tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-2633466533683944100.post1765597029989271120..comments2022-12-09T11:35:05.499-08:00Comments on Mrs. Yollis' Classroom Blog: A New Word ProblemMrs. Yollishttp://www.blogger.com/profile/08553708205781596148noreply@blogger.comBlogger39125tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-2633466533683944100.post-21233726741657958732014-11-21T19:10:26.320-08:002014-11-21T19:10:26.320-08:00Dear Mrs. Yollis,
Here is my word problem. Evan a...Dear Mrs. Yollis,<br /><br />Here is my word problem. Evan and Sean were throwing balls in baseball. Sean and Evan threw a total of 90 balls. Sean threw 10 more balls than Evan.<br /><br />How many balls did Evan throw? How many balls did Sean throw?<br /><br />Sincerely,<br />SeanSeannoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-2633466533683944100.post-1890376994418418282014-11-19T07:04:45.142-08:002014-11-19T07:04:45.142-08:00Dear Mrs. Yollis and class,
I have a word problem....Dear Mrs. Yollis and class,<br />I have a word problem. Airplane one and two flew 80 miles in all.<br />Airplane one flew 20 more miles than airplane two. How many miles did airplane one fly? How many miles did airplane two fly?<br /><br />Sincerely,<br />NicN♦cnoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-2633466533683944100.post-75994848902016815222014-11-12T16:08:39.835-08:002014-11-12T16:08:39.835-08:00Dear Mrs. Yollis and Class,
I never learned how t...Dear Mrs. Yollis and Class,<br /><br />I never learned how to solve word problems like the one in the video, but my grandson (Nic) helped me figure out how to do it. Now that I understand the method, I will give you a word problem. Can you get the correct answer? Nic and his grandma walked 30 miles. Nic's grandma walked 6 more miles that Nic. How many miles did Nic walk? How many miles did his grandma walk? <br /><br />Good luck,<br />Bonnie (Nic's grandmother)Bonnie (Nic's grandmother)noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-2633466533683944100.post-6055194002616734472014-10-20T18:30:21.035-07:002014-10-20T18:30:21.035-07:00Dear Sam,
I have your answer for your split the ...Dear Sam, <br /><br />I have your answer for your split the difference.<br />Sam has 22 painting and Mrs. Yollis has 15 paintings.<br /><br />Now I have a problem for you.<br />My brother and I played basketball.<br />We made 127 shots all together.<br />I made 13 more shots than my brother.<br />How many shots did my brother make? How many shots did I make?<br /><br />Your blog friend,<br />LironLironnoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-2633466533683944100.post-23506172245358169662014-10-14T19:31:54.357-07:002014-10-14T19:31:54.357-07:00Dear Aryana,
I have the answer to your split prob...Dear Aryana,<br /><br />I have the answer to your split problem. The answer is dad has 52 mugs and mom has 37 mugs.<br /><br /><br />Now I have a split problem. <br /><br />Megan and Sofie had made 200 flags together. Megan made 50 more. How many flags did Megan make? How many did Sofie make?<br /><br /><br />Have fun trying to solve this problem!<br /><br />Your friend,<br />AshaAshanoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-2633466533683944100.post-2286549874387117362014-10-07T16:12:54.858-07:002014-10-07T16:12:54.858-07:00@Mrs. Yollis and Class,
Nice job in solving the S...@Mrs. Yollis and Class,<br /><br />Nice job in solving the Sequoia mystery and doing some great research as well!<br /><br />I think the answer to your problem is that Mrs. Ranney made two cakes and Mrs. Yollis made one. <br /><br />There is just one question I have: What kind of cakes were they?<br /><br />By the way, I am so glad to see my old friends Curious George and Frogger here in your post!<br /><br />I <b>am</b> having a great birthday! One of the best parts was hearing your song and getting to talk to you!<br /><br />Cheers!<br />The Birthday Girl/Mrs. RanneyMrs. Ranneyhttps://www.blogger.com/profile/02569904843028235217noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-2633466533683944100.post-35699304954302515182014-10-07T13:17:06.132-07:002014-10-07T13:17:06.132-07:00♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥
@ Mrs. Ranney,
We just solved ...♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ <br /><br />@ Mrs. Ranney,<br /><br />We just solved your marvelous Split the Difference problem. Here is the answer: One tree is 125 feet and the other tree is 150 feet.<br /><br />We looked at Sequoia tree online. Sequoia trees are very big! One tree, called General Sherman tree, is quite massive. This giant has grown to be 275 feet tall. In addition, it is very old. We read that it is 2,300–2,700 years old. That is a lot of birthday candles!<br /><br />Here is a problem for you.<br />Mrs. Ranney and Mrs. Yollis were making birthday cakes. Together they made three cakes. Mrs. Ranney made one more than Mrs. Yollis made. How many cakes did Mrs. Ranney make? How many did Mrs. Yollis make?<br /><br />This one was so easy, it was difficult! <br /><br />Hope you are having a great birthday!<br /><br />Mrs. Y♥llis and class<br /><br />♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ Mrs. Y♥llis and Classnoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-2633466533683944100.post-91046222737796815962014-10-06T13:51:53.755-07:002014-10-06T13:51:53.755-07:00Hi Everybody!
