## Posts Tagged ‘sum’

22
May

Posted by mathispower4u in III. Algebra Videos. Tagged: algebra, algebraic, difference, expressions, from, james, mathispower4u, product, sousa, statements, sum. Leave a comment

This video explains how to write algebraic expressions from statements.

20
May

Posted by mathispower4u in II. Arithmetic Videos. Tagged: add, addend, addition, arithmetic, basic, combine, correspondingnumbers, decrease, difference, james, objects, relate, sets, sousa, subtract, sum, whole. Leave a comment

This video explains how write related addition and subtraction problems.

20
May

Posted by mathispower4u in II. Arithmetic Videos. Tagged: add, addends, addition, arithmetic, basic, combine, james, mathispower4u, numbers, objects, pattern, sets, sousa, sum, whole. Leave a comment

This video explains how to use an addition pattern to determine a missing addition equation.

20
May

Posted by mathispower4u in II. Arithmetic Videos. Tagged: add, addend, addition, arithmetic, basic, combine, increase, james, line, mathispower4u, number, numbers, sousa, sum, whole. Leave a comment

This video explains how to write an addition equation from a number line model.

20
May

Posted by mathispower4u in II. Arithmetic Videos. Tagged: add, addend, addition, arithmetic, basic, combine, increase, james, line, mathispower4u, number, numbers, sousa, sum, whole. Leave a comment

This video explains how to add whole numbers using a number line.

20
May

Posted by mathispower4u in II. Arithmetic Videos. Tagged: add, addend, addition, arithmetic, basic, combine, james, mathispower4u, numbers, objects, sets, sousa, sum, whole. Leave a comment

The video explains how to add whole numbers by combining 2 sets of objected.

16
Mar

Posted by mathispower4u in II. Arithmetic Videos. Tagged: 7, 8, common, core, describe, difference, equal, grade, greater, integers, james, less, mathispower4u, numbers, rules, signed, sousa, sum, than, zero. Leave a comment

This video explains how to find sums and differences of integers and then describe them as greater than 0, less than 0, or equal to 0.