# Laura's Trips to The Park

## 1).

Laura and her 5 cousins all went to the park. Combined, they climbed a total of 185 trees. How many trees did each kid climb?

## 2).

Laura and her 5 friends all went to the park. They found 42 beautiful leaves. Each friend found an equal amount of leaves. How many leaves did each friend find?

## 3).

Laura and her little brother decided to jog around the park. Laura ran 4 more miles than her little brother. Laura ran 12 miles. How many miles did Laura's little brother run?

## 1).

Last week Laura earned \$62.50 for picking up trash around the park. 2 days ago, she got some money for doing chores. She now has over \$75.28. How much money did she get for doing chores?

## 2).

Laura wanted to build a tree house. She has to buy 10ft pieces of wood, her mom only gave her \$50.00 to buy all of the wood. How many pieces of wood can she buy?

## 3).

Laura wanted to buy the park. She has less than 2,950,000.00. Every square yard costs \$250. How many yards could she buy?

## 1).

Q. Laura and her 5 cousins all went to the park. Combined, they climbed a total of 186 trees. How many trees did each kid climb?

A. 6 x Y = 186

6/6 = 1

186/6 = 31

Y = 31

31 trees

## 2).

Q. Laura and her 5 friends all went to the park. They found 42 beautiful leaves. Each friend found an equal amount of leaves. How many leaves did each friend find?

A. 6 x Z = 42

6/6

42/6 = 7

Y=7

7 leaves

## 3).

A. Laura and her little brother decided to jog around the park. Laura ran 4 more miles than her little brother. Laura ran 12 miles. How many miles did Laura's little brother run?

Q. 4 + X = 12

4 - 4 = 0

12 - 4 = 8

X=8

8 miles

## 1).

A. Last week Laura earned \$62.50 for picking up trash around the park. 2 days ago, she got some money for doing chores. She now has over \$75.28. How much money did she get for doing chores?

Q. \$62.50 + X > \$75.28

62.50 - 62.50 = 0

75.28 - 62.50 = 12.78

X > \$12.78

## 2).

Q. Laura wanted to build a tree house. She has to buy 10ft pieces of wood, her mom only gave her more than \$50.00 to buy all of the wood. How many pieces of wood can she buy?

A. 10 x Y > 50.00

10 / 10 = 1

50 / 10 = 5

Y > 5 pieces

## 3).

Q. Laura wanted to buy the park. She has less than 2,950,000.00. Every square yard costs \$250. How many yards could she buy?

A. \$250 x Z < \$2,950,000

250/250 = 1

2,950,000 = 11,800

Z < 11,800