I love the split the difference str...Hi Everybody!<br /><br />I love the split the difference strategy! <br /><br />Mr. Ranney and I just got back from a camping trip in Kings Canyon National Park. Here's a problem that goes with our trip:<br /><br />While camping in Kings Canyon, Mr. and Mrs. Ranney saw many beautiful, tall sequoia trees. The two tallest trees had a combined height of 275 feet and a difference of 25 feet. How tall were each of the two trees?<br /><br />I'm looking forward to seeing who can solve the problem!<br /><br />Hope to see you all soon!<br /><br />Sincerely,<br />Mrs. RanneyMrs. Ranneyhttps://www.blogger.com/profile/02569904843028235217noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-2633466533683944100.post-26864101860365894792014-10-05T10:17:35.826-07:002014-10-05T10:17:35.826-07:00Dear Nic,
I solved your word problem.The answer i...Dear Nic,<br /><br />I solved your word problem.The answer is Nic ate 21 pieces of pie and Griffin ate 9 pieces of pie.<br /><br />I have a word problem too. Michael and my sister Hannah ate 36 pieces of cake in one week. Michael ate 12 more pieces of chocolate cake than Hannah. How many pieces of cake did Michael and Hannah ate? <br /><br />From<br />MIchaelMichaelnoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-2633466533683944100.post-31115410101773462182014-10-04T11:13:45.559-07:002014-10-04T11:13:45.559-07:00Dear Mrs. Yollis and class,
I solved Sean's f...Dear Mrs. Yollis and class,<br /><br />I solved Sean's first problem. Sean has 67 cards and Braeden has 59 cards.<br /><br />I have a word problem too. Nic and Griffin were eating pie. In total they ate 30 pieces of pie. Nic ate 12 more pieces of pie than Griffin. How many pieces of pie did Nic eat? How many did Griffin eat?<br /><br />Sincerely,<br />Nic<br /><br />P.S. This is not a true story.Nicnoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-2633466533683944100.post-32425217257773202532014-10-02T16:20:23.375-07:002014-10-02T16:20:23.375-07:00Dear Class,
I have some word problems.
