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Saxon Math L-1

Mrs. Benton's Saxon Math Lesson 1 vocabualry

Commutative Property of addition changing the order of numbers in an addition problem does not change the answer
addends the numbers that are added together
sum the answer of an addition problem
Identity Property of Addition If one of two addends is zero, the sum of the addends is identical to the nonzero addend.
difference the answer when two numbers are subtracted
subtrahend In a subtraction problem this is the number taken away from the top number, or the minuend
minuend In a subtraction problem this is the number on top.
inverse operation operations like addition and subtraction; they are opposites, and can undo each other. We can undo addition by subtraction and we can undo subtraction by adding.
fact family numbers that can be re-arranged to make something new
form to make something new
align place something in a line, like decimal numbers when adding money.
Created by: MizzBenton