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Many websites offer free dictionaries, including Wiktionary, The Free Dictionary and Merriam-Webster. These websites allow users to see the definitions of most words in the English language.

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A word problem calculator is a mathematics calculator that can calculate word problems, such as "If Morgan has 10 jacks and Molly has 6 jacks, and then Molly gave 2 jacks to Morgan, how many more jacks does Morgan have than Molly?" The word problem does not need to be t...

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AbiWord, Jarte, Google Docs and Apache OpenOffice Writer are all free word processing programs. Some of the applications are available for online use, while others are downloaded directly to a computer.

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An example of an addition word problem is as follows: John has $800 in his checking account. He receives a check for $1,200. How much money does he have in his checking account after depositing the check?

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One example of a unit rate word problem is, "If Sam jogs 10 miles in 2 hours, how many miles does he jog in 1 hour?" Another is, "Leah bought 3/4 pound of candy for $1.80. How much does 1 pound of candy cost?" A third example is, "It takes 30 minutes for five people to ...

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Play free versions of "Flip Words" at MSN.com and Miniclip.com, as of January 2016. Visitors to MSN.com must download the game and watch a short commercial before they can start playing.

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An example of a ratio word problem is: "In a bag of candy, there is a ratio of red to green candies of 3:4. If the bag contains 120 pieces of candy, how many red candies are there?" Another example of a ratio word problem is: "A recipe calls for 5 cups of flour for ever...