**Topic : Addition **

**Concept**:

Addition means bringing two or more numbers or things together to make a new total. The sign used for Addition is

**"+"**and is read as**plus**. The numbers we add are called as "Augend" and "Addend". The result of addition is called "**Sum**".Augend: is the number to which the another number is added.

Addend is the number which is added to another number.

* Sometimes both Augend and Addend are called addend.

**Properties**:

- Changing the order of the number during addition does not change the answer. Example : 15+14=14+15
- Zero added to any number gives the same number. Example 29+0=29
- One added to any number gives the number just after it (Predecessor). Example 36+1=37

## Worksheet for Addition: For Class 2

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