## Translating Word Statements to Math

Translating Word Statements to Math
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4113 views, 19 ratings - 00:07:01
Part of video series Translating word statements
Taught by muchomath

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Sum and difference word statements are written using numbers and math symbols.

• How do you translate word statements to math?
• How do you write a word statement as a math expression?
• What order do are numbers written in a word statement?
• How do you write the sum of 3 and 8 in a math expression?
• How do you write the difference of 3 and 5?
This video explains how to take a statement such as "the sum of 5 and 3" and translate it into 5 + 3. Also explained are difference statements. This is an area where students often switch the numbers or forget what sum and difference mean. Finally, the word “is” is introduced as equals.
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Reviewed by MathVids Staff on December 23, 2008.
This vido and the others is a good tool. Wish we had them when I was a kid. well done you got me to chuckle.
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Reviewed by pwm on February 24, 2011.
They made it easy to understand. Simple but informative.
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Reviewed by happy123 on February 27, 2011.
this video was pretty much the same video as the other two not very much more to learn from this video.
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Reviewed by m blanks on February 28, 2011.
a little slow at first with charlie fooling around but them it got better
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Reviewed by maygunn on February 28, 2011.
The video commented on how to translate statement sentences into mathematical equations. It is another easy to understand video that can be a great help when it comes to studying and understanding word problems.
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Reviewed by mourg22 on March 01, 2011.
effective in teaching how to translate word statements but i dont like the narrartor because he is annoying and i can not concentrate on my work.
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Reviewed by johnnobles on March 01, 2011.
The video is great for begginers they make it easy to understand and entertaining.
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Reviewed by kay_10 on March 08, 2011.
Another well rounded video geared towards intro to algebra students.
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Reviewed by eremoy on March 10, 2011.
This website is great and informative. Explains in detail and easy to understand. I will use this with my children. Thank you, Melissa
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Reviewed by calfan on March 21, 2011.
This video is real helpful on showing you how to turn a regular word problem into a equation.
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Reviewed by castaneda on February 27, 2012.
this video is good for beginners, and helpful like the other two.
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Reviewed by mcastaneda1 on February 27, 2012.
This video was much like the other two. Until I saw this video I didn't remember is translates to =.
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Reviewed by ivanakurak on March 19, 2012.
It was a good video for beginners and it was good that they kept it short and to the point.
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Reviewed by ☼_☼ on September 27, 2012.
Helpful and fun!
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Reviewed by BrookTooker on September 27, 2012.