Addition & Subtraction Review

by Tracy Bramel

| 14 Questions1

1

Solve.

46

+33

79

80

78

13

2

1

The were 34 apples and 23 oranges in the grocery store. How many fruits did the store all together?

67

11

56

57

3

1

Each if the following represents a number. If both numbers were added, what would be the sum?

382

392

930

329

4

1

Which number sentence is in the same fact family as the one shown?

54 + 83 = 137

54 + 116 = 170

137 - 22 = 115

83 + 137 = 220

137-54 = 83

5

1

Each if the following represents a number. If both numbers were subtracted, what would be the difference?

103

345

233

145

6

1

What is 10 more than 360?

361

370

350

460

7

1

What is 10 more than 63?

163

64

53

73

8

1

What number is 100 more than 826?

836

827

926

726

9

1

What is 10 more than 372?

472

382

373

482

10

1

What is 100 less than 793?

693

792

783

803

11

1

Solve 57 + 33 = __________

80

24

90

91

12

1

Spencer has 65 baseball cards. He gives his sister 28 of his cards. Now, how many cards does Spencer have left?
Which of the following shows the correct number sentence and solution for this problem?

65 + 28 = 93

97 - 28 = 71

65 - 28 = 83

65 - 28 = 37

13

1

Latasha has 39 seashells. Her grandma gave her 26 more. How many seashells does Latasha have now?
Which shows a correct number sentence and solution for this problem?

39-26 = 9

39 + 26 = 65

39 - 26 = 19

39 + 26 = 55

14

1

Maria has a collection of 45 dinosaur toys. Simon has a collection of 35 dinosaurs. Katy has a collection of 10 dinosaurs. If they combine their dinosaurs into one collection, how many dinosaurs will that be?

Which of the following shows the correct number sentence and solution for this problem?

45 + 35 + 10 = 80 dinosaurs

45 + 35 - 10 = 65 dinosaurs

45 + 35 + 10 = 90 dinosaurs

45 + 35 - 10 = 70 dinosaurs

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