# Common Core: 2nd Grade Math : Add up to Four Two-Digit Numbers: CCSS.Math.Content.2.NBT.B.6

## Example Questions

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### Example Question #1 : Add Up To Four Two Digit Numbers: Ccss.Math.Content.2.Nbt.B.6

Solve:

Explanation:

When we add with multi-digit numbers, we start with the numbers in the ones place, and then move to the left.

Let's add the digits in the ones place:

Because the sum is greater than , we have to carry the  to the tens place. So far, your work should look like the following:

Next, we add the numbers in the tens position, including the  that was carried over:

Let's add the digits in the tens place:

### Example Question #2 : Add Up To Four Two Digit Numbers: Ccss.Math.Content.2.Nbt.B.6

Solve:

Explanation:

When we add with multi-digit numbers, we start with the numbers in the ones place, and then move to the left.

Let's add the digits in the ones place:

Because the sum is greater than , we have to carry the  to the tens place. So far, your work should look like the following:

Next, we add the numbers in the tens position, including the  that was carried over:

Let's add the digits in the tens place:

### Example Question #3 : Add Up To Four Two Digit Numbers: Ccss.Math.Content.2.Nbt.B.6

Solve:

Explanation:

When we add with multi-digit numbers, we start with the numbers in the ones place, and then move to the left.

Let's add the digits in the ones place:

Because the sum is greater than , we have to carry the  to the tens place. So far, your work should look like the following:

Next, we add the numbers in the tens position, including the  that was carried over:

Let's add the digits in the tens place:

### Example Question #4 : Add Up To Four Two Digit Numbers: Ccss.Math.Content.2.Nbt.B.6

Solve:

Explanation:

When we add with multi-digit numbers, we start with the numbers in the ones place, and then move to the left.

Let's add the digits in the ones place:

Because the sum is greater than , we have to carry the  to the tens place. So far, your work should look like the following:

Next, we add the numbers in the tens position, including the  that was carried over:

Let's add the digits in the tens place:

### Example Question #5 : Add Up To Four Two Digit Numbers: Ccss.Math.Content.2.Nbt.B.6

Solve:

Explanation:

When we add with multi-digit numbers, we start with the numbers in the ones place, and then move to the left.

Let's add the digits in the ones place:

Because the sum is greater than , we have to carry the  to the tens place. So far, your work should look like the following:

Next, we add the numbers in the tens position, including the  that was carried over:

Let's add the digits in the tens place:

### Example Question #6 : Add Up To Four Two Digit Numbers: Ccss.Math.Content.2.Nbt.B.6

Solve:

Explanation:

When we add with multi-digit numbers, we start with the numbers in the ones place, and then move to the left.

Let's add the digits in the ones place:

Because the sum is greater than , we have to carry the  to the tens place. So far, your work should look like the following:

Next, we add the numbers in the tens position, including the  that was carried over:

Let's add the digits in the tens place:

### Example Question #7 : Add Up To Four Two Digit Numbers: Ccss.Math.Content.2.Nbt.B.6

Solve:

Explanation:

When we add with multi-digit numbers, we start with the numbers in the ones place, and then move to the left.

Let's add the digits in the ones place:

Because the sum is greater than , we have to carry the  to the tens place. So far, your work should look like the following:

Next, we add the numbers in the tens position, including the  that was carried over:

Let's add the digits in the tens place:

### Example Question #8 : Add Up To Four Two Digit Numbers: Ccss.Math.Content.2.Nbt.B.6

Solve:

Explanation:

When we add with multi-digit numbers, we start with the numbers in the ones place, and then move to the left.

Let's add the digits in the ones place:

Because the sum is greater than , we have to carry the  to the tens place. So far, your work should look like the following:

Next, we add the numbers in the tens position, including the  that was carried over:

Let's add the digits in the tens place:

### Example Question #9 : Add Up To Four Two Digit Numbers: Ccss.Math.Content.2.Nbt.B.6

Solve:

Explanation:

When we add with multi-digit numbers, we start with the numbers in the ones place, and then move to the left.

Let's add the digits in the ones place:

Because the sum is greater than , we have to carry the  to the tens place. So far, your work should look like the following:

Next, we add the numbers in the tens position, including the  that was carried over:

Let's add the digits in the tens place:

### Example Question #10 : Add Up To Four Two Digit Numbers: Ccss.Math.Content.2.Nbt.B.6

Solve:

Explanation:

When we add with multi-digit numbers, we start with the numbers in the ones place, and then move to the left.

Let's add the digits in the ones place:

Because the sum is greater than , we have to carry the  to the tens place. So far, your work should look like the following:

Next, we add the numbers in the tens position, including the  that was carried over:

Let's add the digits in the tens place: