Assorted Stumper Problems

How to Add Decimals – Math Homework with Assorted Stumper Problems 6.1.1

How to Add Decimals - Math Homework with Assorted Stumper Problems 6.1.1

This article offers problem solving practice for How to Add Decimals, How to find the area of a polygon, How to Add Fractions, and How to Solve for Inequalities.  The math homework in this article includes a video tutorial for each problem.  If your child needs a bit more support, they should complete the with the video tutorial.  Have your child play a bit of the video, then pause it and copy that part of the problem.  Next, have your child play a bit more of the video and then pause it and copy that portion of the problem.  Finally, have your child continue this process until they have completed the entire problem.   Using the videos in this manner is like having a personal tutor, ensuring that your child successfully solves each problem.

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Assorted Stumper Problems
Challenge 6.1.1 – A
Claudia Camel

Claudia Camel is an archeologist studying ancient camel remains.  She discovered 542.36 remains in Africa, and another 702.09 remains in Europe.

How many remains has Claudia Camel discovered in all?

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Assorted Stumper Problems
Challenge 6.1.1 – B
Daisy the Ditzy Giraffe

Daisy the Ditzy Giraffe has gotten herself stuck again.  She is trapped within the rectangle below.  The rectangle is 12.5 feet long and 15.75 feet wide.

What is the area of Daisy the Ditzy Giraffe’s trap?

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Assorted Stumper Problems
Challenge 6.1.1 – C
Terrance the Ticklish Mule

Terrance the Ticklish Mule ate 3/4 of a bail of hay on Monday and another 2/3 of a bail of hay on Tuesday.

How much hay did Terrance the Ticklish Mule eat in all?

1)Complete the algorithm.

2)Complete a mathematical model that proves your algorithm.

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Assorted Stumper Problems
Challenge 6.1.1 – D
Inequalities

Compare the following number inequalities:

  1. 608.08  and 608.8
  2. 524.3  and 523.9
  3. 957.036 and 957.134

 

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Need Help with Fractions

I have a series on fractions that teaches children a deeper understanding of how fractions work.  The series is designed in a similar manner to this series on geometry, where each and every problem is linked to a video tutorial.  Here is a link to my series on Fractions.

Need Help with Multiplication?

I have a series on Multiplication that is specifically designed for children who do not have all of their multiplication facts memorized.   The series is designed in a similar manner to this series on division, where each and every problem is linked to a video tutorial.  Here is a link to my series on Multiplication.

Need Help with Division?

I have a series on division that is specifically designed for children who do not have all of their multiplication facts memorized.   The series is designed in a similar manner to this series on multiplication, where each and every problem is linked to a video tutorial.  Here is a link to my series on Division.

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