Problem solving:for 3rd grade

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Write a real-world problem that you can solve by adding or subtracting.Then give your problem to a classmate to solve.

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    Josh made up 5 problems for his friend to solve. The friend solved 4 of these problems. How many problems didn't he solve?

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    write a real-world problem involving multiple steps, then solve your problem

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    Jimmy gave 10 cupcakes to his best friend Bob. Bob ate 3. How many did Jimmy have left?

    10 - 3 = 7

    So, Jimmy has 7 cupcakes left over.

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    10-3=7 meaning a use pf subtractio..

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    Chelsea has 10 cookies for her friend Sarah they eat 8 how many are left?



    10-8=2 2 cookies are left I hopes this helps

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    Write a real world problem and equation using t=5

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    7-3
    You have 7 French fries, /////// then you eat 3, ///, so 7, ///////, take away 3, /// is 4, ////.
    I hope this helps

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