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Is 1x Therefore 1x 4= 12 1x='12-4 1x=8 Wow - that is so complicated for year 2.
Not sure what age year 2 is but at school we would of said 3x 4 =2x 12 3x-( take 2xaccross the = and become a negative..change the sign from a plus to a minus same with the 4) 3x-2x.
make the sticker books = x etc.) Alixe x I would ignore the names and full sheets and just do 12-4= 8, because if they both had the same and now 1 only has 4 left he must have had 12 before he started the final sheet therefore using 8 stickers left him with 4, hope that makes sence x Can anybody give me a clue how to solve this maths work for my year 2 DD? If you want to teach her then maybe talk about the = sign being a balance bridge and you can move things across as long as you take the same from each side to keep the bridge balanced?
I know the answer myself, but I don't know how to use her level to solve this problem. And show her how to convert the words of the problem into algebra (Ie.
It is the farthest from a “natural” diet in that the meats, organs, bones, etc.
If this is what your DD's teacher thinks she should be able to do in junior grade 2 is she on the G&T register for maths and getting additional help? So to work out how many stickers on a sheet :- what's the difference between 12 & 4 ... Can anybody give me a clue how to solve this maths work for my year 2 DD? You do mean year 2 in junior school and not year 2 in senior?
Cats are obligate carnivores and, in the wild, live on rodents, birds, reptiles and insects.
A prey-based diet seeks to mimic that menu by providing either whole prey animals or enough meats, organs, bones, etc.
The first two are based on a general guideline that has been used by raw dog feeders for decades, modified for cat…
the 83 / 07/ 5 / 5 rule – that’s 83% meat, fat, skin, sinew, connective tissue and heart, 7% edible bone, 5% liver, and 5% other secreting organ – while the third is as close to natural as your cat can get without catching dinner on its own.
Can anybody give me a clue how to solve this maths work for my year 2 DD? ) Alixe x Not sure what age year 2 is but at school we would of said 3x 4 =2x 12 3x-( take 2xaccross the = and become a negative..change the sign from a plus to a minus same with the 4) 3x-2x. Take away 4 stickers from Wendy as well then she has 2 full sheets and 8 stickers.