.2 feet of height. How much of the wall needs to be painted.<br />6.5*8.2= p 3(8.5*8.2)= p 53.3+209.1= p 262.4= pshadmanc1130https://www.blogger.com/profile/17585486684255675695noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-7438413257321996925.post-48256784365001326472016-12-13T16:56:34.482-08:002016-12-13T16:56:34.482-08:00Jules
Jules has 7 books. 3 books are 2.5 square in...Jules<br />Jules has 7 books. 3 books are 2.5 square inches by 7.3 square inches. The other 4 books are 3.9 square inches by 8.2 square inches. What is the area of the all the books? Write an equation to show how to solve the problem. Use a variable that will make sense with the story. <br />Answer: <br /> 3 x (2.5 x 7.3) + 4 x (3.9 x 8.2) = S<br />3 x(2.5 x 7.3) = 54.75 <br />4 x (3.9 x 8.2) =127.92 <br />127.92 + 54.75 = 182.67 Square Inches<br />182.67 Square Inches<br /><br />Juleshttps://www.blogger.com/profile/13130258151199638886noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-7438413257321996925.post-52188523108390870392016-12-13T16:19:59.803-08:002016-12-13T16:19:59.803-08:00Jenna. D
Mack has 3 spare bed rooms in her house....Jenna. D<br /><br />Mack has 3 spare bed rooms in her house. One of the rooms is 14.93 by 5.67 square feet. The second one is 4.56 by 3.00 square feet and the third is 9.78 by 12.40 square feet. Write an equation to find the total area of the three rooms in all.<br /><br />Answer: 14.93*5.67+(4.56*3.00)+(9.78*12.40)=219.602jennad1375https://www.blogger.com/profile/12468952721807278115noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-7438413257321996925.post-6330170775852856742016-12-13T15:21:29.500-08:002016-12-13T15:21:29.500-08:00Julia T.
Julia has 3 tables. One of them is 5.8 by...Julia T.<br />Julia has 3 tables. One of them is 5.8 by 9.6 and the other two are 7.9 by 9.9. Use area to find how many sq. ft. all the tables are together. <br /><br />(5.8*9.6)+2(7.9*9.9)= s<br />s= square ft. of tables<br /><br />5.8*9.6=s<br />2(7.9*9.9)=s<br />55.68+156.42=s<br />713.22=sAnonymoushttps://www.blogger.com/profile/10646095310995453918noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-7438413257321996925.post-5272571055167900682016-12-13T13:37:23.723-08:002016-12-13T13:37:23.723-08:00Julia R.
Julia has five gardens. One garden is 6.7...Julia R.<br />Julia has five gardens. One garden is 6.7 square feet by 4.2 square feet. The other four gardens are 5.6 square feet by 8.3 square feet. Write an equation using a variable, and explain it, to find how many feet in all her gardens are.<br /><br />(6.7 * 4.2) + 4(5.6 * 8.3) = s<br />s= square feet of the gardens<br /><br />(6.7 * 4.2) + 4(5.6 * 8.3) = s<br /> 28.14 + 4(46.48) = s<br /> 28.14 + 185.92 = s <br /> 214.06 = s<br /> 214.06 sq. ftjuliag3200https://www.blogger.com/profile/01518238514435448886noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-7438413257321996925.post-49408931696228447042016-12-13T13:36:04.986-08:002016-12-13T13:36:04.986-08:00Bob drew 4 rectangles in math class. 1 rectangle w...Bob drew 4 rectangles in math class. 1 rectangle was 5.2cm by 4.6cm. 2 more were 7.1 by 5.5. How many sq. cm. are all the rectangles together. Write a equation to show the problem. Use a variable that helps explain a story. (5.2*4.6)+2(7.1*5.5)=s s= square centimeters <br />5.2*4.6=23.92 2(7.1*5.5)=78.1 23.92+78.1=102.02 102.02=s 102.02sq. cm.<br />Liwen Chaohttps://www.blogger.com/profile/15595736820820410023noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-7438413257321996925.post-37789147811758258302016-12-13T13:32:28.937-08:002016-12-13T13:32:28.937-08:00Emma #1
Emma is ordering 3 pairs of glasses. One...Emma #1<br /><br /><br />Emma is ordering 3 pairs of glasses. One pair of glasses is 2.3 in by 1.2 in. The 2 other pairs are 2.5 in by 1.4 in. What is the total amount of inches for all of the pairs? Explain your variable.6.26 inches because I did (2.3×1.2)+(2.5×1.4)×2=I. I did the variable I because that stands for Inches.thomass7780https://www.blogger.com/profile/01097455100453453800noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-7438413257321996925.post-22864774264419632532016-12-13T13:22:36.490-08:002016-12-13T13:22:36.490-08:00Three houses on my street compete to see who has t...Three houses on my street compete to see who has the longest light that they used to decorate they’re entire house they only use one strand, the griffins lights are 19.87 feet long, the Peterson’s lights are 6.2 times as long, the Browns lights are 3.4 times as much than the Peterson’s. How many feet of lights did the three houses use in total??<br /><br />The answer is: (19.87 * 6.2) + (123.194 * 3.4) = F F=feet of lights the product is 425.6154 F= 425.6154<br /><br />emmac0920https://www.blogger.com/profile/05872842691560348605noreply@blogger.com