Using this high-interest, low-vocabulary reproducible, any math student can master essential problem-solving skills. Whole number addition, subtractions, multiplication, and division skills are learned, then applied to solve interesting and real-life word problems.Chapter 1 covers terms and definitions, reading place value, experience with large numbers, contexts for the use of these numbers, and ... If not, you may ask students to write the answers in English. ... BILLIONS: Two-hundred thirteen billion dollars; thirty-seven billion, five-hundred million dollars; eighty billion dollars.
|Title||:||Word Problems with Whole Numbers|
|Author||:||Paul R. Robbins, Sharon K. Hauge|
|Publisher||:||Walch Publishing - 1999-01-01|