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Maths Practice problems reproduced from Young Einstein Mathematics Software


Maths Educational Software reproduced samples from Young Einstein Mathematics

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Distinguished maths problems that are required to be solved. Expressed both in words and as a sum to visualize them better.

 

Danielle had 168 toys, while Jasmine had another 182 toys. How many toys did they have in total?

 

168 + 182 = ?

 

and another one

 

Michael ate 257 chips, and Jordan ate 2276 chips. How many chips did they eat overall?

 

257 + 2276 = ?

 

Unravel the answers, then endeavour another few, better still purchase this maths educational software and generate these yourself!

Produced by Maths Practice P/L, suppliers of  the 'Young Einstein Mathematics' educational software range. You can try all these plus a lot more when you purchase and use the software.

This educational software allows for various levels of difficulty ranging from year1 to 6.

These free exercise pages containing approximately 400 different problems are updated regularly.

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