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Put a + or - in each box.

 

9 3 8 = 14

9 3 8 = 4

8 7 9 = 6

8 7 9 = 10

15 8 6 = 13

15 8 6 = 1

7 3 4 = 8

7 3 4 = 14

 

Count by 2's.  2, , 6, , 10, 12, , 16, 18, , 22, , , , 30...

Count by 4's. 4, , 12, , 20...

 

37, 38, ...

, 60, 61...

22, , 24...

, 81, 82...

77, , 79...

90, 91, ...

 

Kay bought a toy.

It cost more than 5 nickels but less than 3 dimes.

24 cents

30 cents

29 cents

What toy did Kay buy?

The cent toy.

 

Count by 25.

25, 50, , , , 150, 175, ...

 

 

 

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