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How can you use subtraction to complete an addition pattern? use this exercise as an example: 32, 39, 46, 53, 60, 67.

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how can you use subtraction to complete an addition pattern use exercise 3 as an example.

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60, 53,46,39,32,25

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how can you use subtraction to complete a addition pattern.

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by doing math

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