# Double Digit Vertical

## Worksheet Description

The worksheet displayed appears to be a collection of addition problems organized in a traditional format. Each problem presents two numbers, one above the other, with an addition sign on the left, indicating that the student should add the two numbers together. The numbers are set out in pairs, with several problems per row, and there are multiple rows to provide a substantial amount of practice. There’s a line below each pair where the student can write the sum of each problem.

The intent of the worksheet is to provide students with practice in vertical addition, where numbers are stacked and added column by column, starting from the rightmost digits and moving left. This teaches students how to handle carrying over when the sum of a column is more than nine. It reinforces the concept of place value as students must align the units, tens, and possibly hundreds places correctly. The worksheet also aims to increase the student’s speed and accuracy with addition, foundational skills in mathematics.

This is a worksheet filled with vertically oriented double digit addition problems. There are 5 columns of 6 rows of problems for a total of 30 problems.