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Group the addends so that you can add mentally 2013-10-01
From monica:
the questions in the homework says change the order or group the addends so that you can add mentally ,find the sum and tell which property you used 120+37+280 and 25+25+30
Answered by Penny Nom.
Three addends that sum to ten 2008-09-13
From Alfred:
How many probabilities are there to have 3 addends to get a sum of 10? What is the formula?
Answered by Harley Weston.
Grouping addends 2008-09-13
From juan:
how do you group the addends then find the sum: 2+4+6=
Answered by Penny Nom.
Addends 2007-11-27
From jessica:
what is a addends my son needs to write a number sentence that has two addends that are the same
Answered by Stephen La Rocque.
Number sentences 2007-09-15
From jen:
list the addition number sentences that can be written using two sets of cards with the numbers 5 6 and 7. which number sentences have the same addends but show a different order?,,,,,,,,,,,,,,Ithis is for my son in 3rd grade and for the life of us we can't figure it out,,thanks for this elementary help
Answered by Harley Weston.
How to add three addends 2005-09-28
From Patricia:

explaination of how to add three addends if you use a double to add or if you use a sum of 10


Answered by Baul Betts and Penny Nom.
The language of subtraction 2005-09-26
From Chris:
When you have an addition problem you have two addends that equal a sum. Therefore . . .

I know the answer to a subtraction problem is the difference - what is the name of the numbers that make up a subtraction problem?

Answered by Diane Hanson and Harley Weston.



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