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These worksheets are primarily division word problems that introduce remainders.
These key words aren't a sure-fire way to know what to do with a problem, but they can be a useful starting point.
For example, phrases like 'combined,' 'total,' 'together' or 'sum' are very often signals that the problem is going to involve addition.
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These worksheets include only multiplication story problems; see worksheets in the following sections for mixed operations.
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Subtraction word problems very often use words such as 'difference,' 'less,' or 'decrease' in their wording.
Word problems for younger kids will also use verbs like 'gave' or 'shared' as a stand-in for subtraction.