# Common Core: 1st Grade Math : Use Properties of Operations to Add and Subtract: CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.1.OA.B.3

## Example Questions

### Example Question #11 : Common Core Math: Grade 1

Which is an example of commutative property?

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Explanation:

The commutative property says that you can add the numbers in any order and still get the same answer.  and  both equal

### Example Question #12 : Common Core Math: Grade 1

Which is an example of commutative property?

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Explanation:

The commutative property says that you can add the numbers in any order and still get the same answer  and  both equal

### Example Question #13 : Common Core Math: Grade 1

Which is an example of associative property?

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Explanation:

The associative property says that you can group a set of numbers in a series, and still get the same answer. If we group  to get , and then add  we get a sum of

### Example Question #1131 : Operations

Which is an example of associative property?

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Explanation:

The associative property says that you can group a set of numbers in a series, and still get the same answer. If we group  to get , and then add  we get a sum of

### Example Question #11 : Operations & Algebraic Thinking

Which is an example of associative property?

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and

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Explanation:

The associative property says that you can group a set of numbers in a series, and still get the same answer. If we group to get , and then add  we get a sum of

### Example Question #11 : Operations & Algebraic Thinking

Which is an example of associative property?

and

and

and

and

and

Explanation:

The associative property says that you can group a set of numbers in a series, and still get the same answer. If we group  to get , and then add we get a sum of

### Example Question #12 : Operations & Algebraic Thinking

Which is an example of associative property?

and

and

and

and

and

Explanation:

The associative property says that you can group a set of numbers in a series, and still get the same answer. If we group  to get , and then add  we get a sum of

### Example Question #18 : Common Core Math: Grade 1

If , then __________

Explanation:

This is an example of commutative property. Commutative property of addition means that you can change the order of the smallest two numbers when adding, and it will always equal the biggest number.

### Example Question #17 : Common Core Math: Grade 1

If , then __________

Explanation:

This is an example of commutative property. Commutative property of addition means that you can change the order of the smallest two numbers when adding, and it will always equal the biggest number.

### Example Question #18 : Common Core Math: Grade 1

If , then __________