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### Course: 3rd grade (Eureka Math/EngageNY) > Unit 2

Lesson 1: Topic A: Time measurement and problem solving- Telling time (labeled clock)
- Telling time on a clock
- Telling time (unlabeled clock)
- Telling time on a number line
- Telling time to the nearest minute (labeled clock)
- Telling time to the nearest minute (unlabeled clock)
- Tell time to the nearest minute
- Telling time review
- Time differences example
- Time differences (within 60 minutes)
- Telling time with number line
- Tell time on the number line
- Time word problems with number line
- Time word problem: puzzle
- Time word problem: travel time
- Telling time word problems (within the hour)

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# Time word problem: puzzle

Lindsay finds out how long it took to solve a puzzle when given the start and finish time. Created by Lindsay Spears.

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## Video transcript

- [Voiceover] Amelia
started a puzzle at 12:56 pm and solved it at 1:33 pm. How long did it take
Amelia to solve the puzzle? So we can see she started at 12:56 pm and ended at 1:33 pm. These are both pm and we'll
assume on the same day, so that means it didn't take all the way from morning to night. They're both afternoon. So she started at 12:56 and we want to know how long it takes to get to 1:33 when she
finished the puzzle. Well, from 12:56 to 1:00 pm, we can figure out how long that is. That's only four minutes,
there's only four minutes between 12:56 and 1:00, and then to get from 1:00
all the way to 1:33 pm, is another 33 minutes, so Amelia worked for four minutes, plus another 33 minutes after one o'clock. She worked for four minutes before 1:00, 33 minutes after one, so
she worked for a total of 37 minutes on her
puzzle before solving it.