Math Thinking and POWER Score:
/20
Thinking Problem
–
10 points
(8 points awarded for logical work shown and 2 points awarded for
correct solution.)
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sheet of paper!
Which Order?
Use +, -, x, or
÷
without changing the order of the digits, and work from
left to right to make the math sentence below into a true statement.
Remember to use Order of Operations! You may only use each
operation once.
6
3
5
7
=
17
Name:
POWER Problem
–
10 points
(8 points awarded for logical work shown and 2 points awarded for
correct solution.)
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Megan’s
Dog
Megan’s
mother said that she would pay her $2.00 for every week she
walked the dog. Megan would pay her mother $1.00 for every week she
didn’t
walk the dog. At the end of 12 weeks,
Megan’s
mother paid her
$15.00. How many of those weeks did she walk the dog?
She walked the dog
weeks.
Week of August 22
nd
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Week 1

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Math Thinking and POWER Score:
/20
Name:
Thinking Problem
–
10 points
(8 points awarded for logical work shown and 2 points awarded for
correct solution.)
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sheet of paper!
Magic Triangle
Place the numbers 1 to 6 in the circles so that each side has a sum of
11.
POWER Problem
–
10 points
(8 points awarded for logical work shown and 2 points awarded for
correct solution.)
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Mystery Number
The number is greater than 6 X 7, less than 9 X 9, a multiple of 3, an
even number, a multiple of 8 and not a multiple of 9. What is the number?
The mystery number is
.
Week of August 29
th
–
Week 2

Math Thinking and POWER Score:
/20
Name:
Thinking Problem
–
10 points
(8 points awarded for logical work shown and 2 points awarded for
correct solution.)
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Consecutive
Numbers?
Place the numbers 1 to 8 in the spaces so that no two consecutive
numbers touch on a side or a corner. Consecutive numbers are numbers
that appear right next to one another on a number line such as 9 and
10 or 23 and 24.
POWER Problem
–
10 points
(8 points awarded for logical work shown and 2 points awarded for
correct solution.)
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sheet of paper!
Can You Spare the Change?
Jason has six coins that add up to $1.15. He cannot make change for a
dollar, a half dollar, a dime or a nickel. What are the six coins?
(HINT: You can have more than one of the same coin.)
The
six
coins
are:
Week of September 5
th
–
Week 3

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