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    Writ and solve a real world problem where part of the whole results in a number greater than the whole itself. HUH. HELP.
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    Re: Help real world problem

    Quote Originally Posted by Dinojosh View Post
    Writ and solve a real world problem where part of the whole results in a number greater than the whole itself. HUH. HELP.
    This is awfully vague. Can you give us a context? What class are you in, etc.

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    Re: Help real world problem

    I am in 6th grade and this is the entire problem. This is the common core thinking problem. I just
    Don't get it. Any ideas would be great
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    Re: Help real world problem

    What does "results in a number" mean? In what sense can a "part of a whole" result in a number?
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