Solve multiplicative comparison problems. Distinguish multiplicative comparison from additive comparison.
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Mrs. Ingall wants to know how long her bookshelf is. She can’t find a ruler, but she knows her copy of The Twits is 4 inches wide. So, how long do you think her bookshelf is?
Jaylene is collecting books. She has 7 comic books. She has 3 times as many science books as comic books. How many science books does she have? Represent the situation as an equation to solve.
Your parents want to give you a larger allowance! Your current allowance is $8 a week. They give you two options:
a. Which option earns more money? How much more?
b. Which option will you choose? Explain why.
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An animal weighs 4 pounds. A bald eagle weighs 3 times as much as this animal. How many pounds does the bald eagle weigh?
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