Worksheet: Adding Three or More Numbers

In this worksheet, we will practice adding three or more numbers where the result is above 100 and does not exceed 1000.

Q1:

4 7 2 + 1 2 5 + 1 2 9 = .

Q2:

What is the sum of 61, 90, 87, and 49?

  • A136
  • B354
  • C151
  • D287
  • E67

Q3:

Three people are saving for a trip. David saved 260 LE, Daniel saved 101 LE, and Elizabeth saved 302 LE. How much have they saved so far?

Q4:

1 5 9 + 4 0 6 + 3 5 0 = .

Q5:

1 0 0 + 3 8 3 + 3 1 7 = .

Q6:

Fill in the blank: 76+82+68=.

Q7:

Emma was playing a game. In the first round she scored 66 points, in the second she scored 72, in the third she scored 64, and in the last round she scored 61. How many points did she score in total?

Q8:

Evaluate: 46+57+68+79=.

Q9:

Four bookstores sell short stories to students.

In one week, the first store sold 152 books, the second one sold 127 books, the third one sold 178, and the fourth one sold 133.

How many books were sold in total?

  • A590 stories
  • B457 stories
  • C412 stories
  • D438 stories
  • E279 stories

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