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addend

[′a‚dend]
(mathematics)
One of a collection of numbers to be added.
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It seems indeed, that the process used by subjects in our study was a retrieval process insofar as the best predictive variable was the product of the two addends.
Changing the summation index of the second sum for s = k + 1, separating the last addend of the second sum, and applying (27) to it, we obtain
The experimenter then put the set of disks comprising the addend in a horizontal line next to the cover and slid them under the cover one by one.
m)] (then, the addends at right hand side read [delta][[omega].
The instructional value of the game used in this study was clearly illustrated by the child who initially quantified each addend separately, but then jumped to a short-cut sum strategy during the course of only one playing of the game.
As the student types the first addend, boxes on the number line automatically turn blue to represent the quantity; as the student types the second addend, boxes on the number line automatically shade yellow to signify that quantity.
Expenses (logistics and sorting services) and refunds (credit for the recycling of waste paper) are added this as a positive addend and then multiplied by the quantity frameworks and the duration in years (no renewal option).
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In an attempt to further understand connections between children's proficiency and development with single- and multidigit addition, this study investigated the conceptualizations and solution strategies of 26 first-graders presented with several single-digit, multiple addend addition problems.
For example, terms such as estimate, addend, and sum appeared often in HC when solving word problems.
associativity, inverse, the effect of changing the addend and subtrahend) as they apply to computational relationships (e.