# 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.

**Q2: **

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?

**Q5: **

A farmer bought 4,523 sheep and 4,024 cows. How many animals did the farmer buy in total?

**Q7: **

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.

**Q9: **

David has £2,165. He buys a new cell phone for £1,350. How much money does he have left?

**Q10: **

A lorry weighed 4,460 kg. After being loaded with fruit it weighed 9,876 kg. How much did the fruit weigh?

**Q11: **

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.

**Q13: **

A ship sailed 3,360 km to a port and then 2,110 km to a second port. What is the total distance traveled?

**Q14: **

A mother elephant weighs 5,312 kg, and her baby weighs 1,414 kg. What is the total of their weights?

**Q15: **

Chloe has 5,655 pounds and she buys a cell phone for 2,450 pounds. How much money is left with her?