### All Common Core: 1st Grade Math Resources

## Example Questions

### Example Question #1 : Understanding The Associative Property

Which is an example of associative property?

**Possible Answers:**

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**Correct answer:**

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The associative property says that you can group a set of numbers in a series, and still get the same answer. If we group to get , and then add we get a sum of .

### Example Question #2 : Understanding The Associative Property

Which is an example of associative property?

**Possible Answers:**

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**Correct answer:**

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The associative property says that you can group a set of numbers in a series, and still get the same answer. If we group to get , and then add we get a sum of .

### Example Question #3 : Understanding The Associative Property

Which is an example of associative property?

**Possible Answers:**

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**Correct answer:**

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The associative property says that you can group a set of numbers in a series, and still get the same answer. If we group to get , and then add we get a sum of .

### Example Question #4 : Understanding The Associative Property

Which is an example of associative property?

**Possible Answers:**

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**Correct answer:**

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### Example Question #5 : Understanding The Associative Property

Which is an example of associative property?

**Possible Answers:**

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**Correct answer:**

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### Example Question #6 : Understanding The Associative Property

Which is an example of the associative property?

**Possible Answers:**

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**Correct answer:**

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The associative property says that, when you are only adding or only multiplying, the way you group the items in a series does not matter. Given 6 + 3 + 2 = 11, whether you group (6 + 3) + 2 or 6 + (3 + 2), the outcome does not change as the order in which you sum the numbers does not matter.