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Look at these two groups of money:
group A and group B. How much is there in group A? How much is there in group B? How much is there in total in
groups A and B?

This is a three-part question. First, we have to find out how much
money there is in group A. Then we need to work out how much
money there is in group B. And then we need to find the total
amount of money in groups A and B. Let’s start by adding the money in
group A. We’ve got two 10-pound notes and
two one-pound coins. Let’s count forward using our
number line to help. We can add one 10-pound note, which
gives us 10 pounds, and 10 more makes 20. And now we just need to add our two
pound coins. Two more than 20 is 22. So the total amount of money in
group A is 22 LE. 10 and 10 is 20, and two more makes
22.

Now let’s find out how much money
there is in group B. We’ve got two five-pound notes, so
let’s count forward in fives twice: five, 10. And now we need to add our four
one-pound coins. We know that four lots of one is
four. One plus one is two, and one more
makes three, and another makes four. So let’s start at 10 and count
forward four more. We know that four more than 10 is
14, so the total amount of money in group B is 14 LE.

Now we need to add together the
total of group A and the total of group B, so we need to add 22 and 14. So let’s start at 22. We can count forward 10, which
takes us to 32, and four more, because 14 is 10 and four. What is four more than 32? It’s 36. The total amount of money in group
A is 22 LE. The total amount of money in group
B is 14 LE. And 14 and 22 gives us an overall
total of 36 LE.