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You underline the questions,

Circle information,

Cross out the extra info,

That's the problem solving way!

(to the tune of Adam's Family)

Circle information,

Cross out the extra info,

That's the problem solving way!

(to the tune of Adam's Family)

- 3rd & 5th Grade Class
- Childress Elementary is an technology innovative school striving to teach children not only the importance of math but the ability to compete in today's world of technology. Using technology to teach math has increased involvement, understanding, and desire.

21 times 6 equals 126

ReplyDeleteIt would be 126 glue sticks because you just multiply 21 by 6 in witch you get 126 glue sticks.

ReplyDeletethat is correct

ReplyDeleteyou would divide 3 by 21 then you'll get 7 glue sticks.

ReplyDeletethe answer is 126 Bryan

ReplyDeleteI did mulpction to get my answer.I got 42.Kadi

ReplyDeleteI thank it's 42 dakota

ReplyDeleteThe class will have 42 glue sticks.

ReplyDeleteyou would divide 3 by 21 then you would get 7.Bailee

ReplyDeleteThe class will have 6 glue sticks because two times three is six. Katelyn

ReplyDeleteDaniel the answer is 126

ReplyDeleteIt would be 126 glue stixs because you multiply 21 by 6 and get 126. Dallas

ReplyDeletethe class has 42 glue sticks. Rufino

ReplyDeleteThe answer is 126

ReplyDeleteIf Every Student Brings Three Packages Of Glue Sticks, There Would Be 126 Packages Whole Because 21 x 6= 126.

ReplyDelete-Chadyn

You have to devied 21 and 3 how I did it was put 3 boxes and give them each 1 glue steck and they all have 8.Savannah Wright

ReplyDeleteBrittany school begins in August each will need many supple 23 glue sticks

ReplyDeletethe answer us 126 logan

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