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# Unit 10: 5 th grade Everyday Math

Unit 10: 5 th grade Everyday Math. Math Message 10.1. Answer the question at the top of journal page 342. 3 +14 ounces. 23 ounces. Math Message 10.2. One square weighs as much as ___ ounces. What number am I? If you double me and add 6, you get 20. If you add 5 to me, you get 0.

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## Unit 10: 5 th grade Everyday Math

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1. Unit 10: 5th grade Everyday Math

2. Math Message 10.1 • Answer the question at the top of journal page 342.

3. 3 +14 ounces 23 ounces Math Message 10.2 • One square weighs as much as ___ ounces. • What number am I? • If you double me and add 6, you get 20. • If you add 5 to me, you get 0. • If you double me, add 4, subtract 4, and divide by 2, you get 9. • If you take half of me and triple the result, you get 30. • If you double me and double the result, you get 0.

4. Math Message 10.3 • Joe is 2 inches taller than Maria. How tall is Joe? Make a table of possible heights. • If y = 5, then what is… • 3y • 4 * y • y – 3 • y/5

5. Math Message 10.4 • Complete the problem at the top of journal page 354. • Solve these problems: • 100 = 25 * x • 15/w = 3 • 3y = 60 • 35 + k = 50

6. Math Message 10.5 • Read the information about Yellowstone National Park at the top of journal page 360.

7. Math Message 10.6 • Solve problem 1 on journal page 364. • Mark jogs about 1 mile every 10 minutes. At this rate, how far would he jog in half an hour? • Laurie swims 15 laps in about 10 minutes. At this rate, how long would it take her to swim 50 laps. • Maureen walks at an average speed of 3 ½ miles per hour. At this rate, about how long would Maureen walk in 2 hours?

8. Math Message 10.7 • Solve problems 1-4 on journal page 366. • Find the area of the following polygons:

9. Math Message 10.8 • Solve the problem at the top of page 370. • Number your paper 1-2 for mental math.

10. Math Message 10.9 • Solve problems 1-4 on your journal page 373 • What is the most appropriate unit of measure for the following situations: • Amount of carpet needed to carpet a bedroom? • Distance from where you live to a summer camp on a lake? • Amount of juice the average person drinks in a week? • Length of a dollar bill?

11. Math Message 10.10 • Complete “Time to Reflect” on page 378.

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