### Video Transcript

Complete the following. When I take apart nine, I get five
and what.

In this question, we’re shown nine
apples, and we can see that the group of apples has been taken apart to make two
groups. We’re told that one of the parts or
one of the groups has five apples, and we have to work out how many apples are in
the other part. Let’s record what we know using our
part–whole model.

We’re told that there are nine
apples. This is the whole amount. We’re told that once the apples
have been broken apart, one of the part has five apples and we have to work out how
many are in the other part. Let’s count how many apples are in
each part. This part has one, two, three, four
apples. If this part has four apples, then
this part must have five apples. When I take apart nine, I get five
and four.