Using Addition and Subtraction to Solve Problems II

Post Test

Circle the letter of the most correct answer.

1 Juan has 640 U.S. stamps and 130 Mexican stamps in his collection. How
many stamps does Juan have altogether?

2 Sally has 987 U.S. coins and 160 Mexican coins in her collection. How
many more U.S. coins than Mexican coins does Sally have?

3 The store had 955 Footballs and 331 were sold. How many does the store
have left?

4 A runner is running a race that is 8,238 feet long. She stops to rest
at 4,887 feet. How many more feet must she run to finish the race?

5 A basketball team held a bake sale to raise money for new equipment.
There were 568 baked items provided for the sale. At noon the team has
sold 345 of the items. How many baked items did the team have left to sell?

6 Sheila's parents bought a sofa for $1,000, a chair for $ 755, and a coffee
table for $139. How much did these items cost in all, not including tax?

7 Tammy and her sister went butterfly hunting in the park. On Thursday they caught 33 butterflies. On Friday they caught 27 butterflies. On Saturday they caught 49 butterflies. How many butterflies did they catch in total?

8 Martin had a good lawn mowing business. In one weekend he had three lawn
mowing jobs. He earned $13.00 on one job, $8.00 on another job and $20.00
on his last job. How much money did Martin earn that weekend?

9 Will had 148 comic books in his collection. He decided to buy a new CD player but he did not have enough money, so he had to sell 27 comic books to get the extra money. How many comic books did Will have left in his collection?

10 Ms. Robinson owned two plant nurseries. One weekend one store sold 58 peach trees and her other store sold 45 peach trees. How many peach trees were sold in her stores that weekend?