Simple Math

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Discipline:
Math
Subject:
Number Operations
Grade:
1,2,3

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Simple Math

Simple Math

Subtracting Single-DigitsExample: Subtract 6 - 3First, draw 6 lines.IIIIIINow take away 3 of the 6 lines you just drew. How many lines are you left with?IIIIII subtract III equals IIIYou are left with three! Therefore, 6 - 3 = 3.

Adding Single-DigitsExample: Add 3 + 2First, draw 3 lines.IIIThen, draw 2 lines.IINow, put them together and count.IIIIIThis equals five!Therefore, 3 + 2 = 5.

Adding and Subtracting Single-Digit Numbers

Multiplying and Dividing Single-Digit Numbers

Multiplying Single-DigitsExample: Multiply 4 x 2First, make 2 sets of 4.IIII IIIINow, see how many lines make up 2 sets of 4.IIIIIIIIThis equals eight! Therefore, 4 x 2 = 8

Dividing Single-DigitsExample: Divide 9 ÷ 3First take the number 9.IIIIIIIIINow, separate that into 3 equal groups.III III IIIHow many lines are in each group? Three! Therefore,9 ÷ 3 = 3.


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