IN MATH: 1. v. to find a sum, to determine a total, to consider the numbers to be added (addends) as numbers representing quantities of things and then to compute how many things would be contained in a group containing all of these things. EX. When you add 5 and 4 you get 9.

IN ENGLISH: as defined above.APPLICATION: See list 40.

1. Solve: 5 + 33 + 6 = x

2. When two numbers are added, the sum is 34. One of the numbers is 30.5. What's the other number?


IN MATH: 1. n. a number which is to be added.

IN ENGLISH: as defined above.

APPLICATION: See list 40.

1. Choose each addend, then choose the sum. 78 = 13 + 1 + 19 + x

2. Find the value of x in problem 1.


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