# How To Solve Multi Step Problems

RELATED TEAS NUMBERS & ALGEBRA CONTENT: Alene Burke RN, MSN is a nationally recognized nursing educator.She began her work career as an elementary school teacher in New York City and later attended Queensborough Community College for her associate degree in nursing.

A nurse is taking care of your mother in the hospital because she has a fever and pneumonia.

She is getting an injection of an antibiotic every 8 hours.

”\n The next step that you go to\n Is identify the pieces of the problem.\n I look out for the numbers, units and operations,\n I underline ’em: there, there,\n There, there, yeah.\n\n Then, I look back to see what information I don’t need,\n The party’s Saturday; that’s not important to me.\n It could be Tuesday, not gonna affect the cost,\n I take that line, and I cross it off.\n Next, I plan my that it wants to be:\n25 (5 x 2) (5 x 8)\n Then I solve it, put my math to the test,\n My order of operations skills is getting flexed.\n I think you get it, I’m not gonna rap the rest,\n But you can see the problem getting solved, check, check.\n Kendra spent 75 bucks,\n I wonder how long it took her to save it up.\n Last, we check the work, ask: does it make sense?

\n And is there logic in the answer that we’re getting?

A word problem is a few sentences describing a 'real-life' scenario where a problem needs to be solved by way of a mathematical calculation.

Word or story problems are seen as a crucial part of learning in the primary curriculum, because they require children to apply their knowledge of various different concepts to 'real-life' scenarios.

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\n A ,\n Like, Pavel out here making burgers, but he's on vacation.\n He’s with three buddies: Jay, Chopp and Peach Fuzz,\n He wants to make two burgers for each one.\n Next is the question, what is being asked, OK:\n How many burgers does Pavel have to make?

The children will have this milk with their cookies, after their main meal of spaghetti and meatballs.

Because there are 5 cups per quart, how many quarts of milk should you purchase for this church holiday party?