# What is addition table?

**Addition Table**. The term “Arithmetic

**addition**” is used to describe adding two or more numbers together to form the

**addition table**and the math symbols used to denote an

**addition**operation is a plus sign. That is “ + “. For example 4 + 4.

In respect to this, what is a subtraction table?

**Subtraction table**. Use this **subtraction table** to get an answer for some basic **subtraction** problems. When using the **table**, look first for a number in the leftmost column. Then, **subtract** from that number by selecting a number in the top horizontal row. The answer can be found where the column and row meet.

**Addition**is finding the total of different values. The

**numbers**which we

**add**are called ADDENDS and the answer of an

**addition**operation is called

**SUM**. Adding three digit

**numbers**- without carrying. This video demonstrates adding 3-digit

**number**to a 3-digit

**number**without carrying.

Furthermore, what are addition patterns?

**Addition Patterns**. In this **addition pattern**, the same number, 2, is added to each number to get the next. 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12, . . . In some **addition patterns**, a different number is added to each number to get the next. The numbers that are added also form a **pattern**.

The basic **addition** and subtraction **facts** are all the combinations of 1-digit numbers (2+2, 6+9, 8+4, etc.) and the corresponding subtraction exercises (18-9, 7-4, etc.). **Addition** Properties: The zero property states that zero added to any number is the same as the original number.