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# Math

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In the following exercise, you will add two one-digit numbers. Other Addition exercises:

In the following exercise, you will add a pair of two-digit numbers. Things to remember: The numbers are stacked on top of each other, so that the numbers in the one's place are in the right column. The numbers in the ten's place are in the...

In the following exercise, you will add a pair of three-digit numbers. Things to remember: The numbers are stacked on top of each other, so that the numbers in the one's place are in the far-right column. The numbers in the ten's place are...

### Fractions

List of Exercises Available:

### Identify Parts of a Fraction

In this exercise, you will identify the parts of a fraction: numerator and denominator.

### What is the Fraction Shaded?

In this exercise, you will identify the fraction of the shape that is shaded.

### Comparing Fractions

In this exercise, you will compare fractions to determine which is greater or less than.

### Ordering Fractions

In this exercise you will practice ordering with fractions.

### Fraction Word Problems

In this exercise you will use fractions to solve the word problem.

### Multiplication

Multiplication Exercises:

### Multiplication with multi-digit numbers

The following is an exercise of multiplying multi-digit number by a one-digit number.

### Multiplying Numbers Less Than 10

The following is an exercise of multiplying numbers less than ten.

### Number Values

Number Value exercises.

### Ordering Whole Numbers (Hundreds)

The following is an exercise to practice recognizing number sizes. Where to start: 1. Look first at the hundreds place and put the smaller numbers on the left. 2. If more than one has the same number in the hundreds place, then look next at the...

### Ordering Whole Numbers (Thousands)

The following is an exercise to practice recognizing number sizes. Where to start: 1. Look first at the thousands place and put the smaller numbers on the left. 2. If more than one has the same number in the thousands place, then look next at the...

### Order of Operations

In the following excercise, use your order of operations rules to correctly solve the problem. PEMDAS P - Parentheses E - Exponents M,D - Multiplication or Division (whichever comes first) A,S - Addition or Subtraction (whichever comes first)...

### Place Value

Place value exercises.

### Place Value (hundred thousands)

The following is an exercise to practice with place values, using numbers in the thousands. Types of exercises: 1. Identify the place value for specific numbers within the total number.

### Place Value (thousands)

The following is an exercise to practice with place values, using numbers in the thousands. Types of exercises: 1. Identify the place value for specific numbers within the total number. 2. Write a total number in standard form given a number sente...

### Rounding (whole numbers)

In this exercise you will practice identifying place values and rounding.

### Writing in Standard Form

The following is an exercise to practice writing numbers in standard form. Types of exercises: 1. Write a total number in standard form given a number sentence.

### Subtraction

Subtraction Exercises

### Subtracting Single-digit Numbers

The following is an exercise of subtracting two whole numbers. Steps: 1. The first number represents the Total number you have at the beginning. 2. The second number represents how many are being taken away. Other Subtraction exercises: ...

### Subtracting Two-digit Numbers

In the following exercise, you will subtract a pair of two-digit numbers. Things to remember: The numbers are stacked on top of each other, so that the numbers in the one's place are in the right column. The numbers in the ten's place are in...

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