The Steps to Solving Word Problems and Valuable Key Words Practice Questions (page 2)
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The Steps to Solving Word Problems and Valuable Key Words Practice Questions
Put the problem-solving steps in the correct order from 1 to 4. Place the number of the step on the line.
- _____ Carry out the plan.
- _____ Make a plan.
- _____ Check your work.
- _____ Read and understand the question.
- Carry out the plan.
- Make up a plan.
- Check your work.
- Read and understand the question.
Match the terms below to the correct symbol:
at least + at most – sum × product ÷ is the result ≤ quotient ≥ difference =
at least ≥ at most ≤ sum + product × is the result = quotient ÷ difference –
Translate each statement from words into math symbols.
- Five more than 8.
- The difference between 10 and 4.
- Twice 40 is subtracted from 100.
- The quotient of 21 and 7 is not more than 4.
- Twenty decreased by 6 has a result of 14.
- The product of 12 and 3 is at least 36.
- 8 + 5. The key phrase more than means "addition."
- 10 – 4. The key word difference means "subtraction."
- 100 – 2 × 40. The phrase twice forty means "multiply 40 by 2." This value is subtracted from 100, so the order in the expression is the reverse of the order in the statement.
- 21 ÷ 7 ≤ 4. The key word quotient means "divide." The key phrase is not more than means "is less than or equal to."
- 20 – 6 = 14. The key phrase decreased by means "subtraction" and the key phrase has a result of means "is equal."
- 12 × 3 ≥ 36. The key word product means "multiply" and the key phrase at least means "greater than or equal to."
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