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What is 10 more than 384?
1. 394
2. 484
3. 374
4. 284
Eric walked 12 blocks from home, he needs to walk 43 more blocks to go to school. How many blocks will Eric have to walk in total from his home to school?
1. 55
2. 43
3. 12
7 + 8 = __ + 7
1. 7
2. 8
3. 23
4. 15
There are 30 children in the second grade. There are 45 children in the third grade. How many children are there in all?

75      children.
12 + 23 =     35
13 + 9 = __ + 13
1. 4
2. 13
3. 9
4. 25
20 + 20 =
1. 40
2. 70
3. 10
4. 64
Find the sum. Graph the coordinates on the number line and use arrows to represent the equation.

3 + 1 =      4
200 + 100 = 400
1. True
2. False
What happens when you add zero to any number?
1. You get a number that is greater.
2. You get a number that is less.
3. You get the same number.
4. You get 4 more than than number.
Ms. Kinlow has 14 bags of chips and Ms. Washington has 12 bags of chips. Ms. Washington gave Ms. Kinlow all 12 bags of her chips. How many bags of chips does Ms. Kinlow have now?
1. 20
2. 104
3. 26
4. 2
Anton went to the zoo. He saw eight giraffes in the morning and three more in the afternoon.

How many giraffes did Anton see?
1. 5
2. 15
3. 11
What pattern is shown in the following examples?

3 + 0 = 3
12 + 0 = 12
100 + 0 = 100
1. When you add 0 to a number, you get a larger number.
2. When you add 0 to any number, you get a smaller number.
3. When you add 0 to a number, you get 0.
4. When you add 0 to any number, you get that number.
$ul({:(,6),(,7),(+,3):})$
1. 19
2. 16
3. 17
4. 13
3 oranges and 6 bananas:                 +                =
1. 3 + 3 = 6
2. 9 + 3 = 12
3. 3 + 6 = 9
14 + $square$ = 20
1. 5
2. 6
3. 13
4. 16
Which numbers add to less than 20?
1. 8 + 6 + 4 + 4
2. 9 + 3 + 7 + 5
3. 8 + 4 + 2 + 5
4. 6 + 5 + 9 + 1
$ul({:(,9),(,2),(+,4):})$
1. 14
2. 16
3. 17
4. 15
$ul({:(,351),(+,34):})$