Number Patterns

New Zealand

Level 3

A rabbit took $6$6 jumps forward, then took $4$4 jumps back.

Which expression (number sentence) matches the word problem for the number of jumps the rabbit is from its starting point?

$0+6$0+6

A

$0-4$0−4

B

$0+6-4$0+6−4

C

$0+6+4$0+6+4

D

Easy

Less than a minute

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