These Word Problems Worksheets are a good resource for students in the 5th Grade, 6th Grade, 7th Grade, and 8th Grade.
We will focus on application of these concepts through word problems.
First, we'll review a few basic steps that will help you solve word problems.
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Here are some steps that will help you organize the process of translating from words to mathematical expressions that you can solve. You may not be able to visualize all the details, but you should gain a mental picture of what is generally being discussed. Thus, figure out what you are trying to find and write it down. If the problem involves a moving automobile, for instance, you don't need to draw a professional rendition when a box or something similar (even marked "car" if necessary) will do. Write down this assignment for reference as you solve the problem (for instance, " = the velocity of the car"). You've probably gone astray somewhere along the line.
Check to see if the number is reasonable (for example, your average automobile can't be expected to go 1,000,000 miles per hour! Before we look at a few example problems, we need to first consider the use of units and unit analysis.