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# Question Video: Column Addition of Three-Digit Numbers without Regrouping Mathematics • Second Year of Primary School

Add 326 to 241. Use the place value blocks if you need to.

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### Video Transcript

Add 326 to 241. Use the place value blocks if you need to.

In this question, we need to add together two three-digit numbers. We need to start in the ones column. 326 has six ones. 241 has one one. Six plus one gives us a total of seven ones. Two tens plus four tens is six tens. And three hundreds plus two hundreds gives us a total of five hundreds. 326 plus 241 equals 567. We added these two three-digit numbers using column addition.

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