True or False 1. A student has three blue blocks and five red blocks. He aligns the blocks and sees that there are two fewer blue blocks than red blocks. The student is modeling a comparison approach to subtraction.
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2. A student has 24 teddy bear counters. She places 6 teddy bears in each of four cups. This student is using an array model to divide.
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3. Ismail has five pairs of pants and four shirts. How many different outfits can he create from these items of clothing?
This is an example of a multiplication problem involving combinations.