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20 Aug, 19:14:22

- On page 45, the picture shows that when you add two numbers together, the answer gets bigger.
- From the example on page 47, we can infer that when you subtract a smaller number from a bigger number, the answer gets smaller.
- On page 49, the story problem about sharing cookies teaches us that division is about dividing things equally among a group of people.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- Based on the picture on page 57, we can infer that when you multiply a number by 0, the answer is always 0.
- 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.
- On page 61, the story problem about sharing a pizza teaches us that division can be used to divide a whole into equal parts.
- 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.