2nd grade Math
posted by Nathan .
The following is a table
Range in lb Number
Under 5054 4
5559 7
6064 6
65 and higher 2
1. Write a simple comparison problem about the weights in the above table.
2. Weite an addition proble about weights.
3. Write an addition problem about the table as a whole.
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