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# “Inverse” means “Equal and Opposite” - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

Today you are going to learn how to check addition and subtraction problems with the inverse operation. “Inverse” means “Equal and Opposite”. “Inverse” means “Equal and Opposite”. “Inverse” means “Equal and Opposite” 2 miles. “Inverse” means “Equal and Opposite” 2 miles

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Today you are going to learn how to check addition and subtraction problems with the inverse operation.

“Inverse” means “Equal and Opposite” subtraction problems with the inverse operation.

“Inverse” means “Equal and Opposite” subtraction problems with the inverse operation.

“Inverse” means “Equal and Opposite” subtraction problems with the inverse operation.

2 miles

“Inverse” means “Equal and Opposite” subtraction problems with the inverse operation.

2 miles

2 miles

Same distance, but in the opposite direction.

“Inverse” means “Equal and Opposite” subtraction problems with the inverse operation.

2 miles

2 miles

Same distance, but in the opposite direction.

3 apples + 4 apples = 7 apples.

“Inverse” means “Equal and Opposite” subtraction problems with the inverse operation.

2 miles

2 miles

Same distance, but in the opposite direction.

3 apples + 4 apples = 7 apples

7 apples – 4 apples = 3 apples

7 apples – 3 apples = 4 apples

Addition and Subtraction are Inverse Operations.

Imagine Addition and Subtraction Problems as Puzzle Pieces subtraction problems with the inverse operation.

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Imagine Addition and Subtraction Problems as Puzzle Pieces subtraction problems with the inverse operation.

3 + 4 = 7 7 – 3 =4

4 +3 = 7 7 - 4 =3

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Imagine Addition and Subtraction Problems as Puzzle Pieces subtraction problems with the inverse operation.

182 + 244 = 426 426 – 182 = 244

244 + 182 = 426 426 – 244 = 182

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244

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267

Imagine Addition and Subtraction Problems as Puzzle Pieces subtraction problems with the inverse operation.

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+ 7 6 5

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432

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