Q1:

Elizabeth traveled downhill for 110 feet. Next, she traveled uphill for 40 feet. Write an addition expression to describe this situation, and then calculate it.

• A , 70
• B , 150
• C ,
• D ,
• E , 70

Q2:

Evaluate .

Q3:

You can use a number line to add.

Add ones by counting in ones.

Add tens by counting in tens.

Use number lines to find the answers to these sums.

Q4:

Hannah has \$852 in her bank account. She withdrew \$51 and then deposited \$53. Write an addition sentence to describe this situation, and then solve it.

• A , 956
• B , 748
• C , 850
• D , 854
• E ,

Q5:

There are 27 students in one class and 60 students in another. How many students are there in total?

Q6:

John is playing a game. He starts with 30 points.

If, after his first turn, the change in his score is . What is his score after the first turn?

If instead, after his first turn, the change in his score becomes +20. What is his score after the first turn?

Q7:

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

Q8:

Find the sum.

Hint: Jump in tens and ones on a number line.

• A71
• B51
• C61

Q9:

We can use number lines to add negative numbers.

Which number line matches the calculation ?

• A
• B
• C
• D
• E

What is ?

Q10:

Find .

Q11:

Anthony is adding using a number line.

Which sum is he working on?

• A
• B
• C

What is the total?

• A87
• B92
• C42

Q12:

Complete using the number line.

Q13:

Which of the following expressions does not belong with the other four?

• A
• B
• C
• D
• E

Q14:

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