Common Core: Kindergarten Math : Decompose Numbers Less Than or Equal to 10 into Pairs: CCSS.Math.Content.K.OA.A.3

Example Questions

Example Question #621 : Common Core Math: Kindergarten

Which math problem equals ?

Explanation:

and  both equal  so they are equal.

Example Question #622 : Common Core Math: Kindergarten

Which math problem equals ?

Explanation:

and  both equal  so they are equal.

Example Question #623 : Common Core Math: Kindergarten

Which math problem equals ?

Explanation:

and  both equal  so they are equal.

Example Question #624 : Common Core Math: Kindergarten

Which math problem equals ?

Explanation:

and  both equal  so they are equal.

Example Question #625 : Common Core Math: Kindergarten

Which math problem equals ?

Explanation:

and  both equal  so they are equal.

Example Question #1 : Decompose Numbers Less Than Or Equal To 10 Into Pairs: Ccss.Math.Content.K.Oa.A.3

Which math problem equals ?

Explanation:

and  both equal  so they are equal.

Example Question #631 : Common Core Math: Kindergarten

Which math problem equals ?

Explanation:

and  both equal  so they are equal.

Example Question #1 : Decompose Numbers Less Than Or Equal To 10 Into Pairs: Ccss.Math.Content.K.Oa.A.3

Which equation equals ?

Explanation:

and  both equal  so they are equal.

Example Question #1 : Decompose Numbers Less Than Or Equal To 10 Into Pairs: Ccss.Math.Content.K.Oa.A.3

Which math problem equals ?

Explanation:

and  both equal  so they are equal.

Example Question #1591 : How To Add

Which math problem equals ?