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Worksheet: Adding Two-Digit Numbers to Two-Digit Numbers

Q1:

There are 32 sheep in one field, and 37 sheep in another field. How many sheep are there in both fields?

Q2:

There are two buses. One has 46 tourists, and the other has 27 tourists. How many tourists are there in total?

Q3:

A farmer has 43 ducks and 24 hens. Find the total number of birds that he has.

Q4:

A man read 51 pages of a book one day and 34 pages the next day. How many pages did he read in both days?

Q5:

Find the number that when added to 20 gives 90.

  • A40
  • B30
  • C70
  • D80
  • E60

Q6:

50 people are going to a party. Then, 15 more people decide to go. How many people are going to the party? Find the number by using the chart to count.

40414243444546474849
515253545556575859
60616263646566676869

Q7:

Eric and Dana are making a bridge out of blocks. They choose 23 green blocks and 30 red blocks. How many blocks do they use altogether?

Q8:

There were 28 bees in a beehive and 42 bees collecting pollen from nearby flowers. How many bees were there altogether?

Q9:

Emma is 52 years old and Judith is 37. What is the sum of their ages?

Q10:

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Q11:

Anthony has 74 new stamps and 24 old stamps. How many stamps does he have in total?