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The first strategy is to understand the language content of the problem.
The second is recognizing that a science word problem is an application of algebra. Third, the values described in the problem are interconnected.
Fourth, determine the appropriate algebraic equation for the problem. Finally, document the entire problem solving process. Successfully completing science word problems require well reading comprehension skills. Word problem solvers cannot effectively complete the word problem without understanding the problem itself. Word problems in science are applications of algebraic expressions, or equations. Good word problem solvers distinguish between the given in the problem and the value, which is to be calculated. Successful science word problem solvers see how the mathematical expressions in the statements are interconnected to each other. Successful problem solvers determine the appropriate algebraic expression, or equation, for the problem. Successful problem solvers document their thinking process by writing out each step that he uses to solve the problem.
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