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## 180 Days of Math for First Grade Answers Key Day 66

**Directions Solve each problem.**

Question 1.

Write the numeral for forty-three.

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Answer:

The word form is written in number is called as numeral. The numeral for forty-three is 43.

Question 2.

5 + 2 =

Answer:

5 + 2 =

Explanation:

Perform addition operation on above two given numbers. Add 5 with 2 the sum is equal to 7.

Question 3.

Answer:

Explanation:

Perform subtraction operation on above two given numbers. Subtract 8 from 8 the difference is equal to 0.

Question 4.

4 – = 0

Answer:

4 – = 0

Explanation:

To get the difference 0 we need to perform subtraction operation. If we subtract 4 from 4 then the difference is equal to 0. So, the missing number is 4.

Question 5.

Draw a circle around the pencil.

Answer:

Explanation:

In the above given image we can observe two objects pencils and cube. We have to draw a circle around the pencil. So, drawn a circle for the pencil.

Question 6.

What day comes after Friday?

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Answer:

The day comes after Friday is **Saturday**.

Explanation:

There are seven days in one week. The seven days are Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday. So, the day comes after Friday is Saturday.

Question 7.

Children in Class

Boys |
Girls |

7 |
10 |

The class gets a new boy student. Now how many boys are in the class?

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Answer:

There are** 8 boys** in the class.

Explanation:

In the above image we can observe a table named as children in class. There are seven boys and 10 girls in a class. The class gets a new boy student. Add one boy to the 7 boys the sum is equal to 8 boys. Now, there are 8 boys in the class.

Question 8.

Six robots are in a toy store. Three people come and each buy a robot. How many robots are left in the toy store?

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Answer:

Six robots are in a toy store. Three people come and each buy a robot.

Perform subtraction operation. Subtract 3 robots from 6 robots the difference is equal to 3 robots.

6 – 3 = 3 robots

In the toy store** 3 robots** are left.