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Addition and Subtraction with Breaking Numbers Apart (3-Page Worksheet)

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Follow these steps to answer the questions below:

  1. The number at the top can be made up of two smaller numbers. Write the missing number.
  2. Complete the addition or subtraction equation that uses all three numbers.

The first one is done for you. Use it as an example.

  8
arrow splitting number
 
2   6

8 = 2 +  6  

  7
arrow splitting number
 
2   5

7 = 2 +  5  

  9
arrow splitting number
 
8   1

9 - 1 =  8  

  5
arrow splitting number
 
2   3

  3  + 2 = 5

  6
arrow splitting number
 
4   2

6 - 2 =  4  

  4
arrow splitting number
 
3   1

4 = 3 +  1 

  9
arrow splitting number
 
3   6

9 = 3 +  6  

  8
arrow splitting number
 
4   4

8 = 4 +  4  

  3
arrow splitting number
 
1   2

3 - 2 =  1  

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Follow these steps to answer the questions below:

  1. The number at the top can be made up of two smaller numbers. Write the missing number.
  2. Complete the addition or subtraction equation that uses all three numbers.

The first one is done for you. Use it as an example.

  7
arrow splitting number
 
3   4

7 = 3 +  4  

  7
arrow splitting number
 
5   2

7 = 2 +  5  

  5
arrow splitting number
 
1   4

5 - 4 =  1  

  7
arrow splitting number
 
4   3

  3  + 4 = 7

  9
arrow splitting number
 
7   2

9 - 2 =  7  

  6
arrow splitting number
 
3   3

6 = 3 +  3 

  8
arrow splitting number
 
7   1

8 = 7 +  1  

  9
arrow splitting number
 
5   4

9 = 5 +  4  

  7
arrow splitting number
 
1   6

7 - 6 =  1  

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Follow these steps to answer the questions below:

  1. The number at the top can be made up of two smaller numbers. Write the missing number.
  2. Complete the addition or subtraction equation that uses all three numbers.

The first one is done for you. Use it as an example.

  9
arrow splitting number
 
3   6

9 = 3 +  6  

  9
arrow splitting number
 
2   7

9 = 2 +  7  

  6
arrow splitting number
 
5   1

6 - 1 =  5  

  4
arrow splitting number
 
2   2

  2  + 2 = 4

  8
arrow splitting number
 
3   5

8 - 5 =  3  

  3
arrow splitting number
 
2   1

3 = 2 +  1 

  8
arrow splitting number
 
6   2

8 = 6 +  2  

  9
arrow splitting number
 
4   5

9 = 4 +  5  

  6
arrow splitting number
 
2   4

6 - 4 =  2  

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