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100

Sum

100

Round 156 to the nearest 100.

200

100

852

100

Henry took his collection of baseball cards outside to recess. He has 463 cards in his collection. While outside he lost 178 of his baseball cards. How many cards are in his collection now?

285 baseball cards

100

Jay read 3 books every month for 5 months. Then he read 2 more books after that. How many books did Jay read altogether?

17 books

200

The answer to a subtraction equation is the

difference

200

Round 31 to the nearest 10.

30

200

Subtract 453 - 126

327

200

Jane made 467 dollars babysitting last week. Then she received 133 dollars for her birthday. How much money does Jane have?

600 dollars

200

Abby had 120 bows. She gave 79 bows away. Then her mom bought her 48 more bows. How many bows does Abby have?

89 bows

300

To estimate a number means to

Round

300

Round 78 to the nearest 100.

100

300

Subtract 700-362

338

300

Kate needs 350 dollars to go on her class trip. She has 243 dollars in her piggy bank already. How much more money does Kate need to go on her class trip?

107 dollars

300

400

What do you call the two numbers that are being added together? (Ex. 56+23)

400

Round to the nearest 10.    768

770

400

876+983=

1859

400

Dave painted 298 tiles red. Sam painted 673 tiles red. How many more tiles did Sam paint compared to Dave?

375 tiles

400

Carson has 10 bags of gummy bears. There are 20 gummy bears in each bag. Carson ate 37 gummy bears at lunch. How many gummy bears does Carson have left?

163 gummy bears

500

When you have to barrow or carry over a number when adding and subtracting.

To rename a number by exchanging an amount of equal value.

regroup

500

Round to the nearest 100.   982

1,000

500

The sum is 521. One addend has 3 digits. One digit of its digits is a 4. The other addend has 2 digits. Write an equation that could model this problem.

Answers can vary... See teacher! :)

500

A 3rd grade class raised 987 dollars during a fundraiser. A 4th grade class raised 564 dollars during the same fundraiser. How much money did the two grade levels earn altogether?

1551 dollars

500

Fred wants to share his markers between him and four of his friends. He has 19 sharpie markers and 16 expo markers. How many markers will each friend get?

7 markers

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