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## 180 Days of Math for First Grade Answers Key Day 69

**Directions Solve each problem.**

Question 1.

Draw dots to finish the ten frame. How many more dots are needed to make ten?

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Answer:

**Three more dots** are needed to make ten.

Explanation:

In the above image we can observe seven dots. We need to draw three more dots to make ten. The three dots finishes the ten frame. So, drawn three more dots to make ten.

Question 2.

Answer:

Explanation:

Perform addition operation on above two given numbers. Add 3 with 4 the sum is equal to 7.

Question 3.

9 – 3 =

Answer:

9 – 3 =

Explanation:

Perform subtraction operation on above two given numbers. Subtract 3 from 9 the difference is equal to 6.

Question 4.

Circle the ways to make 2.

10 – 4

8 – 6

7 – 3

5 – 3

Answer:

Explanation:

The possible ways to make 2 are as below.

10 – 4 = 6

**8 – 6 = 2**

7 – 3 = 4

**5 – 3 = 2**

So, drawn a circle for 8 – 6, 5 -3.

Question 5.

Draw a pentagon.

Answer:

Explanation:

A pentagon is a five sided polygon having five sides and five interior angles. Drawn a pentagon as we can observe in the above image.

Question 6.

What month comes after August?

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Answer:

The month comes after August is** September**.

Explanation:

There are 12 months in one year. The twelve months are January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December.

Question 7.

Favorite Animal

Cats | Dogs |
Birds |

7 | 9 |
4 |

Write a question about cats and dogs using the data above.

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Answer:

How many more dogs are there than cats?

Question 8.

There are 19 birds sitting on a wire. Seven of the birds fly away. Will you add or subtract to find out how many birds are still on the wire?

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Answer:

There are 19 birds sitting on a wire. Seven of the birds fly away.

We have to perform **subtraction** operation to find out the birds still on the wire.

Subtract birds flew away from the total number of birds on a wire then we get the remaining birds on the wire.

19 birds – 7 birds = 12 birds

Twelve birds are still on the wire.