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:

A farmer plants 200 orange trees and 300 mango trees. How many trees did the farmer plant?

Q2:

Hannah is 52 years old and Charlotte is 37. What is the sum of their ages?

Q3:

A builder bought two pieces of land. One had an area of 456 feddans, and the other had an area of 154 feddans. Find the total area of land bought.

Q4:

If a student bought a ruler for 425piastres and a pen for 375piastres, how much did he pay?

Q5:

A girl has 250 piastres. If her father gives her 400 piastres, how much money will she have?

Q6:

12 dogs were in a pet show. There were 17 pets in total at the show. How many were not dogs?

Q7:

There are 89 pupils in a classroom. 59 are boys. How many are girls?

Q8:

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

Q9:

William had $43. He gave his brother $36. How much money does William have left?

Q10:

Victoria collected 31 shells from the beach yesterday. She gave 7 of them to her friend. How many shells does she have left?

Q11:

There are 98 pupils in a classroom. 65 are boys. How many are girls?

Q12:

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

Q13:

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

Q14:

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?

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