Sean and B...Dear Class, <br />I have some word problems.<br />Sean and Braeden were collecting hockey and baseball cards.In all they collected 126.Sean collected 8 more than Braeden. How many cards did Sean collect?How many cards did Braeden collect?<br /><br />Hayden and Sean were cracking eggs.<br />In all they cracked a total of 42.Sean cracked 6 more than Hayden.How many eggs did Sean crack? How many eggs did Hayden crack?<br />Sincerely, <br />SeanSeannoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-2633466533683944100.post-4711422203126734452014-10-01T20:07:34.025-07:002014-10-01T20:07:34.025-07:00Dear class,
I have a word problem. Sponge Bob and...Dear class,<br /><br />I have a word problem. Sponge Bob and Patrick are collecting seashells. All together they collected 89 seashells. Sponge Bob collected 11 more than Patrick. How many seashells did Sponge Bob collect? How many seashells did Patrick collect?<br /><br />Sincerely,<br />Sean Seannoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-2633466533683944100.post-13148577961967223192014-10-01T16:08:47.995-07:002014-10-01T16:08:47.995-07:00Dear Mrs.Yollis and class,
I have another problem...Dear Mrs.Yollis and class,<br /><br />I have another problem. <br /> Sunny and Jenny made 75 cupcakes.<br />Jenny made 13 more cupcakes than Sunny.<br />How many did Jenny make?<br />How many did Sunny make?<br /><br />Good Luck!<br /><br />Sincerely,<br />AshaAshanoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-2633466533683944100.post-84930581000303885402014-10-01T16:07:54.996-07:002014-10-01T16:07:54.996-07:00Dear Kayla,
I have the answer to your yummy candy...Dear Kayla,<br /><br />I have the answer to your yummy candy split problem.<br />Lily has bought 146 candies and Mindy bought 110 candies.<br /><br />I have a math problem for someone to solve.<br />Here is my problem.<br />Ruby and Coco make 84 necklaces.<br />Ruby made 24 more necklaces.<br />How many did Ruby make?<br />How many did Coco make?<br /><br />Try your best!<br /><br />Sincerely,<br />Asha<br /><br />Sincerly,<br /><br />Ashanoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-2633466533683944100.post-38417598675566093332014-10-01T15:02:28.927-07:002014-10-01T15:02:28.927-07:00Dear Sean,
I figured out your problem! Sean hit 3...Dear Sean,<br /><br />I figured out your problem! Sean hit 36 home runs and Nicholas hit 28 home runs. That equals 64 home runs altogether!<br /><br /><br />Your Baseball Loving Friend,<br />Nicholas<br />Go Angels!Nicholasnoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-2633466533683944100.post-78889754847987883022014-10-01T13:34:23.112-07:002014-10-01T13:34:23.112-07:00Dear Mrs. Yollis and class,
I am a student from a ...Dear Mrs. Yollis and class,<br />I am a student from a grade 5/6 class in London, ON, Canada. My class left a few Canadian word problems, but I didn't get to say mine. So here they are;<br /><br />1. Lucy and Emma have 40 apples. Lucy has 12 more apples than Emma. How many apples does Lucy have? How many apples does Emma have?<br /><br />2. Terry and Nikki have 25 pumpkins all together. Nikki has 13 more pumpkins than Terry. How many pumpkins does Nikki have? How many pumpkins does Terry have?<br /><br />Please check out my blog at www.learningin21.edublogs.org !<br /><br />Your Friend,<br />Stephenie!Stepheniehttp://www.learningin21.edublogs.orgnoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-2633466533683944100.post-88756089869637347772014-10-01T10:58:22.708-07:002014-10-01T10:58:22.708-07:00Dear Mrs. Yollis & Class,
First of all, let us...Dear Mrs. Yollis & Class,<br />First of all, let us tell you how much we enjoy visiting your blog. We are a class of Gr.5/6 students from London, Ontario Canada.<br />We would like to share with you a few word problems for you to try--with a Canadian twist!<br /><br />1. Mrs. Yollis has 60 bottles of maple syrup. Yum! Fred has 21 more than Mrs. Yollis. How many bottles does Fred have?<br /><br />2. Tim Horton and Don Cherry made 30 maple candies together. Tim Horton made 17 more than Don Cherry. How many did Tim make? How many did Don make?Mrs. Sullivan & Classhttp://www.learningin21.edublogs.orgnoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-2633466533683944100.post-85880940731306697342014-09-30T18:37:24.960-07:002014-09-30T18:37:24.960-07:00Dear Mrs. Yollis and class,
