Addition and Subtraction problems
Number of problems found: 384
- Value of a expression
Find the value 5(11)-10²-15+20
Peter went to the store with $100.00. He bought two belts for $14.00 each, three shirts for $15.00 each, and a pair of jeans for $25. How much money did he have left? Help: We say "a pair of jeans" to talk about one piece of clothing. For more than one, w
- Senior students
There are 7000 students at mountain high school, and 2/7 of these students are seniors. If 2/5 of the seniors favor the school forming a debate team and 3/8 of the remaining students, not seniors, are also forming a debate team, how many students do not f
Anthea is running an experiment to examine vaccine shelf life, and she must precisely monitor the temperature. The starting temperature is −116 degrees Celsius (°C). The temperature rises by 35 degrees, then fall by 12 a degree. What is the final temperat
- Ben has
Ben has three rolls of border paper. Each roll has 10 4/5 feet of border. He will need 40 1/3 feet of the border for her room. How much more border does he need?
- Two drops
Between 5:00 pm to 6:00 pm, the temperature dropped 3°C. Between 6:00 pm to 7:00 pm, the temperature dropped 4°C. What was the total drop in temperature from 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm?
- Temp drop
It is 70°F , and the temperature is expected to drop to 85° in the next month. What is the temperature expected to be?
Gemma prepared a sandwich for the participant of a seminar. She bought five loaves of bread for 35.50 each, two bottles of mayonnaise at 75 points 50 a bottle, and 1.5 kg of ham at 220 per kilo. How much change did she receive if she gave the sales lady a
- Fractions and mixed numbers
Evaluate: a=5/6 + 3/4 b= 2 1/2 + 3 2/3 c= 4/8 - 3/8 d= 5/10 - 3/10 e= 11 - 4/5 f= 6/9 - 3/5 g= 11 2/3 - 7 5/6 h= 3 X 2/7 i= 4/5 X 10/12 j= 1/2 X 9 X 6/12 k= 3 2/5 X 2 1/4 l= 2 2/6 X 5 1/7
- Randy 2
Randy went to a bookstore and bought three notebooks at Php 27.50 each and a dictionary at Php 285.25. How much was his change if his money was a 500 peso bill?
- A rope
From a rope of length 18 3/4 m, two smaller pieces of lengths 5 m and 7 1/2 m are cut out. Find the length of the remaining piece of rope.
- Peter 10
Peter covered 1/2 of the journey on Monday, 1/4 of the remainder on Tuesday, and the rest on Wednesday. What fraction of the journey was covered on the two days?
- Three cakes
There are three cakes an ice cream cake, chocolate, and a sponge cake. We ate 3/4 of the ice cream cake. We cut the chocolate cake into twelve equal pieces, of which We ate nine. The sponge cake was divided into eight equal pieces, with only one remaining
- Jack had
Jack had 4 hours of school. He spent 45 minutes in the library and 1/2 hour on a science lecture and had a lunch break of 25 minutes. How much time is left for the school to get over? (Write the answer as a fraction.)
- At the 2
In the beginning, Kim has 25 cards. He then gave 11 cards to his friend. His cousin came over and gave him 17 cards. His uncle also came and gave him 18 cards. How many cards does he have now?
- The ribbon
Maricel has 12 ⅝ meters of ribbon. She gave 5 ⅛ meters to Annalise and 4 ⅜ meters to Analisa. How many meters of ribbon was left to her?
Danny made a mistake in the following problem. Line 1:21 + 35 ÷ 7 + 6(2) Line 2:21 + 5 + 6(2) Line 3:21 + 11(2) Line 4:21 + 22 Line 5:43 On what line was the mistake made? Only input the number of the first incorrect line.
- Painting 9
Maria and Emme each had 4 pints of paint. On the first day of painting, Maria used 3/5 of her 4 pints of paint, and Emme used 3/4 of her 4 pints of paint. How much of Maria and Emme's paint remained after the first day of painting? Enter your answer as a
- Mother 13
The mother brought 4 1/8 kg of meat. She used 1 1/3 kg to cook and care for her family and 3/4 kg to make beef steak. How many kilograms of meat were left?
- A vendor 2
A vendor gained 50.00 on the first day, lost 18.00 on the second day, and gained 45.00 on the third day. How much profit did the vendor gain in three days?
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