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Solve It Friday- Task #28

**Here's how Solve It! Friday works:**
1. Each Friday morning (at 12:00 AM Central Time), I will post one problem-solving task. **Note: **In some cases, I may post more than one version of the task to reach a wider variety of grades.
2. Before the next Friday, use the task with your students.
3. Have students solve the problems individually or with a group.
4. Individual students or student groups create posters using numbers, pictures, and words to illustrate the solutions. **Note:** The blank backs of old book covers make great poster paper!
5. Either via a math talk session or a gallery walk, be sure to have students share their responses with other students.

I would love to see your students' responses and showcase them on social media. Please post your students' responses to Twitter using the hashtag #RMTSolveIt(week number). For privacy, please be sure that students' names and other identifying information is located on the back of the poster. Be sure to check out other classes' solutions using the same hashtag to filter the Twitter results.

I look forward to seeing your students' work! Thanks for sharing!

**Solution: **The real beauty of this task is in the process. Please emphasize that with your students. It may take some time to solve this problem. Validate their efforts and ask questions to move them in a different direction if needed. For your convenience, I have provided the solution below:

**#RMTSolveItWeek28: **Each part of the process took 10 minutes. **Note:** Consider using a visual model to help students understand this problem. First, divide 60 minutes into six equal parts, or 10 minutes each. Then, divide 50 minutes into five equal parts, or 10 minutes each. Next, divide 40 minutes into four equal parts, or 10 minutes each. Then divide 30 minutes into three equal parts, or 10 minutes each. Finally, divide 20 minutes into two equal parts, or 10 minutes each. There are 10 minutes remaining.

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