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Property Problem Solving • Solve: • Three friends’ meals at a restaurant cost $13, $14, and $11. Use parentheses to write two different expressions to show how much the friends spent in all. Which property does your pair of expressions demonstrate? Property Problem Solving • Use this table for the next question. Fancy Guppy Prices Blue neon Red blond Sunrise Yellow $ 11 $ 22 $18 $19 Property Problem Solving • Solve • Jacob is designing an aquarium for a doctor’s office. He plans to buy 6 red blond guppies, 1 blue neon guppy, and 1 yellow guppy. The table shows the price list for the guppies. How much will the guppies for the aquarium cost? Property Problem Solving Solve • Sylvia bought 8 tickets to a concert. Each ticket costs $18. To find the total cost in dollars, she added the product 8 X 10 to the product • 8 X 8, for a total of 144. Which property did Sylvia use? Property Problem Solving • Sense or Nonsense???? • Julie wrote (15 – 6) – 3 = 15 – (6 – 3). Is Julie’s equation sense or nonsense? Do you think the Associative Property works for subtraction? Explain Property Problem Solving • Canoes rent for $29 per day. Which expression can be used to find the cost in dollars of renting 6 canoes for a day? • • • • (6+ 20) + (6 + 9) (6 X 20) + (6 X 9) (6 + 20) X (6 + 9) (6 X 20) X (6 X 9) Property Problem Solving • Solve • Ida has 4 tomato plants. For 3 weeks in a row, each plant produced 4 tomatoes. Then Ida shared her tomatoes equally with herself and 3 friends. How many tomatoes did each person get? Property Problem Solving • Solve. What operations did you use? • The total rainfall for the week was 2.14 inches. For 4 days it did not rain at all. On 2 days it rained 0.5 inch each day. How much rain fell on the last day? Property Problem Solving • Name the operation or operations you used. • Sally came home from the fair with $3.86. She spent $5.50 for a ticket, $4.35 for food, and $7.29 for rides. How much money did Sally have before she went to the fair? Property Problem Solving • See textbook page 261 • Complete # 30 to 34 • • # 6 to 9 # 14 to 21