By Mary Cavanagh, Carol Findell, Carole Greenes
The nationwide Council of lecturers of arithmetic identifies algebra as one of many 5 significant math content material parts to be studied in ALL grades. This Algebra Readiness sequence makes assembly this mandate effortless and enjoyable, even within the more youthful grades. each one publication positive factors dozens of reproducibles that provide scholars perform in several problem-solving options and algebraic strategies. scholars discover ways to determine variables, clear up for the values of unknowns, establish and proceed styles, use logical reasoning, and a lot more. comprises 10 full-color transparencies with problem-solving steps and be aware difficulties, ideal for whole-class studying. to be used with Grade four.
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The letter H stands for the number on the jersey. Use the clues to figure out H. CLUES: 1) 4 x H > 40 2) 3 is a factor of 3) 4) H H is not an odd number H < 40 ÷ 2 5) The sum of the digits of H is not 9 1. Which clue did you use first? Why? __________________________ 2. What is H ? __________ 3. How did you figure out the number on the jersey? ______________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________ 4. Check your number with the clues. Show your work here.
How many pigs will balance one horse? Ima Thinker __________ 3. How did you figure out the answer to #2? _____________________ ______________________________________________________ 4. If one goat weighs 2 pounds, what is the weight of one horse? __________ 58 Algebra Readiness Made Easy: Gr. 4 © 2008 by Greenes, Findell & Cavanagh, Scholastic Teaching Resources I know how many pigs balance 2 goats. I’ll write that number of pigs on each set of 2 goats. Name _____________________________________________ Date __________________ BALANCING ANIMALS PROBLEM 3 How many rabbits will balance one lamb?
Check your number with the clues. Show your work here. 37 Name _____________________________________________ Date __________________ JERSEY NUMBER PROBLEM 4 What is the number on the player’s jersey? The letter F stands for the number on the jersey. Use the clues to figure out F. CLUES: 1) 2) 3) 4) F + F < 20 F + F + F > 12 F is not an odd number 3 is not a factor of F 1. Which clue did you use first? Why? __________________________ 2. What is F ? __________ 3. How did you figure out the number on the jersey?