Videos to help Grade 4 students learn how to use addition and subtraction to solve multi-step word problems involving length, mass, and capacity.

Common Core Standards: 4.MD.1, 4.MD.2

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Grade 4, Module 2, Lesson 5, Problem Set

Directions: Solve. Model the problems using a tape diagram. Answer with a statement.

1. The potatoes Beth bought weighed 3 kilograms 420 grams. Her onions weighed 1,050 grams less than the potatoes. How much did the potatoes and onions weigh altogether?

Use a tape diagram to model and solve the problems below.

1. Jeff places a pineapple with a mass of 890 grams on a balance scale. He balances the scale by placing two oranges, an apple, and a lemon on the other side. Each orange weighs 280 grams. The lemon weighs 195 grams less than each orange. What is the mass of the apple?

Directions: Solve. Model the problems using a tape diagram. Answer with a statement.

1. Jose's vase can hold up to 2,419 milliliters of water. He poured 1 liter 299 milliliters of water into the empty vase. Then he added 398 milliliters. How much more water will the vase hold?

4. A Springer Spaniel weighs 20 kilograms 490 grams. A Cocker Spaniel weighs 7,590 grams less than a Springer Spaniel. A Newfoundland weighs 52 kilograms 656 grams more than a Cocker Spaniel. What is the weight difference, in grams, between the Newfoundland and the Springer Spaniel?

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