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Example Question #5 : Whole Numbers
If I had in the bank and deposited an additonal today, how much do I have in total?
1. Add the ones places:
2. Add the tens places:
***don't forget to put the 3 down and carry the one to the hundreds place***
3. Add the hundreds place:
This makes your total:
Example Question #6 : Whole Numbers
Find the sum.
First add the digits in the ones colume, this would be . Make sure to carry the 1 from the 17 to the tens colume.
Then add the digits in the tens colume, this would be .
Lastly, add the digits in the hundrends colume, this would be
Therefore the result is as follows:
Example Question #7 : Whole Numbers
What is the solution of the above operation?
We can see this because if we had 5 (represented by ) and add another 2 objects (represented by ) we should get 7 objects ( and ) total.
We have 7 objects total!
Example Question #8 : Whole Numbers
What is the solution of the above equation?
If x represents objects.
We can see that 11 objects result.
Example Question #11 : Operations With Whole Numbers
For the following questions, please select the answer that most correctly completes the equation.
Tens digit: (leave the two at the tens, carry the one to the hundreds digit)
Hundreds digit: , add the one from the tens digit, so you get 5 + 1 = 6