# How to Get the Perfect Decomposing Number for Your Kindergarten Math Sheet

We all know that when you’re reading a math book, you’re looking for the perfect number, right?

It makes you feel good knowing that you’ve got the right answer.

But what if you need to dig deeper into your math to find the right number?

You might be tempted to take a shortcut, and just type in your math name instead of a numerical value.

But you could end up with a number that’s a little more complicated than what you need.

In fact, that’s exactly what happened to this kindergarten math sheet from kindergarten.

The teacher at the elementary school had trouble reading it, so he took it to the principal.

“He was like, ‘Are you sure you want to read this?’

And I was like ‘Yes, sir,'” the mom said.

“And he was like [sarcastically], ‘You’re just going to have to repeat it.’

I was totally baffled.”

So the mom got her daughter a math textbook that was a little easier on her mind.

The math textbook also included a little reminder of what the numbers in a formula mean.

The mom said her daughter took the textbook back to the classroom and was shocked at the number of digits that had been cut out.

“I was like what the heck is that?” she said.

The kindergarten math teacher told the mom she had to take it back to her office.

“They didn’t have a problem with it,” the mom told ABC News.

“The math teacher did the math.

It was fine.

I didn’t notice any changes.

I took the lesson back to my office and it was fine.”