Learning/Teaching Math Can Be Fun : Addition Word Problem
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Exercise on Addition Word problems
Solve each of the following Addition Word Problem :
In the following problems, give your answers both in figures and in words.
On the right side of a road, there are 437 trees and on the left there are 395 trees. What is the total number of trees.
A's house is 398 metres to the right of B's house and C's house is 487 metres to the left of B's house. What is the distance between A's house and C's house.
In a school there are 109 eucalyptus trees, 67 mango trees and 9 guava trees. How many trees are there in all ?
Make the greatest and least numbers with the digits 1,7, 9, 4. Find their sum.
A shool exhibition was held for four days. The number of students who visited the exhibition on different days was 367, 1934, 298, 1296. How many students visited the exhibition.
A soap factory produced 10939, 11056, 11198, 10987 soap cakes on four different days. How many soap cakes were produced during these four days.
A country exported 123978, 114560, 102985, 129869 tonnes of tea during four different years. How much tea was exported during these four years.
The population of four cities are 1099367, 1139860, 1208765 and 1023456. Find the total population in these four cities.
For Answers, see at the end of the page.
Progressive Learning of Math : Addition Word Problem
Recently, I have found a series of math curricula (Both Hard Copy and Digital Copy) developed by a Lady Teacher who taught everyone from Pre-K students to doctoral students and who is a Ph.D. in Mathematics Education.
This series is very different and advantageous over many of the traditional books available. These give students tools that other books do not. Other books just give practice. These teach students “tricks” and new ways to think.
These build a student’s new knowledge of concepts from their existing knowledge. These provide many pages of practice that gradually increases in difficulty and provide constant review.
These also provide teachers and parents with lessons on how to work with the child on the concepts.
The series is low to reasonably priced and include
Answers to each of the Addition Word problem from Exercise :
832 Eight Hundred Thirty Two
885 Eight Hundred Eighty Five
185 One Hundred Eighty Five
11220 Eleven Thousand Two Hundred Twenty
3895 Three Thousand Eight Hundred Ninety Five
44180 Forty Four Thousand One Hundred Eighty
471392 Four Lakhs Seventy One Thousand Three Hundred Ninety two (in the Hindu - Arabic Number System) and Four Hundred Seventy One Thousand Three Hundred Ninety two (in The English Number System)
4471448 Forty Four Lakh Seventy One Thousand Four Hundred Forty Eight (in the Hindu - Arabic Number System) Four Million Four Hundred Seventy One Thousand Four Hundred Forty eight(in The English Number System)
Research-based personalized Math Help tutoring program : Addition Word Problem
Here is a resource for Solid Foundation in Math Fundamentals from Middle thru High School. You can check your self by the
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Time spent using the program
Personalized remediation curriculum designed for your child
Details the areas of weakness where your child needs additional help
Provides the REASONS WHY your child missed a concept
List of modules accessed and amount of time spent in each module
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