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Addition is joining things together. For example, you put 6 corns on the table:

And then your friend put 2 more corns on the same table:

Together, there are 6 plus 2, or 8, corns on the table:

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Subtraction is the opposite of addition. Addition means joining things together, while subtraction means taking things away. For example, you put 6 corns on the table:

And then your friend took away 2 corns from that table:

Now, there are 6 minus 2, or 4, corns left on the table:

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Multiplication is a special way of joining things together. For example, you bought 3 bags of corns and there are 6 corns in each bag.

To figure out how many corns you have got totally, you need to do multiplication : 6 x 3 = 18 .

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Division is the oppsite of multiplication. Multiplication means joining groups together, while division means divide things into several groups. For example, you have 6 corns on the table.

And you want to share the corns among three of your friends evenly. How many corns do you think each of them should get? The answer of 6 divided by 3 is 2 .

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