 # Practice - Addition and Subtraction - 01

Hello, young scholars! Welcome to our entertaining yet challenging Maths Quiz on Addition and Subtraction. This quiz is packed with fun questions designed to test your mastery of adding and subtracting. So, make sure your brain gears are all oiled up and ready for a thrilling journey through numbers. Remember, it's okay to make mistakes, but the most important thing is to learn. So get ready, set, go! A world of numbers awaits!
1.
What is the sum of 12, 7 and 6
24
25
26
27
By adding 12, 7 and 6 together, we find that the sum is 25. So, the correct answer is 25.
2.
If you subtract 6 from 12, what will you have?
7
6
5
8
Subtracting 6 from 12 gives us 6. So, the correct answer is 6.
3.
Julie has 9 apples. She buys 3 more. How many apples does she have now?
11
12
13
14
By adding the 3 apples Julie bought to the 9 she already had, we find that she now has 12 apples. So, the correct answer is 12.
4.
What is the result of 16 + 7 - 5
16
17
18
19
First, add 16 and 7 together to get 23. Then subtract 5 from 23 to get 18. So, the correct answer is 18.
5.
Jim has £15. He spends £7. How much is left?
£7
£8
£9
£10
If Jim subtracts £7 from his £15, he will be left with £8. So, the correct answer is £8.
6.
The result of 7 plus 8 minus 3 is?
10
11
12
13
First, add the 7 and 8 together to get 15. Then subtract 3 from this result to get 12. So, the correct answer is 12.
7.
What is 15 minus 10?
4
5
6
7
By subtracting 10 from 15, we find that the answer is 5. So, the correct answer is 5.
8.
What is the sum of 5 and 7?
11
12
13
14
To obtain the answer, simply add 5 and 7 together to get 12.
9.
John has 20 sweets. He gives 8 to his friend. How many sweets does he have left?
11
12
13
14
Subtract the 8 sweets that John gave away from the initial 20 sweets. This leaves him with 12 sweets. 12 is the correct answer.
10.
If you add 7 to the result of 7 minus 4, what is the answer?
9
10
11
12
First, subtract 4 from 7 to get 3. Then add 7 to this result to get 10. So, the correct answer is 10.
Author:  Graeme Haw 