Worksheet: Bar Models: Numbers up to 10,000
In this worksheet, we will practice solving one-step addition and subtraction problems by modeling them with either part–whole or comparative bar models and writing equations.
1,967 tourists visited the History Museum in the first week and 6,578 tourists visited in the second week. How many visitors were there in those two weeks?
A farmer bought 4,523 sheep and 4,024 cows. How many animals did the farmer buy in total?
The total number of people who attended a concert was 2,155. If the number of people who were standing was 1,025, use the bar model to find the number of people who were sitting.
David has £2,165. He buys a new cell phone for £1,350. How much money does he have left?
A lorry weighed 4,460 kg. After being loaded with fruit it weighed 9,876 kg. How much did the fruit weigh?
A man bought a car that had been driven 427 km. A year later, the car had driven 4,962 km. Find the distance the man drove in that year.
A ship sailed 3,360 km to a port and then 2,110 km to a second port. What is the total distance traveled?
A mother elephant weighs 5,312 kg, and her baby weighs 1,414 kg. What is the total of their weights?
Chloe has 5,655 pounds and she buys a cell phone for 2,450 pounds. How much money is left with her?