Unit 3, part 1 highlights:
*decimal addition and subtraction with missing numbers
*pre-multiplication of decimal story problems (Students draw out the solutions so when the algorithm is introduced the decimal placement will be easier to understand.)
*Word problems with simple percentages (sales tax at the dollar store) and addition and subtraction of decimals
*Adding three decimal numbers
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