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Solve for a, I m guessing? 16a^2=1 a^2=1/16 a=sqrt(1/16) a=1/4, or.25

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House of Math Word Problems for Children
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Scales Problems
A video lesson that shows the solution to 14 different balance problems, starting from the most simple and advancing to some that have double scales.
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If 58 out of 100 students in a school are boys, then write a decimal for the part of the school that consists of boys.

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This section will illustrate how word problems can be solved using block diagrams. Students, who have not yet learn algebra, can use the block diagrams or tape diagrams to help them visualize the problems in terms of the information given and the data to be found. This allows the student to decide which operators to use: Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication or Division. Block diagrams or tape diagrams are used in Singapore Math and Common Core Math.

For students who already know algebra, we have another section that consists of solving word problems using algebra.

this is the kinda good distance of doing this in spite of the incontrovertible fact that this is the least complicated to comprehend 14.50 = eighty 5% of the unique cost so divide 14.50 by utilising eighty 5 to locate a million% of the unique cost which equals.1706 multiply.1706 by utilising one hundred to locate the unique cost. 17.06 advance into the unique cost of the pants the respond isn t sixteen.sixty 8 this is 17.06!!!!!!!!!!

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Find here an annotated list of problem solving websites and books, and a list of math contests. There are many fine resources for word problems on the net! have personally checked & reviewed each website, to make sure it is truly useful.

Scales Problems
A video lesson that shows the solution to 14 different balance problems, starting from the most simple and advancing to some that have double scales.
/teaching/md/ scales_problems_video.php

If 58 out of 100 students in a school are boys, then write a decimal for the part of the school that consists of boys.

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For students who already know algebra, we have another section that consists of solving word problems using algebra.

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House of Math Word Problems for Children
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Find here an annotated list of problem solving websites and books, and a list of math contests. There are many fine resources for word problems on the net! have personally checked & reviewed each website, to make sure it is truly useful.

Scales Problems
A video lesson that shows the solution to 14 different balance problems, starting from the most simple and advancing to some that have double scales.
/teaching/md/ scales_problems_video.php

If 58 out of 100 students in a school are boys, then write a decimal for the part of the school that consists of boys.

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a) 6 is the whole number. now we need to make a fraction out of 4". Since there are 12" in a foot, we use the fraction 4"/12". This can be reduced to 1"/3". So the answer is 6 and 1/3. Similarly, 8 is the whole number. and we can t reduce 1"/12" anymore. So the answer is 8 and 1/12. b) Ok. So an improper fraction is when the top number (numerator) is larger than the bottom number (denominator). The steps to do this are 1) multiply the denominator by the whole number. 2) now add that number to the numerator 3) the number you just got will be the new numerator. 4) use the old denominator. So the first one will be (6 x 3 +1)/3 = 19/3. The other one is (12 x 8 +1)/12 = 97/12. c) So for this we just add the two improper fractions. To do this, we need to get the denominators (bottom numbers) to be the same. To get 19/3 to resemble 97/12, we need to change the denominator of the first one. If we multiply the first fraction by 4/4 (also known as 1), we can get the denominators to be the same. (19 x 4) / (3 x 4) = 76/12. Now we can add this to 97/12 by simply adding together the numerators. (76 + 97) /12 = 173/12 d) We need to divide 173/12. How many times can 12 go into 173? It can go in 14 times, with some left over. So the whole number is 14. Now we have 173 - (12 x 14) = 5 left over. So the fraction is 5/12. So the answer is 14 and 5/12. To convert it to a decimal, 5/12 can just be put into a calculator. This is the simplest way to do it, without using all the (unnecessary) long division. The answer would just be 14 + (5/12) = 14.4166666 Best answer? :D Hope this helped!