• Weekly Newspaper Math October through December.
    Each week will alternate between WHOLE NUMBERS and DECIMALS. 
    Check the class calendar for the correct worksheet. 
    This will be sent home every Monday and it is due on FRIDAY. 
     
     The link to open the document is below in blue if you can print.
    Here is the Word document if you cannot print. Just copy this onto a piece of paper to complete the assignment.
     
     

    Newspaper math

    NEWSPAPER MATH

    Name: ________________________________

    DUE DATE: ____________________________

    You have 1 week to complete this assignment. Given out on a Monday DUE on Friday!!!!

     

    Find five whole numbers in a newspaper, magazine, or online and tell what the number describes in the newspaper, magazine or online.

     

    Whole Number

    What does the number describe?

    Example: 19,436

    The number of people that attended the Rutgers football game on Sunday.

     

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    Write each number in word form.

    Example: 19,436=Nineteen thousand four hundred thirty six

     

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    Order the numbers from least to greatest.

     

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    Write 2 addition problems, and 2 subtraction problems using any of the numbers from the box at the top.

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    Subtraction

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    Are the numbers from the box on the first page Even or Odd Numbers? (Even numbers end in 0,2,4,6,8 and Odd numbers end in 1,3,5,7,9)

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    Add all the numbers together in each number from the box on the first page and come up with an answer, is the answer a Prime or a Composite numbers?

    (ex: 19,436=1+9+4+3+6=23  23 is a prime number because only 1X23 makes 23 so it only has 1 set of factors)

    (Prime numbers only have 1 set of factors and Composite numbers have two or more sets of factors)

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    Make up a word problem in the space below that has one of the numbers from the top box as the final answer.