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Multi-step word problems
You already have many tools in your mathematical toolkit: addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division of decimals and fractions, as well as your understanding of units of measure. Now we'll put them all to work in solving some multi-step word problems. Common Core Standards: 7.EE.B.3
First visualize this word problem then use subtraction and multiplication of decimals and fractions to get at the answer.
Remember units of measurement? Convert minutes into hours and put your knowledge of fractions to work in this word problem.
Budgeting money is one of the most valuable math skills you'll learn. Practice with us as we figure out how much money is left after a cab fare.
Practice solving multi-step word problems. The numbers in these problems may be fractions, decimals, and percents.
Word problems force us to put concepts to work using real-world applications. In this example, determine the volume of frozen water and express the answer as a fraction.
In this word problem, we'll compare the weight of two objects using a ratio of integers. We'll practice simplifying a fraction, too.
Use your knowledge of proportions and fractions to determine shareholders profit in this word problem.
Your checking account is overdrawn. Not good. Use your knowledge of decimals and adding negative and positive numbers to bring your account back into the black.