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- 1. Addition Using Partitioning For more maths help & free games related to this, visit: www.makemymathsbetter.com
- 2. First, partition the numbers into hundreds, tens and units. For example; 325 + 239
- 3. First, partition the numbers into hundreds, tens and units. For example; 325 + 239 325 is split up as 300, 20 and 5
- 4. First, partition the numbers into hundreds, tens and units. For example; 325 + 239 325 is split up as 300, 20 and 5 239 is split up as 200, 30 and 9
- 5. First, partition the numbers into hundreds, tens and units. For example; 325 + 239 325 is split up as 300, 20 and 5 239 is split up as 200, 30 and 9 The partitioned numbers are written one under another and added in turn 300 + 20 + 5 200 + 30 + 9
- 6. First, partition the numbers into hundreds, tens and units. For example; 325 + 239 325 is split up as 300, 20 and 5 239 is split up as 200, 30 and 9 The partitioned numbers are written one under another and added in turn 300 + 20 + 5 200 + 30 + 9 500
- 7. First, partition the numbers into hundreds, tens and units. For example; 325 + 239 325 is split up as 300, 20 and 5 239 is split up as 200, 30 and 9 The partitioned numbers are written one under another and added in turn 300 + 20 + 5 200 + 30 + 9 500 + 50
- 8. First, partition the numbers into hundreds, tens and units. For example; 325 + 239 325 is split up as 300, 20 and 5 239 is split up as 200, 30 and 9 The partitioned numbers are written one under another and added in turn 300 + 20 + 5 200 + 30 + 9 500 + 50 + 14
- 9. First, partition the numbers into hundreds, tens and units. For example; 325 + 239 325 is split up as 300, 20 and 5 239 is split up as 200, 30 and 9 The partitioned numbers are written one under another and added in turn 300 + 20 + 5 200 + 30 + 9 500 + 50 + 14 = 564
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