Addition and subtraction problems

This lesson builds on prior learning to develop a range of strategies to efficiently add and subtract within one problem.

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Quiz:

Addition and Subtraction Problems Quiz

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Question 2

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Question 4

Q1.I subtract 612, then take away a further 111. I add 904. My answer is 1187. What was my number?

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Q2.I subtract 9314. I then add 72,097. I subtract 32,982. My answer is 168,373. What was my number?

2/4

Q3.I add 3.62, then subtract 9.4. I then add 12.45. My answer is 16.17. What was my number?

3/4

Q4.The sum of three consecutive numbers is odd.

4/4

This quiz includes images that don't have any alt text - please contact your teacher who should be able to help you with an audio description.

Quiz:

Addition and Subtraction Problems Quiz

You've got this, good luck!

Question 1

Question 2

Question 3

Question 4

Q1.I subtract 612, then take away a further 111. I add 904. My answer is 1187. What was my number?

1/4

Q2.I subtract 9314. I then add 72,097. I subtract 32,982. My answer is 168,373. What was my number?

2/4

Q3.I add 3.62, then subtract 9.4. I then add 12.45. My answer is 16.17. What was my number?

3/4

Q4.The sum of three consecutive numbers is odd.

4/4

Lesson summary: Addition and subtraction problems

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