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# Level 3-4 Numbers - Addition and Subtraction

Hey there! Let's talk about two super cool things: addition and subtraction – the superheroes of maths! You learned these tricks ages ago, but in KS3 Maths, we're taking it up a notch. Now, we're dealing with bigger numbers and even hanging out with decimals.

1.
Paula expects to get 15 Christmas cards. She receives 41. How many more did she get than expected?
22
24
26
28
41 - 15 = 26
2.
What is 67 + 138 - 67?
120
128
130
138
67 appears twice: once as an addition and once as a subtraction. So they cancel each other out
3.
What is twice the amount of 345?
690
700
710
720
345 + 345 = 690
4.
Charlie decides to give his little sister 40p out of his £1.00 pocket money. How much does he have left?
20p
30p
50p
60p
60p + 40p = 100p which is equal to £1.00
5.
What is 22 - 4 + 83?
99
100
101
102
22 - 4 = 18 and 18 + 83 = 101
6.
5p
10p
15p
20p
40 - 25 = 15
7.
What is 34 + 43?
55
66
77
88
3 + 4 = 7 so both columns in the sum are the same
8.
What is 76 - 14?
62
64
66
68
To check you've got it right, add 14 to 62
9.
What number must be added to 70 to make 120?
40
50
60
70
You can work this out by subtracting 70 from 120
10.
What number must be subtracted from 1,200 to get 630?
570
575
650
675
570 is the difference between 630 and 1,200