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# Question Video: Counting up to 100 Objects by Making Groups of 10 Mathematics • First Year of Primary School

Chloe made groups of ten to help her count. How many turtles are there?

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### Video Transcript

Chloe made groups of 10 to help her count. How many turtles are there?

We’re shown an amount of turtles. And the question tells us that Chloe made groups of 10 to help her count the turtles. We can see that Chloe has made three groups of 10. And there are two more turtles left over. Three groups of 10 is 30. 10, 20, 30. So we know that Chloe’s number is 30 plus the two turtles she has left over. And 30 plus two makes 32. 30, 31, 32. There are 32 turtles. If Chloe makes three groups of 10 — 10, 20, 30 — and has two more turtles — 30, 31, 32 — that means there are 32 turtles altogether.

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