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# Practice - Addition and Subtraction - 03

Hello, super students! We've got a maths challenge designed just for you! Show us your awesome addition and sublime subtraction skills in this quiz. But remember, it's not all about right and wrong. It's also about trying your best and learning along the way. So, take a deep breath, put on your thinking cap, and let's dive in!
1.
If a toy car costs £78 and you pay with a £100 note, how much change will you get?
£12
£20
£22
£25
The correct answer is £22. You get this by subtracting the cost of the toy car (£78) from £100.
2.
What is the total when you add 50, 30, and 20 together?
80
90
100
110
The correct answer is 100. You get this by adding 50, 30, and 20 together.
3.
If you have £45 and spend £12 on a book, how much money do you have left?
£32
£33
£34
£35
The correct answer is £33. You get this by subtracting £12 (the cost of the book) from £45 (the total money you had).
4.
If you collect 45 seashells at the beach in the morning and 15 more in the afternoon, how many seashells do you have in total?
55
60
65
70
The correct answer is 60. If you add 15 seashells to the 45 you already had, you end up with a total of 60 seashells.
5.
Add up the numbers 23, 18 and 29. What will the total be?
60
70
80
90
The correct answer is 70. You get this by adding 23, 18, and 29 together.
6.
What do you get when you add 34 and 66 together?
90
110
100
120
The correct answer is 100. You get this by adding 34 and 66 together.
7.
If you begin with 100 marbles and give away 23, how many do you have left?
77
78
80
82
The correct answer is 77. You calculate this by subtracting the 23 marbles given away from the original 100 marbles.
8.
What is the answer to 87 - 52?
37
35
39
30
The correct answer is 35. You get this by subtracting 52 from 87.
9.
Take away 49 from 90. What is left?
41
42
43
40
The correct answer is 41. You get this by subtracting 49 from 90.
10.
What is 55 plus 12?
55
55.5
56
56.5
The correct answer is 55.5. When you add 55 to 12 (which is 0.5), you get 55.5.
Author:  Graeme Haw