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Clue Words

Clue Words for Word Problems

all together addition
times multiplication
how much more (taller, bigger) subtraction
sum addition
quotient of division
difference subtraction
divided by division
in all addition
decreased by subtraction
each (grouping or sharing something equally) division
split division
multiplied, doubled,tripled multiply
subtract subtraction
separated division
total addition
add additon
have left subtraction
cut up division
cut off subtraction
less than subtraction
into parts division
Of (how much is x of x?) multiplication
as much division
both addition
increased by addition
how many of x go into x division
making more or less of something (example: increasing or decreasing the number of batches for a recipe means we multiply the ingredients by the number of batches or by the fraction of a batch) multiplication
fewer subtraction
plus addition
remain subtraction
Created by: bpoland5