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### Course: Early math review>Unit 5

Lesson 2: Adding 1s and 10s

# Adding 1s and 10s guided practice

Find 1 more, 1 less, 10 more, or 10 less than a number.

### Fill in the blanks.

$1$ more than $76$ is
.
$1$ less than $76$ is
.
$10$ more than $76$ is
.
$10$ less than $76$ is
.

### Fill in the blanks.

$2$ more than $76$ is
.
$2$ less than $76$ is
.
$20$ more than $76$ is
.
$20$ less than $76$ is
.

### Fill in the blanks.

$2$ more than $38$ is
.
$10$ less than $63$ is
.
$20$ more than $80$ is
.

### Fill in the blanks.

$2$ less than $75$ is
.
$10$ more than $86$ is
.
$20$ less than $94$ is
.

### Fill in the blanks.

$4$ more than $35$ is
.
$40$ more than $35$ is
.

### Fill in the blanks.

$6$ less than $78$ is
.
$60$ less than $78$ is
.

### Fill in the blanks.

$85+3=$
$44+50=$
$57-4=$
$65-40=$

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• At some point, is it necessary to memorize equations such as: 9 + 5 = 14 or
8 + 7 = 15?
• Memorizing simple equations such as that is something that will come quite easily as you grow older. It is not necessary to remember them, but it would make your life so much easier and quicker. Plus it is something that over time, you will most likely remember them by heart whether you mean to or not.