 # Practice - Addition and Subtraction - 06

Hello there, KS2 students! Are you ready for some exciting mathematical challenges? This quiz will test your addition and subtraction skills. We've included questions with real-life examples and even a touch of fractions to keep things interesting. So put on your thinking hats and unlock the super-mathematician within you. Good luck!
1.
Deduct 28 from 67
38
39
40
41
The difference between 67 and 28 is 39.
2.
A box of chocolates weighs 50 grams. How much would 4 boxes weight?
250 grams
200 grams
150 grams
100 grams
Each box weighs 50 grams, so 4 boxes would weigh 50 times 4, which is 200 grams.
3.
What is 1,326 minus 648?
568
670
678
680
Subtracting 648 from 1,326 gives us 678.
4.
What's the total if you sum up a £2 coin, a £1 coin, and a 50p coin?
£3
£3.50
£4
£2.50
If we add a £2 coin, a £1 coin, and a 50p coin together, it equals £3.50.
5.
Hannah has 5 books and she just bought 3 more. How many books does she have now?
7
10
8
9
When you add 5 to 3, you get 8. So now Hannah has 8 books.
6.
Subtract 76 from 345.
269
280
260
279
When you subtract 76 from 345, the result is 269.
7.
Susan had £10. She spent £3 on a sandwich and £2 on a drink. How much money is left?
£4
£5
£6
£7
Susan had £10 and spent a total of (£3 + £2) = £5. So, she's left with (£10 - £5) = £5.
8.
690
700
600
800
Adding 214 and 486 gives a sum of 700.
9.
Subtract 34 from 2.
14
114
34
12
To subtract a fraction from a whole number, perform the subtraction operation as usual. 2 - 34 equals 114.
10.
12
1
14
34
Adding 34 and 14 gives you a whole or 1.
Author:  Graeme Haw 