# 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.