Manga Math Mysteries 8: The Runaway Puppy: A Mystery with by Lydia Barriman

By Lydia Barriman

After the fence gate was once left unlatched, Amy's playful new dog, Brada, has escaped! the opposite young ones are looking to aid Amy and her mom and dad search for Brada. yet to discover her speedy, they are going to have to determine the place she was once probably to head. they're going to use what they learn about the place she had long past within the past?and probability?to find... The Runaway dog.

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Your mom didn’t find her, either. She’s going to look at the dog park. 38 I don’t think she’s there. Don’t give up hope, Amy. We’ll find her. We thought Brada would be most likely to go to the place she’d visited most because she was scared. That’s not what I mean. X X Dog Park 2_ 13 She only went to the school yard on 1 of the 13 trips, so the chance of her going back there seemed the lowest. But Brada likes to explore. Maybe she’d be most likely to go to the place she’d been to the least. X X X Dhruv’s House 3_ 13 X X X X X Walking Trail 5_ 13 X X Karen’s House 2 _ 13 X School Yard 1 _ 13 X X X X X X X X X Dog X Park Dhruv’s W X X a lking House 2 _ X Karen’s Trail 3 13 _ S c h House ool 5 13 _ Yard 13 2 _ 13 You guys go to the Dog park.

We got to Brada just as someone else was about to drive away with her. Having the bar chart helped us make decisions quickly. Otherwise, we might not have found Brada in time. 45 I have one more problem for all of you. I have some ice cream in the freezer. Do you think it’s likely that everyone will want dessert? I think that’s almost certain! 46 The Authors Melinda Thielbar is a teacher who has written math courses for all ages, from kids to adults. ” She lives in Raleigh, North Carolina, with her husband, author and video game programmer Richard Dansky, and their two cats.

Hi, kids! It’s so nice to see you. What’s wrong? Mom, Brada’s gone! Oh no! It’s all my fault. I forgot to latch the gate. 28 Don’t be so hard on yourself, Amy. fu. me .. We’re We’re really really proud proud of of allall you’re you’re doing. doing. … or … or when when they’re they’re hungry. hungry. Let’s Let’s have have some some pizza. pizza. YouYou kids kids tell tell us us where where you’ve you’ve looked, looked, andand we’ll we’ll figure figure outout what what to to do do next. next. ButBut maybe maybe you’re you’re doing doing tootoo much.

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