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Practice - Addition and Subtraction - 04

Welcome to this awesome Maths quiz, young mathematicians! Are you ready to put your addition and subtraction skills to the test? We're thrilled you've chosen to challenge yourself today. Remember, Maths is not about speed, but understanding. So, take your time, think about your answers carefully and most importantly, enjoy the quiz! Let's get the ball rolling!
1.
What is the sum of 87 and 359?
438
448
446
453
To add these numbers together, it's easier to break down the numbers. The sum of 87 and 359 is 446.
2.
Subtract 104 from 520. What is the result?
406
416
414
426
When subtracting 104 from 520, the result is 416.
3.
A bag of sweets weighs 545g and another weighs 327g. What is the total weight?
872g
882g
892g
902g
When you add the weights of the two bags together (545g + 327g), you get a total of 872g.
4.
You have £50 and spend £23. How much do you have left?
£33
£27
£30
£37
This problem involves subtraction. Start from £50 and take away £23, which leaves you with £27.
5.
If James had 168 toffees and he gave his friend 56 toffees, how many does he have left?
112
102
104
122
When James gives away 56 toffees from his 168, He's left with 112 toffees. This computation involves subtraction.
6.
What is 575 + 213?
788
685
558
789
To solve this problem, add the units first (5 + 3 = 8), then add the tens (7 + 1 = 8), and finally the hundreds (500 + 200 = 700). That gets you to a total of 788.
7.
Subtract 456 from 1,025. What is the result?
569
568
579
589
When subtracting 456 from 1,025, the answer is 569.
8.
Zoe has £475 and she spent £259 on a bicycle, how much does she have left?
£216
£226
£216
£236
If Zoe starts with £475 and spends £259, she has £216 left. The operation involved is subtraction.
9.
What is the sum of 149 and 504
643
653
663
673
149 and 504 add up to give 653.
10.
What is the sum of 345 and 405
740
750
760
770
345 and 405 add up to give 750.
Author:  Graeme Haw

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