PROBLEMS WITH WORD CLUES

Write A (add), S (subtract), M (multiply), or D (divide) after each problem to tell how you would work it if you knew the necessary numbers:

  1. How do you find the cost of several kilograms of meat if you know the cost of one kilogram?
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  2. How do you find your average score for a game if you know the total score you made and you know the number of games that you played?
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  3. How do you find the total number of miles you traveled on a vacation last summer if you know the number of miles you went by boat, the number of miles by car, and the number of miles by plane?
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  4. How do you find how many meters long your fish line is if you know how many centimeters long it is?
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  5. How do you find the cost of your food at Pine Camp if you know the cost of food for one week and the number of weeks you have stayed?
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  6. How do you find the number of kilometres per hour that your father drove his car yesterday, if you know the distance he drove and the number of hours it took?
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  7. How do you find the amount of money you have in the bank if you know how much you had in the bank last week, and how much money you put in the bank this week?
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  8. How do you find the number of pounds in a truckful of gravel if you know how many tons the truck holds and you know the number of pounds in a ton?
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  9. How do you find the average amount you earned each day last summer if you know the number of days you worked and the total amount you earned all summer?
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