tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-6714058.post2597110962153715096..comments2015-02-26T07:13:08.379-08:00Comments on Just a Substitute Teacher.....: The Word Problem Committeeâ€¦KauaiMarkhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/02581543514815246743noreply@blogger.comBlogger3125tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-6714058.post-82037629146858413552011-12-13T08:23:51.869-08:002011-12-13T08:23:51.869-08:00Frustration validated. I help children with their ...Frustration validated. I help children with their homework on a daily basis. Not a day goes by that I don't say, "I'm a stupid or does this problem just not make any logical sense."Nevanhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/06405634433143084808noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-6714058.post-51816196637414191312011-11-26T12:14:34.659-08:002011-11-26T12:14:34.659-08:00I come across this everyday for 2nd grade math. Pa...I come across this everyday for 2nd grade math. Paige is always confused by what is written and what they "mean" to say.Jenenoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-6714058.post-25211847581964098682011-11-22T19:40:28.588-08:002011-11-22T19:40:28.588-08:00I admit it's poor wording, but it should say s...I admit it's poor wording, but it should say something like "every booth was filled, with 100 people total in the balcony."<br /><br />The ideal of 100 people in one booth is ridiculous. As is the idea of 10k people on the balcony. Clearly, it should be one person per booth. So for this division problem, 100 people total (in the whole balcony, all the rows) divided by 10 booths per row = 10 total rows. Again, it's poor wording, but that's how they came up with 10 rows. Every booth was filled, with 100 people total, not every booth was filled with 100 people each.<br /><br />Keep up the enjoyable blogs! :)Anonymousnoreply@blogger.com