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## Definition:

A word problem is similar to a short story. It asks us to solve for something by changing the given phrases to number sentences to find the solution.

## Summary:

What should be know in solving for word problems?

- What is given?
- What is asked?
- What operation should be used?
- What number sentence should be written
- What is the solution?

Steps to follow in solving word problems

- Read your problem carefully
- Draw a picture or a diagram
- Look for keywords as you read
- Write a number model or a number sentence
- Find the answer and write the correct unit

## Example:

Janni brought 120 cm long cue before his training. After the training he realized that his cue is too long, so he brought 100 cm long cue on the next day of the training. What is the difference of first cue and the second cue?

- What is given? First Cue:120 cm Second Cue:100 cm
- What is asked?

Difference of first and second cue - What Operation should be used? Subtraction
- What number sentence should be written 120 – 100 = ?
- What is the solution? 120 cm – 100 cm = 20 cm

*The difference of first and second cue is 20 cm.

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