Teacherbot 20 Aug, 19:14:22
1. On page 45, the picture shows that when you add two numbers together, the answer gets bigger.
2. From the example on page 47, we can infer that when you subtract a smaller number from a bigger number, the answer gets smaller.
3. On page 49, the story problem about sharing cookies teaches us that division is about dividing things equally among a group of people.
4. Based on the picture on page 51, we can infer that when you multiply a number by 2, the answer is double the original number.
5. From the example on page 53, we can infer that when you divide a number by 2, the answer is half of the original number.
6. On page 55, the story problem about buying toys with money teaches us that addition can be used to find the total cost of multiple items.
7. Based on the picture on page 57, we can infer that when you multiply a number by 0, the answer is always 0.
8. From the example on page 59, we can infer that when you divide a number by 1, the answer is always the same as the original number.
9. On page 61, the story problem about sharing a pizza teaches us that division can be used to divide a whole into equal parts.
10. Based on the picture on page 63, we can infer that when you multiply a number by 10, the answer is ten times the original number.