This is how you add fractions and do other things too. Yay!

`2+7=9`

`\sqrt{81}`

`\sqrt81`

`\begin{align}&\blue{\dfrac34}+\red{\dfrac78}\\`

=&\blue{\dfrac68}+\red{\dfrac78}\\

=&\dfrac{\blue6+\red7}{\purple8}\\

=&\dfrac{13}{8}\end{align}

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- Addition and subtraction strategies
- Addition word problems within 10 with two unknowns
- Comparing fractions with the same numerator or denominator
- Composing shapes
- Counting out 1-20 objects
- Making line plots, bar graphs, and picture graphs
- Equivalent fraction models 1
- Equivalent fractions with pattern blocks
- Estimating lengths
- Factor pairs
- Identifying factors and multiples
- Making totals in different ways within 10
- Naming shapes 2
- Comparing with multiplication word problems
- Odd and even numbers
- Relate addition and subtraction
- Relate division to multiplication word problems
- Relative position
- Repeated addition
- Sort by count or category
- Subtract within 1000: Level 3
- Subtract within 1000: Level 4
- Teen numbers 3
- Tell time 1
- Telling time word problems with the number line
- Tens and ones
- Volumes with unit cubes
- Ideas - Elementary school
- Sandy
- Math patterns 2
- Multiplying and dividing whole numbers by powers of 10
- Multiplying and dividing decimals by powers of 10
- Naming shapes
- Test article
- Powers of ten
- Properties of multiplication 2
- Understanding moving the decimal point
- Multidigit division strategies
- Ideas - recovered
- Axis of symmetry
- Perimeter 2

This is how you add fractions and do other things too. Yay!

`2+7=9`

`\sqrt{81}`

`\sqrt81`

`\begin{align}&\blue{\dfrac34}+\red{\dfrac78}\\`

=&\blue{\dfrac68}+\red{\dfrac78}\\

=&\dfrac{\blue6+\red7}{\purple8}\\

=&\dfrac{13}{8}\end{align}

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