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This method is also called adding very large numbers.

Why calculators and computers are limited with additions?

Electronic devices and programs store numbers in a memory that is not infinite, unlike numbers. Thus, calculator additions are generally limited to a dozen of digits, and computers are generally limited to 32 bits additions (2^32 = 4294967296 that is 10 digits) and/or 64 bits (2^64 = 18446744073709551615 that is 20 digits)

How to read an addition a+b?

The mathematical reading is $ a $ plus $ b $ or sum of $ a $ and $ b $

But in a more literary way, it is possible to read: $ a $ added to $ b $

How to generate additions problems?

Use the random selection of numbers tool, depending on the size of numbers, calculations could be adapted to various school grades.

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