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We can think of numbers being on a number line: These numbers are all positive numbers.
The number line can also continue on past 0: These new numbers are negative numbers.
We can use our number lines to work out the sums which include negative numbers. We start at -3 First we locate -3 on the number line.
We can use our number lines to work out the sums which include negative numbers. We start at -3
We can use our number lines to work out the sums which include negative numbers. We start at -3 Next we count on 5 places to the right. After 5 jumps we arrive at 2
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