Problem 16

The stone worker wanted to know how many stones it takes to build a hexagonal building with each side the same size. Each side takes 209 stones. How many stones would it take altogether?

Step 1

What does the problem ask you to find?

A. How many stones does it take to build a wall?

B. How many stones does it take to build 4 walls?

C. How many stones does it take to build 6 walls?

D. How many stones does it take to build 8 walls?

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Step 2 What information is needed to solve the problem?

A. The number of stoneworkers.

B. The number of stones needed for each wall.

C. The amount of time it takes to build a wall.

D. The number of walls.

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Step 3 Select the correct expression.

A. 209 ¸ 6

B. 209 x 6

C. 209 x 4

D. 209 + 6

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Step 4. Select the correct solution.

A. 34 r. 5

B. 1254

C. 836

D. 215

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