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RUCCSC. RUCCSC. is a smart plan for solving story problems because it forces you to slow down and focus!. R. ead EVERY WORD of the problem CAREFULLY! You need to comprehend what is happening in the story so you can determine how to solve the problem. Picture the story in your mind. Which mathematical operation should you use? How many steps are there?.

Gabr’l Stackhouse. April 25, 2015. Purpose. To strengthen the teaching and learning of addition and subtraction word problems in kindergarten, first, and second grade classrooms.. Learning Goals. To understand why students think addition means “join together” and subtraction means “take away.”.

MS. KAISER’S 3RD GRADE CLASS. 2011-2012. M&M PRACTICE. Supplies:. 1 bag of M&M candies. 1 M&M addition sheet . 1 M&M subtraction sheet. (If you didn’t take extras home, you may print one of each from Ms. Kaiser’s website).

Storing Negative Integers. Another method is . 2s Complement. 64. 32. 16. 8. 4. 2. 1. 128. -128. 1. 0. 1. 1. 0. 1. 0. 1. -75. -128 32 16 4 1=-75. 2s Complement Conversion. -117. Stage 1 : work out 117 in binary.

2. -9 + 4 =. -5. -17+(-3)=. -20. When we subtract. . We start with the number on the left. . Move that many numbers to the left or right depending on if it is negative or positive. . Since we are subtracting, we use the .

with . Regrouping. -. 1. Look at the ones.. Ask:. “Can we take 3 away from 2?”. 8 2. -. 5 3. If we can’t, then we have to regroup.. 2. Regroup as needed.. 8 2. -. 5 3. 1. st. : . Go next door to the tens and take one away..

Patterns and Algebra . 21 . EVEN: 2 4 6 8 . 0. ODD: 1 3 . 5. . 7. . 9. 6 + 8 = 14. Addition and Subtraction 25. Patterns and Algebra . 21 . 8 – 6 = 2. Addition and Subtraction 25. Patterns and Algebra .

Outline. Arithmetic Operations (Section 1.2). Addition. Subtraction. Multiplication. Complements (Section 1.5). 1’s complement. 2’s complement. Signed Binary Numbers (Section 1.6). 2’s complement.

Lesson 2.5. In the diagram above, AB = CD.. Do you think that AC = BD?. Suppose that BC were 3cm. Would AC = BD?. If AB = CD, does the length of BC have any effect on whether . AC = BD?. A. C. B. D.

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Fact Practice. created by. The Curriculum Corner. 5 8 = ____. a. 11. b. 12. c. 13. Try again!. Click here to go back to the problem.. Great work!. Click here to go to the next problem.. 4 2 = ____.

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Addition & SubtractionFact Practice

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5 + 8 = ____

a. 11

b. 12

c. 13Slide3

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Great work!

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4 + 2 = ____

a. 6

b. 7

c. 8Slide6

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9 + 10 = ____

a. 17

b. 18

c. 19Slide9

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8 + 6 = ____

a. 16

b. 15

c. 14Slide12

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5 + 4 = ____

a. 8

b. 9

c. 10Slide15

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3 + 6 = ____

a. 8

b. 9

c. 10Slide18

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7 + 7 = ____

a. 13

b. 14

c. 15Slide21

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4 + 8 = ____

a. 13

b. 12

c. 11Slide24

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Keep up the good work!

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8 + 7 = ____

a. 15

b. 16

c. 17Slide27

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Marvelous!

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10 + 5 = ____

a. 13

b. 14

c. 15Slide30

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4 + 4 = ____

a. 7

b. 8

c. 9Slide33

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Good thinking!

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9 + 5 = ____

a. 13

b. 14

c. 15Slide36

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Super work!

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16 - 7 = ____

a. 7

b. 8

c. 9Slide39

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8 - 2 = ____

a. 6

b. 7

c. 8Slide42

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14 - 4 = ____

a. 10

b. 11

c. 12Slide45

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Terrific!

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10 - 3 = ____

a. 6

b. 7

c. 8Slide48

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Magnificent!

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16 - 8 = ____

a. 9

b. 8

c. 7Slide51

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Great thinking!

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13 - 7 = ____

a. 6

b. 7

c. 8Slide54

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9 - 4 = ____

a. 5

b. 6

c. 7Slide57

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12 - 5 = ____

a. 6

b. 7

c. 8Slide60

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7 - 4 = ____

a. 3

b. 4

c. 5Slide63

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16 - 8 = ____

a. 8

b. 9

c. 10Slide66

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Awesome!

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6 - 2 = ____

a. 3

b. 4

c. 5Slide69

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17 - 9 = ____

a. 9

b. 8

c. 7Slide72

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