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# Addition &amp; Subtraction Word Problems

Addition &amp; Subtraction Word Problems. Mrs. Seifert. Solve me!. Marla, Berkeley, and Ryan each buy a bag of jelly beans. Marla’s bag has 967 jelly beans in it. Berkeley’s bag had 734 jelly beans. Ryan’s bag has 1,045 jelly beans in it. What is the total number of jelly beans they had?.

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## Addition &amp; Subtraction Word Problems

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1. Addition & Subtraction Word Problems Mrs. Seifert

2. Solve me! • Marla, Berkeley, and Ryan each buy a bag of jelly beans. Marla’s bag has 967 jelly beans in it. Berkeley’s bag had 734 jelly beans. Ryan’s bag has 1,045 jelly beans in it. What is the total number of jelly beans they had?

4. Solve me! • Tyler, Krys, and Aliyah collect stickers. Tyler has 367 stickers. Krys has 862 stickers. Aliyah has 743 stickers. How many stickers did they have in all?

6. Solve me! • Matthew, Megan, and Brittney go to the grocery store for candy. Matthew picks out a Hershey bar that costs \$1.29. Megan gets a bag of Twizzlers that costs \$2.19. Brittney chooses a bag of gumdrops for \$1.68. Matthew says, “I’ll pay for all the candy.” What was the total bill?

8. Solve me! Katie, William, and Katherine go to the mall with \$25.00. Katie wants a shirt that costs \$9.78. William wants a hat that costs \$5.99. Katherine wants a pair of sunglasses that costs \$10.45. • a. How much would all three items cost in all? • b. Would they have enough money to buy all three items?

10. Solve me! • Brian buys two pieces of candy. Each piece of candy costs one dollar and twelve cents. If he gives the cashier a ten dollar bill, what will his change be?

12. Kenneth practiced his trumpet each day from Monday through Friday. He practiced for 10 minutes on Monday and 25 minutes on each of the other • days. How many minutes • did he practice in all?

14. Solve me! • Write each number in standard form. • a. two million, thirty-three thousand, seventy - _______________________________ • b. twelve million, two hundred two thousand, nine - _______________________________ • c. one hundred sixteen thousand, nine hundred one

15. Write each number in standard form. • a. two million, thirty-three thousand, seventy - 2,033,070 • b. twelve million, two hundred two thousand, nine - 12,202,009 • c. one hundred sixteen thousand, nine hundred one - 116,901

16. Solve me! • Tim’s friends gave him \$15 for pizza. If he bought 3 pizzas for \$7 each, • how much more • money does Tim need?

17. \$6.00

18. Solve me • Sally has 2,547 shells in her collection. She give 1,999 to Tim and breaks 52. How • many does • she have left?

19. 496

20. Solve me • The chickens on Ned’s farm produced 325 eggs on Monday. 59 were cracked and 26 were • dropped. How many eggs • did he have • that were not damaged?

21. 240

22. Estimate and Compute • 2,254 + 5,659 = ?

23. 8,000

24. Estimate and Compute • 9,687 – 3,547 = ?

25. 6,000

26. Estimate and Compute • 87,254 + 21,547 = ?

27. 70,000

28. Thanks for playing you are ready to test!!!

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