Problem 1 :

In a library, 988 books were there. If 250 books are bought today, how many books are in the library now ?

Problem 2 :

1056 boys  and 781 girls took part in an art competition. How many students took part in the competition in all ?

Problem 3 :

Jack has given \$1025 to his wife. After giving \$1025 to his wife, he has \$756 left. How much money did he have initially ?

Problem 4 :

Problem 5 :

William sold 1257 meatballs on Friday. He sold 158 more meatballs on Saturday than on Friday. How many meatballs did he sell altogether on these two days ?

Problem 6 :

Joey participated in a dance-a-thon. His team started dancing at 10 A.M. on Friday and stopped at 6 P.M. on Saturday. How many hours did Joey’s team dance ?

Problem 7 :

Jeff left Hartford at 2:15 P.M. and arrived in Boston at 4:45 P.M. How long did the drive take him ?

Problem 8 :

Distance from place A to B is 50 miles, distance from place B to place C is two times the distance from place A to place B and the distance from Place C to place D is three-fourth of the distance from place B to place C. Find the distance from place A to place D. Problem 1 :

In a library, 988 books were there. If 250 books are bought today, how many books are in the library now ?

Solution :

To find the total number of books in the library now, add 988 and 250.

=  988 + 250

=  1238

So, there are 1238 books in the library now.

Problem 2 :

1056 boys  and 781 girls took part in an art competition. How many students took part in the competition in all ?

Solution :

To find the total number of students, add 1056 and 781.

=  1056 + 781

=  1837

So, 1837 students took part in the competition in all.

Problem 3 :

Jack has given \$1025 to his wife. After giving \$1025 to his wife, he has \$756 left. How much money did he have initially ?

Solution :

=  1025 + 756

=  1781

Problem 4 :

Solution :

=  600 + 200

=  800

So, the score for grade A is 800.

Problem 5 :

William sold 1257 meatballs on Friday. He sold 158 more meatballs on Saturday than on Friday. How many meatballs did he sell altogether on these two days ?

Solution :

Number of meatballs sold on Friday :

=  1257

Number of meatballs sold on Saturday :

=  1257 + 158

=  1415

Number of meat balls sold on Friday and Saturday altogether :

=  1257 + 1415

=  2672

So, William sold 2672 meatballs altogether on Friday and Saturday.

Problem 6 :

Joey participated in a dance-a-thon. His team started dancing at 10 A.M. on Friday and stopped at 6 P.M. on Saturday. How many hours did Joey’s team dance ?

Solution :

From 10 A.M. Friday to 10 A.M. Saturday is 24 hours.

From 10 A.M. Saturday to 6 P.M. Saturday is another 8 hours.

Then, total hours is

=  24 + 8

=  32

So, Joey's team danced for a total of 32 hours.

Problem 7 :

Jeff left Hartford at 2:15 P.M. and arrived in Boston at 4:45 P.M. How long did the drive take him ?

Solution :

From 2:15 P.M. to 4:15 P.M. is 2 hours.

From 4:15 P.M. to 4:45 P.M. is another half hour.

Then, the total time is

=  2 hours + 0.5 hours

=  2.5 hours

=  2 hours 30 minutes

So, the drive took him for 2 hours 30 minutes.

Problem 8 :

Distance from place A to B is 50 miles, distance from place B to place C is two times the distance from place A to place B and the distance from Place C to place D is three-fourth of the distance from place B to place C. Find the distance from place A to place D.

Solution :

Distance from place A to place B :

=  50 miles

Distance from place B to place C :

=  2 ⋅ (Distance from A to B)

=  2 ⋅ 50 miles

=  100 miles

Distance from place C to place D :

=  3/4 ⋅ (Distance from C to D)

=  3/4 ⋅ 100 miles

=  3 ⋅ 25

=  75 miles

Total distance (A to D) :

=  (A to B) + (B to C) + (C to D)

=  50 + 100 + 75

=  225 miles

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