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10+6

6+6 7+7 10+8 6+4

You need to regroup when you have something like 46-39. You would cross out the 6 and make it a 16, because you are taking ten from the 4, then you cross out the 4 then make it a three, then you should get 7.

when you add a number from 3 to 9

When the two numbers have an answer that is greater than or equal to ten.

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10+6

6+6 7+7 10+8 6+4

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6 + 7 = 13 13 can't fit into the ones place. Regroup 13 ones into one ten and three ones. Leave the three ones in the ones place and carry the one ten over to the tens place.

You cannot because it is not a true statement.

You need to regroup when you have something like 46-39. You would cross out the 6 and make it a 16, because you are taking ten from the 4, then you cross out the 4 then make it a three, then you should get 7.

when you add a number from 3 to 9

8+2=10 6-2=4

Solve using the quadratic formula

When the two numbers have an answer that is greater than or equal to ten.

Ten plus ten plus five equals twenty five dollars

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