# Additive relationships

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- Q163 + 37 = 100 being rearranged to 37 + 63 = 100 is an example of __________.coordinationcommutativitycumulationcategorisationcongruency30s
- Q2When rearranging equations, you must perform the same operation to both sides in order to maintain __________.equalnessequalityequilateralequation30s
- Q3In the equation 172 + 398 = 570, the term 570 can be described as the __________ of 172 and 398.productsummultiplefactor30s
- Q4Given that 1734 + 2117 = 3851, which of these calculations are correct?Users sort answers between categoriesSorting30s
- Q5Match each operation to its inverse operation.Users link answersLinking30s
- Q6Which of these equations can be represented by this bar model?Users sort answers between categoriesSorting30s