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What is the temperature? com R eview A ddition and Subtraction Be sure to watch your signs! Directions: S o l ve, then write an equation using the inverse operation to check your computation. a b 1. 936 778 5,832 + 7, 041 2. 5,044 2,852 38, 428 27,842 3. 847 + 3,951 64,397 + 33, 465 Directions: S o l ve. a c b 4. 6 5. 35 6. 568 369 341 79 + 115 53,496 + 471, 428 7. com R eview A ddition and Subtraction Keep going—soon you’ll be ready for multiplication! Directions: S o l ve. S h ow your work.

How much money does Andrew have? com R e g rouping in Subtraction When subtracting, start with the place at the far right. 415 554 283 271 Directions: S o l ve. R e g roup as needed. a b c d e 1. 75 34 85 24 409 77 672 308 619 471 2. 80 41 86 49 528 129 489 278 556 369 3. 339 229 249 163 933 467 525 343 345 275 4. 623 315 604 310 794 662 846 508 807 471 5. com Check Subtraction Because subtraction and addition are inverse operations, you can use addition to check your subtraction.

297 3. 09 + 276 4. 86 Directions: R ewrite each in ve rtical form, then solve. Remember to line up the decimal points. a b 5 . 05 = 6 . You may need to regroup more than once. Directions: A dd . a b c d 1. 4 196,836 + 2, 472, 299 2. 80,936 + 42,376 842,742 + 374,368 3, 458, 057 + 2,761, 087 3,685, 409 + 137,849 3. 619, 471 + 55,639 4,270,408 + 3, 468,692 2,563, 494 + 87, 465 4,379,841 + 6, 047 4. 538, 264 + 246, 455 7,386,609 + 1,814,811 4,995,892 + 43,885 275,326 + 1, 243,987 Directions: R ewrite in ve rtical fo r m , then solve.