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What is the rule for this input/output table?
 Input Output 14 37 42 63 21 44 49 70
What is the value of x in the equation below?
8 + x = 22
1. 14
2. 20
3. 24
4. 30
$49 + 36 =$
1. 84
2. 74
3. 85
4. 95
What is the rule for this input/output table?
 Input Output 16 27 52 64 31 42 67 79
3. subtract 11
4. subtract 15
Max has 6 pencils. Elizabeth has 18 pencils. If Max and Elizabeth put their pencils together, how many would they have in all?
1. 23
2. 24
3. 19
4. 12
What is 10 more than 692?
1. 682
2. 792
3. 702
4. 712
Bill has 48 cows and 23 sheep on his farm. He added 48 and 23 to find the total number of animals on the farm. Which of these could Bill use to check his answer?
1. 71 - 48= ___
2. 48 + 71= ___
3. 48 + ___= 23
4. 23 - ___= 48
46 people come to the park in the morning. 39 more people come in the afternoon. How many people come to the park?

85      people.
$ul({:( ,37),(+,94):})$
67 + 39 =
1. 105
2. 106
3. 110
4. 98
5. 109
$53+12+24=$
1. 89
2. 99
3. 79
4. 88
A grasshopper landed on 3 then jumped 6 centimeters forward and 1 centimeter forward again and then stopped. Where did the grasshopper stop? Show your work in line jumps.

10      cm
Allison puts 25 books on the shelf. Tim puts 8 books on the shelf. How many books do they put on the shelf?
1. 23
2. 28
3. 33
$65+68$
=65+ 68+(       2       -       2        )
=65+(68+2)-2
=65+         70         -2
=          135          -2
=          133
$18+82$
=18+ 82+(       8       -       8        )
=18+(82+8)-8
=18+         90         -8
=          108          -8
=          100
28 + 27 =     55
A grasshopper landed on 0 then jumped 8 centimeters forward and 4 centimeters forward again and then stopped. Where did the grasshopper stop? Show your work in line jumps.

12      cm
1. 65 + 45
2. 48 + 52
3. 40 + 70
4. 29 + 81