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Anuj had 14 apples and 16 oranges. How many apples and oranges did he have in all? ...................... apples + ..................... oranges Ans. apples & oranges in all

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Anuj had 14 apples and 16 oranges. How many apples and oranges did he have in all?

 .......14............... apples + .........16............ oranges
 Ans.  30 apples & oranges in all

  • example 
  • 4 + 4 = 8 (no carrying/regrouping)
    8 + 8 = 16 (no carrying/regrouping) 

    16 + 16 = 32 (carrying/regrouping needed)
    - or -
    16
    + 16
    32

    Here are the steps...
    (1) Add the values in the ones column. In our example you add 6 + 6. The answer is "12".
    (2) Write down the "2". That will be the ones value in your sum.
    (3) Take that extra "1" and add it to the values in the tens column. Moving that "1" is called carrying or regrouping. In our example you would then add 1 + 1 + 1 for the tens column.
    (4) You would get the tens sum of "3" and that becomes the tens column in your answer.
    (5) The two values (3 and 2) make up your sum. 

    16
    + 16
    ?
    1  
    16
    + 16
    2
    1  
    16
    + 16
    32


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