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Type: Multiple-Choice
Category: Addition
Level: Grade 3
Score: 1
Tags: 4.2.2.A1
Author: Teresa89
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Grade 3 Addition

Select the correct equation needed to solve this problem.

Katlin had some bubble gum in her purse. She chewed 3 pieces. Then she still had 10 pieces left in her purse. How many pieces did she have in her purse to start with?
  1. 10 - g = 3
  2. 10 + 3 = g
  3. 10 - 3 = g
  4. g + 3 = 10
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