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Problem Statement:Students in Mrs. Taylor's class can earn coupons for good behavior and excellent work. Thesecoupons are accepted at the school store for students to use when they purchase supplies. Thechart below shows the transactions from today. How much money did the school store receivefrom these students?StudentPurchasePriceCouponSimoneGlue Stick$1.00NoDonteCompass Set$2.00$1.00RafaelaPack of Pencils$1.00$1.00Jee-SungProtractor Set$1.00NoRonaldSpiral Notebook$2.00$1.00PeterPack of Pencils$1.00NoMoney received from coupons =000=Money received from coupons = 0 + 1 + 1 + 0 + 1 + 0Money received from coupons = $3Problem Statement:In science class, Emmais learning about changes in temperature. Students check temperaturereadings each hour and determine the change in temperature at that time. The chart below showsthe changes. What were the readings?Time8 a.m.9 a.m.10 a.m.11 a.m.NoonChangeDropped5Dropped3Dropped1Dropped2Reading+7+2-1-2-4(+)
(-)8 AM9 AM-=10AM-=11 Am-=Noon-=Problem Statement:Liam gets an allowance each week and deposits his money ina savingsaccount. Once a month he takes out $5 from the account and donates the money to the local foodbank. What is the change in Liam's account after three months? Write a math sentence todescribe this (Rivera, 2015).AnswerChange in Liam’s account = Number of months*money taken each monthChange in Liam’s account = 3*$5Change in Liam’s account = $15($5)
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