4th grade
posted by samie .
i have a question on my son homework
explain why 36/9 is not a number sentence.

Your fraction isn't a complete number sentence.
To make it complete, you'll need to make it an equation.
36/9 = 4
http://www.icoachmath.com/sitemap/NumberSentence.html 
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wat is the method

What is 4 digit number that is less then 2,340
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