September 27, 2010

New Word Problems (Sep. 27th - Oct. 1st)

1. Debra went to the store 17 times last month. She buys 107 stickers each time she goes to the store. How many stickers did Debra buy last month?

2. Wanda has 36 boxes of apples. Each box holds 24 apples and there are 9 boxes in a case. If Wanda wants to equally distribute the apples in 12 of her friends. How many will each one receive?

3. Linda went to the store 8 times last month. She buys 93 bananas and 12 erasers each time she goes to the store. She wants to equally give all her bananas to 24 different organizations. How many will each organization receive?

4. The school cafeteria has 11 round tables and 2 rectangular tables. Each round table has 3 chairs, and each rectangular table has 6 chairs. How many chairs are there in all?

5. The sum of two numbers is 9. Their product is 14. What are the two numbers?

September 20, 2010

1 Week Break

Hi there everybody:

We are going to have a break from our problems during this week. I will post a new series of problems on Monday September 27th, for you to solve them and have them ready to check in class on Monday October 4th...

September 15, 2010

Problems for September 20th to 27th

A little late, but still here they are!
1. There are three paintings on each of three walls of a room. If an art gallery has 7 such rooms, how many paintings are there in its collection?
2. Carl has two dozen donuts to give to his friends. His mom arrived and brought 26 more. How many donuts can Carl give to each of his 6 friends? Can he save some donuts to eat later?
3. There are 25 balloons in a a bag. There are 15 bags in one box. How many balloons are there in 10 boxes.

4. The school chorus has 108 members. How many rows of 12 members can be formed?
5. Complete the following pattern: 1, 9, 33, 105, 321, ____

September 6, 2010

Second Problems (September 6th to 13th)

1. There are 2 dozen books about our solar system and 66 about outer galaxies. The teachers in fourth grade want to divide them evenly among 6 groups of students. How many books does each group get?

2. Elliot can play the song "Fly Me to the Moon" on the piano in 5 minutes. He must practice this song for two hours. How many times can Elliot play the song during practice?

3. Carl spends $36 on gas for his boat each Saturday and another $42 each Sunday. How much does Carl spend in gas in 8 weeks.

4. The library received 17 boxes with 68 books each. 6 were sent back because they were broken. The Library had to equally distribute those books in 5 stores. How many books were sent to each store?

5. Complete the following pattern:          1,  4,  10,  22,  46, _____