I have another proble...Dear Mrs. Yollis and class,<br /><br />I have another problem. <br />Sunny and Jenny made 75 cupcakes.<br />Jenny made 13 more cupcakes than Sunny.<br />How many did Jenny make?<br />How many did Sunny make?<br /><br />Good Luck!<br /><br />Sincerely,<br />Asha<br /><br /><br />Ashanoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-2633466533683944100.post-26747458650413851952014-09-30T18:03:18.971-07:002014-09-30T18:03:18.971-07:00Dear Mrs. Yollis and class,
I have got a problem f...Dear Mrs. Yollis and class,<br />I have got a problem for you guys to solve! James and Johnny have made 184 movies altogether. James has made 24 more movies than Johnny. How many movies has James made? How many movies has Johnny made?<br />Your Friend,<br />NicholasNicholasnoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-2633466533683944100.post-15570220024454839422014-09-30T16:23:45.763-07:002014-09-30T16:23:45.763-07:00Dear Mrs.Yollis,
I solved your math problem! We ...Dear Mrs.Yollis,<br /><br />I solved your math problem! We all know that Buck and Panda together jumped 23 feet so, I am thinking that Buck jumped 22 feet and Panda jumped 1 foot.<br /><br />If I am wrong, please respond back to me and if not, then see my own math problem.<br /><br />Warmly,<br />Kayla:]<br /><br />Kaylanoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-2633466533683944100.post-85510342318794615822014-09-30T08:33:19.129-07:002014-09-30T08:33:19.129-07:00Dear Sam.
I used my head and found out that Sam w...Dear Sam.<br /><br />I used my head and found out that Sam would have made 22 paintings and Mrs. Yollis made 15 paintings Intotal they both have 37. Make sure to check out my class blog!<br /><br />Thank you,<br />ChrisChristopherhttp://learningin21.edublogs.comnoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-2633466533683944100.post-63759939870229362652014-09-30T08:32:59.974-07:002014-09-30T08:32:59.974-07:00Dear Mrs. Yollis & class, i have a word proble...Dear Mrs. Yollis & class, i have a word problem for you,<br /><br />Chicken 1 lays 78 eggs in 1 year, Chicken 2 lays 63 egg in 1 year,<br /><br />how many more eggs does Chicken 1 lay in 1 year<br /><br />Come visit us at our blog:www. learningin21.edublogs.orgBraedanhttp://learningin21.edublogs.org/noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-2633466533683944100.post-37142509384473984452014-09-30T07:29:27.926-07:002014-09-30T07:29:27.926-07:00Dear Tabitha and the class,
I got your answer Bev...Dear Tabitha and the class,<br /><br />I got your answer Beverly has 75 and Panda has 79.<br />Now,I have a problem for someone to solve.<br /><br />Kiano and Nic both make 38 goals in soccer, Kiano makes 4 more goals.How many goals did they each make?<br />Good luck!Kianonoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-2633466533683944100.post-59339800798735341182014-09-29T20:08:50.136-07:002014-09-29T20:08:50.136-07:00Dear Kayla,
I have an answer to your math problem...Dear Kayla,<br /><br />I have an answer to your math problem. Lily bought 146 candies and Mindy bought 110 candies. Together they bought 256 candies. That is a lot of candies!<br /><br />Now, I have a math problem for someone to solve. <br /><br />Maggie and Molly, our Golden Retriever puppies, chewed up 58 sprinklers. Molly chewed up 32 more sprinklers than Maggie. How many sprinklers did Molly chew? How many sprinklers did Maggie chew? <br /><br />Good luck!<br /><br />Sincerely,<br />TyTynoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-2633466533683944100.post-39199820345618873612014-09-29T19:57:03.977-07:002014-09-29T19:57:03.977-07:00Dear Mrs. Yollis and class,
I've figured out ...Dear Mrs. Yollis and class,<br /><br />I've figured out problem 3. Amelia flew 44 flights and Bessie flew 36 flights.<br /><br />I have my own split the difference problem. Nic and Anonymous played 148 hand ball rounds in total. Nic played 12 more handball games than Anonymous. How many rounds did each of us play?<br /><br />Your pal,<br />Nic<br /><br />P.S. who do you think Anonymous is?<br /> Nicnoreply@blogger.com