In some parts of the book, yes. But, there aren't too many. No, not really. There is a land called Digitopolis in it. That is ruled by the Mathemagician. He does a little math for someone to see, but other then that . . . . not really.
Yes u can change the addends in a math Problem as long as you come up with the right answer!
It is when the problem is really long and takes up alot of space but the answer can be simple. It is when the problem is really long and takes up alot of space but the answer can be simple.
The product in a math is the answer to a multiplication problem.
Standard form in math, is the process of simplifying a long number, to something small and easier to work with.
Well first we have to know what is the math problem than we will answer it for you.
In a math problem, least means smallest.
The product is the "sum" of a multiplication math problem.
Everything isn't a math problem. Social Studies, and Science sometimes need math problems.
What do you want said math problem to summarize? Try that.
removing the parentheses in a math problem
.. with another math problem.... See if the question is the same or different.
Justification in math terms means to show how you solved the math problem. Lay out the problem and show step-by-step how the problem is solved.
Could you repost the problem in a way that is actually a math problem please?
It depends on the math problem, some how you have to work the pattern into the math problem. and you will need to figuer if you can prodict if it is right.