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# Quick Update to Subtraction on the Number Line Problems

Some of the problems in the Subtraction on the Number Line worksheets were outside the range of the number line shown to work out each problem. Got those fixed this morning, just end time for some end-of-the year subtraction review…

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Could you do some comparing fractions to benchmark fractions (1/2, 1/4, 2/3/…) giving simple step by step instructions on how to work the problems. There are no worksheets out there for practicing.
Thanks.
Ida
PS The instructions would be for me to learn as I don’t consider myself a great mathematician.

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Comment by merriam — August 8, 2013 @ 12:02 am

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Comment by Nancy — August 16, 2013 @ 10:54 am

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First, thank you for the website…we love it!

However, is there anyway you can change the ruler format “Millimeters on Ruler Wholes Version 1” Each time I print this page, it is using up so much ink due to the filled in portion of the rulers.

Thank you in advance!!!

Have a super day!!

Chung 🙂

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Comment by yolanda — October 10, 2013 @ 11:33 am

21. I am so grateful for these worksheets. I hate making up word problems of my own. I just wanted to let you know that my students discovered a small mistake in wording involving some of your division word problems. Here is an example of a question and the key you published:

Question:
M&ms come in packages of 5. Daniel ate 63 M&Ms. How many whole boxes did he eat and how many M&Ms does he have left?
Key:
63 M&Ms divided by 5 M&Ms per package = 12 packages eaten and 3 M&Ms left over

My students discovered that Daniel ate 12 whole packages of M&M’s, and 3 M&M’s from a 13th package. Leaving 2 M&M’s uneaten. The 3 M&M’s cannot be left over if he ate them. The left overs are the M&M’s not eaten.