What Makes a Number Sentence True or False? – Practice Problems

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Constructing a number sentence from a real world situation is a critical step in using mathematics in everyday life. Checking the validity of a number sentence, which can either be an equation or an inequality, is an important skill to develop. The proper recognition and understanding of the relationship that exists among the components of a number sentence is the key in developing and strengthening one’s problem-solving and analytical skills. Learn what makes a number sentence true or false by helping Zippy find his dog, Scrumpy, who ran into an old abandoned amusement park as he figures out the truth of the number sentences written on the electrical box and the ferris wheel’s control panel. Common Core Reference: CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.6.EE.B.5

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Exercises in this Practice Problem
Identify the false number sentences.
Analyze the number sentences.
Determine which numbers make the number sentences true.
Find the mistakes.
Categorize the different kinds of number sentences.
Determine the relation sign to make the number sentence true.