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Addition number names within 100
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Addition with 3 digit numbers within 1,000
Addition number names within 100
Addition word problem in metric distance
Addition word problem in imperial distance
Addition word problem in metric weight
Addition word problem in imperial weight
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Addition word problem in imperial volume
47
more than
17
equals
Answer
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Hint
Can you answer 10 correctly?
The sum of 47 and 17 is
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+10
+7
47
57
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When adding numbers, it can be helpful to decompose the second number using the place value method and then use the arrow method to grow the first number by each place value
For example, if we have 225 + 653
Decompose 653 into 6 hundreds, 5 tens, and 3 ones
Grow 225 by +600 (=825)
Grow 825 by +50 (=875)
Grow 875 by +3 (=878)
Strategies:
Arrow Method
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Break Apart
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Compensation
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Place-Value Chart