Integer Word Problem Worksheets
How to Outline a Math Word Problem Are math word problems troubling you again? And are you unsure of what you need to do to solve them, or is your brain telling you that you can't do this? If you don't know where to begin, the easiest solution is to properly plan how you can solve your word problem. When you have a strategy in your head, it becomes easier to solve the problem. With a proper strategy, even the most difficult of all problems can be solved. Let's take a look at how you can tackle the most difficult word problem. here is what you need to do: Read through the problem very carefully. Underline the words that you think are important clues that can help you in solving the problem. Take a look at the important facts that are provided. Look at what you need to find out. You will have to use variables that need to be changed into mathematical symbols. Identify the information that is relevant to the problem. Solve!

Basic Lesson
Demonstrates taking a variable, writing an equation, and solving the equation. Consecutive integers follow one right after another in order. For example 3, 4, and 5 are three consecutive integers. If we let x represent the first integer, look at 3, 4, and 5 (note that 4 is one more than 3, the first integer). The second consecutive integer is represented by x+1. The third consecutive integer is represented by x+2 (note that 5 is two more than 3, the first integer)
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Independent Practice 1
The sum of six and three time a number equals thirty‐three. Find the number. The answers can be found below.
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Independent Practice 2
Example: Find three consecutive integers that have the sum of twenty‐one.
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Homework Worksheet
Consecutive integers follow one right after another in order For example 3,4 and 5 are three consecutive integers.
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Words of Descartes
"Perfect numbers like perfect men are very rare."