Worksheet: Word Problems: Addition and Subtraction with Numbers up to 1,000,000

In this worksheet, we will practice solving one- and two-step word problems by adding and subtracting numbers up to 1,000,000.

Q1:

The number of spectators during three successive soccer games were 16,502, 27,244, and 16,475. Find the total number of spectators.

Q2:

To raise money for charity, 28,865 boys and 49,788 girls took part in sports activities. How many children took part in total?

Q3:

84,242 spectators were inside a football stadium, and another 14,722 were queuing to get in. How many spectators had come to see the match?

Q4:

The populations of two cities are 536,847 and 412,132. Find the difference between the populations of the two cities.

Q5:

A man is buying a flat that costs 78,968pounds. He has paid 6,117pounds so far. How much is left to pay?

Q6:

Find the difference between the greatest and smallest numbers in the list: 83,015,54,314,8,293,88,688, and 304.

Q7:

Find the difference between the largest number and the smallest number that can be formed by using each of the following numbers once: 3, 8, 1, 6, 2.

Q8:

46,292 letters were posted one month, and the next month 40,535 letters were posted. Find the total number of letters posted in those two months.

Q9:

A man bought an aprtment for 58,729 pounds, and his friend bought another apartment for 32,265 pounds. Calculate the total price of both apartments.

Q10:

In a year, 13,665 apartments were built in one governorate, and 12,556 apartments were built in another governorate. How many apartments were built in total?

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