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A different way to subtract than normally taught

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Description:  Examples of ways to subtract numbers without using traditional "borrowing"
Level:  Early Elem. (PreK-2)
Math topic:  Arithmetic/Early Math, Subtraction
Ed. topic:  Teaching Issues/Strategies, Specific Math Concepts/Techniques

Original Question/Response
06 Oct 00   A different way to subtract than normally taught
06 Oct 00   Re: A different way to subtract than normally taught by Jeanne
08 Oct 00   Re:A different way to subtract than normally taught by Gail

Public Discussion
12 Nov 05   what the? by jamie
29 Jan 06        Re: what the? by shawn
12 Feb 13        Re: what the? by Henry
12 Feb 13        Re: what the? by Henry
12 Feb 13        Re: what the? by Henry
12 Feb 13        Re: what the? by Henry
27 Sep 10   CSMP by Anita
12 Feb 13        Re: CSMP by alan
30 Apr 03        Re: A different way to subtract than normally taught. by Frances Richardson
12 Oct 04            Re: Re: A different way to subtract than normally taught. by Ilana
23 Aug 09            Re: Re: A different way to subtract than normally taught. by Ngaire

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