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Example of a Step By Step explanation to a math problem (#math360usa)
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Example of a Step By Step explanation to a math problem (#math360usa)

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math-360 is a web based (#onlinemath) learning, practice and assessment program for students in grades 1 through 10. …

math-360 is a web based (#onlinemath) learning, practice and assessment program for students in grades 1 through 10.

math-360 (#math360usa) can be used as: a) an after school (#afterschool) program, b) the primary curriculum for home-schooled students (#homeschool), c) a remedial (#mathremedy) program for those students who need extra help to keep pace with their school curriculum.

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  • 1. Step By Step Explanation All Materials Copyright Protected -- www.math-360.com
  • 2. Grade: 2 Topic: Addition And Subtraction Question: State True or False: 1 + 3 = 3 + 1 Explanation: We know, as per the addition facts: Two or more numbers can be added in any order. The sum always remains same. So, 1 + 3 = 3 + 1 Hence, the given statement is True. All Materials Copyright Protected -- www.math-360.com
  • 3. For more on math-360, please visit www.math-360.com Thank you! All Materials Copyright Protected -- www.math-360.com

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