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The four fundamental operations in mathematics are addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. In this worksheet, we will learn about these operations involving whole numbers.
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- the four basic operations are addition, subtraction, multiplication and division.
ADDITION – It simply means that it is a combination of distinct sets of same things or quantities. A plus sign ( + ) is a symbols that indicates addition. The answer when two addends were added is called sum.
SUBTRACTION – It is the opposite of addition. It means removing one quantity from the other. The minus sign ( – ) is used to represent subtraction. When a subtrahend is subtracted from the minuend, the answer is called difference.
MULTIPLICATION – It is a repeated addition. It means that a certain number is being repeatedly added to itself by several times. The times sign ( x ) is used to represent multiplication. When a multiplicand is multiplied by its multiplier, the answer is called product.
DIVISION – It is the inverse of multiplication. It means splitting quantities into same or equal parts. The divide symbol (➗) is used to represent division. When a dividend is to be split into a certain divisor, the answer is called quotient. Not all numbers when divided by a divisor produces equal amount. The extra amount is called remainder.
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