A Journey Along the Erie Canal: Dividing Multidigit Numbers by a One-Digit Number Without Remainders
High interest math content correlated to National Math Standards as well as National Standards for social studies, science, music, and art
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40 per mile 75 tons 96 miles answer by dividing aqueduct Benjamin Wright boat called boat carry boat passed boat travel boats on original boats to carry bridge build the locks building the canal cabin canal boats Canal was built canal was completed canal workers carried boats moving chief engineer completed in 1825 cost days a week deck digging divide 150 tons entire canal Erie Canal farmer ship feet long feet wide find the answer Geddes earned haul higher level honesty and exactness Hudson River James Geddes journey laborers Lake Erie Lockport locks raise lrish machines to help miles from Utica miles long miles per hour Numbers original canal packet boat Passengers paid pounds Roberts's locks Rome Schenectady Seneca Chief Seneca River shipped 150 tons surveyor named tolls tons of wheat train from Albany trip wheat from Buffalo worker earned Wright earned York City York Harbor