...at 9:17 pm traveling at a speed of 27 mph and another train leaves Cleavland at 4:53 am traveling at 43 mph, what will the temperature be in Caracas in July?
When I was in first grade we had word problems to solve. BabyGirl has word problems to solve.
When I was in first grade the problems read: "Billy has 2 cookies. He gave one cookie to Amy. How many cookies does Billy have now?" or "Jenny has 3 dolls. She got 2 new dolls for her birthday. How many dolls does Jenny have now?" or occasionally "Juan bought 5 donuts at the store. He shared 2 donuts with Ann. How many donuts does Juan have left?"
BabyGirl's word problems read: "Donaphun has three dimes & 1 penny. How much money does Donaphan have?" or "Lucio has 4 pairs of shoes. How many shoes does Lucio have all together?" or "Joaquin had 3 pieces of gum. He gave Natsumi a piece of gum. How many pieces of gum does Joaquin have left?" or "Abdul had two pencils. Kai Lan gave him 4 more pencils. Guillermo gave him 2 pencils. How many pencils does Abdul have now?"
When did this happen? I'm pretty sure there were Guillermos, Abduls, and Joaquins 25 years ago. Why did we only get Ann, Billy, and Jenny? And what happened to pour Juan...it took us all of first grade to learn how to pronounce his name correctly, and they just dumped him?