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CBSE - VI - Mathematics - Whole Numbers

3845 x 5 x 782+ 769 X 25 X 218

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CBSE - VI - Mathematics - Whole Numbers

the value of 555*193-555*93is

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CBSE - VI - Mathematics - Whole Numbers

we know that 0 X 0 = 0.

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CBSE - VI - Mathematics - Whole Numbers

write the situation and simplify (17+13)×50

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CBSE - VI - Mathematics - Whole Numbers

find the product using distributive property:- (a)352x101

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CBSE - VI - Mathematics - Whole Numbers

Pls answer the following in step by step Q: The additive inverse of sum of all the integers from -423 to 420 is -------

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Find each of the following products using properties 7909×991

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CBSE - VI - Mathematics - Whole Numbers

what is sum of any two odd numbers

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CBSE - VI - Mathematics - Whole Numbers

WHAT IS DISTRIBUTIVE PROPERTY?  WHY WE USE IT?

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CBSE - VI - Mathematics - Whole Numbers

FIND THE SUM OF THE FOLLOWING EXPRESSIONS BY SUITABLE REARRANGEMENT.
 
 
1. 231+563+985+628+896+189+452+387+595+744
 
2. 741+615+453+586+968+832+294+387+219+195

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A large housing complex has 30 towers.Among these,six towers have 14 floors and 6 flats on each floor.Twelve towers have 22 floors with 4 flats on each floor and 12 towers have 26 floors with 3 flats on each floor.Find the total number of flats in the housing complex.

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Complete the next 3 terms of the sequence 4,3,6,5 8,7,10,9,12,___,___,____

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Complete the next 5 steps:

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Find the seventh term:

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Follow the pattern:

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Complete the following pattern by using the distributive property of multiplication over addition for whole numbers:

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Write the next two lines:

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Look at the following pattern. How many circles will be there in the 100th step?

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Find the product 56 25 by studying the following pattern: 31 25 = 31 42 25 = 42

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Give examples of 4 numbers that can be shown only as a line?

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Give two numbers which can be arranged as triangles?

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Give three numbers which can be arranged as squares?

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Find the product, using suitable properties 785 94

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Add 297+ 9999 using the following pattern 297 + 9 = 297 + (10 - 1) 297 + 99 = 297 + (100 - 1)

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Find the sum by suitable rearrangement: 1 + 2 + 3 + 4 + 96 + 97 + 98 + 99

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Find 15 68 using distributive property

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Find 25 8358 4 by suitable rearrangement

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Write the answer following the pattern:

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