This is called addition.
They're are called addends
It is the "additive identity".
sum= answer of an addition question.. so the number of the sum is the answer.
zero property of addition! =D
A number close to an exact number is called an estimate or a ballpark figure.
The numbers to be added are called addends. The answer is called the sum.
The answer to an addition problem is called the sum.
A number being multiplied is the "multiplicand"; the number doing the multiplying is the "multiplier", and the answer is called the, "product".
This action is called DIVISION. The opposite of this, continuous addition is MULTIPLICATION.
Numbers that are added are called addends or terms.
A number added to another number is called an addend, and the result of the addition is called the sum. 1+4=5 1 is an addend 4 is an addend 5 is the sum
The answer to addition is called the sum.
Because you can obtain the same results by adding the number the amount of times of the other number.
In any addition sum, such as 1 + 2 = 3, the components in the addition part of the sum are called the addends.
Addition property is _ The sum of any number and zero is that number
The result of an addition problem is called the sum.
A number that's not a prime number is called a composite number. It's a number that has at least one more factor in addition to '1' and itself.
it is called sum
In an addition, the number to which something is to be added is sometimes called the augend.A number which are to be added to the augend is sometimes called an addend.These words are now rare.
it is called Amendment