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Farms & Fences
We're going to start talking about how we need to measure end-to-end (no gaps). When we measured with our feet, the ends of our shoes touched, so when we measure, we measure end-to-end so there are no gaps.
All year, we've been doing a lot of combination work. This is where combinations of numbers come into play (for example, 1+9 = 10, 2 + 8 = 10, 3 + 7 = 10, etc.). We can use combinations to show different ways to make the same length. For example, a 10 feet fence is the same as a two 5-feet fence.