# Lesson Worksheet: Word Problems: Adding and Subtracting Money with Decimals Mathematics

In this worksheet, we will practice solving addition and subtraction word problems with money in decimal notation by converting to pounds and pence.

Q1:

Jacob spent £3.20 on stationery. He pays with a £10 note.

Use the following number line to calculate how much change he will get.

Q2:

Noah has £2.35. His brother Anthony has 220p and his sister Isabella has £1 and 30p. How much money do they have altogether in decimal notation?

Q3:

A clothes store has the items shown. Take a look at their prices.

Rewrite the price of the shirt in pounds and pence.

• A£4 and ‏20p
• B£3 and ‏75p
• C£3 ‏and 375p
• D£37 and ‏75p

Rewrite the price of the shorts in pounds and pence.

• A£3 and ‏75p
• B£4 and ‏20p
• C£42 ‏and 20p
• D£4 and ‏420p

Fill in the blank: The total cost of both items is .

Q4:

This receipt of Jacob’s breakfast is shown.

What is the total cost of Jacob’s breakfast?

If Jacob pays with a £10 note, how much change will he receive?

Q5:

Daniel has the following coins:

How much does Daniel have in pounds?

Daniel’s father gives him 65p. How much does Daniel have now in pounds?

Q6:

Fill in the blank: The total cost of the two items is .

Q7:

Elizabeth, Jennifer, and Amelia went shopping together. Elizabeth spent £12.35, Jennifer spent £14.65, and Amelia spent £11.45. How much did they all spend in total?

Q8:

Anthony has £4.20. If he gives his son £1.60 and his daughter £1.50, how much money will Anthony have left?

Q9:

Look at these three toys and their prices.

How much do the three toys cost altogether in pence?

How much do the three toys cost altogether in decimal notation?

Q10:

Daniel has £0.70 and his sister Isabella has £0.80. They decide to put their money together to buy a gift that costs £1.20 for their mother. Use the following model to find how much they will have, in decimal notation, after they buy the gift.