# Worksheet: Word Problems: Addition and Subtraction with Numbers up to 1000

In this worksheet, we will practice deciding which operations are needed to solve a word problem by drawing a model if necessary and writing an equation to record the solution.

**Q1: **

A man has 675 LE and his brother has 214 LE. How much do they have altogether?

**Q3: **

Look at the pattern:

What number is missing?

- A500
- B600
- C400

What is the next equation in the pattern?

- A
- B
- C

**Q4: **

A man bought a cell phone for 506 LE and a camera for 390 LE. How much did he pay for both of them?

- A896 LE
- B886 LE
- C796 LE
- D895 LE

**Q5: **

A girl bought toys for 161 LE and a cell phone for 394 LE. How much money did she spend?

- A394 LE
- B233 LE
- C161 LE
- D555 LE

**Q6: **

If a person bought a watch for 113 LE and a shirt for 740 LE, how much did he pay for both of them?

**Q7: **

A farmer has 377 hens and 293 ducks. How many birds does he have all together?

**Q9: **

On Sunday, 686 tourists visited the museum. On Monday, 126 tourists visited it. How many tourists visited the museum on those days?

**Q10: **

377 ships crossed the Suez Canal in January, and 573 ships crossed it in February. Find the number of ships that crossed the canal in the two months.

**Q13: **

A group of students want to raise 654 LE to get new sports equipment for their school. They collected 331 LE in the first month. How much more do they need?

**Q14: **

108 students went on a school trip. The school has 209 students. How many did NOT go on the trip?

- A317 students
- B108 students
- C101 students
- D209 students

**Q15: **

The temperature of the chicken Jennifer is cooking is . Use the table below to determine the least amount the temperature will need to rise for the chicken to be safe to eat.

Type of Meat | Beef | Chicken | Turkey | Fish |
---|---|---|---|---|

Safe Internal Temperature () | 150–155 | 165–175 | 160–170 | 170–180 |

**Q16: **

A store has 940 kg of apples. 287 kg were sold. How many kilograms are left?

- A 653 kg
- B 753 kg
- C 654 kg
- D 663 kg