Presidential Duties Worksheet

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Presidents have a lot of duties and are busy in meetings or signing bills all day long! Use this worksheet to review these important presidential duties, while solving a couple realistic multiplication word problems along the way! Carefully read through each passage and first determine which equation matches the one described in the word problem. Finally, solve the problem by finding the product, and circle the correct answer for each!

Required skills:
To resolve this worksheet, students should have knowledge of basic multiplication and reading comprehension skills. They should have an understanding of how to read a passage and use critical thinking skills to determine which equation matches the word problem before solving it by finding the product. Additionally, students should know about the various duties of the President.

Grade 3

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