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Videos solutions to help Grade 2 students learn how to solve one- and two-step word problems within 100 using strategies based on place value.


Common Core Standards: 2.OA.1, 2.NBT.7, 2.NBT.9, 2.NBT.5

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New York State Common Core Math Module 4, Grade 2, Lesson 16


NYS Math Module 4 Grade 2 Lesson 16


Lesson 16 Problem Set
Solve the following word problems. Use the RDW process.
1. Frederick counted a total of 80 flowers in the garden. There were 39 white flowers, and the rest were pink. How many flowers were pink?

4. Andy spent 71 hours studying in November. In December, he studied 19 hours less. Rachel studied 22 hours more than Andy studied in December. How many hours did Rachel study in December?


Lesson 16 Homework

Solve the following word problems. Use the RDW process.
1. Vicki modeled the following problem with a tape diagram. 82 students are in the math club. 35 students are in the science club. How many more students are in the math club than science club?
Show another model to solve the problem. Write your answer in a sentence.

3. Ian bought a pack of 47 water balloons. 19 were red, 16 were yellow, and the rest were blue. How many water balloons were blue? Show your work.

4. Daniel read 54 pages of his book in the morning. He read 27 fewer pages in the afternoon. How many pages did Daniel read altogether? Show your work.






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