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Worksheet: Adding Three- and Four-Digit Numbers with Regrouping

Q1:

1 7 7 4 + 3 7 2 6 = .

Q2:

Pick the sum equal to 3 3 2 4 + 5 5 6 4 .

  • A 8 0 0 0 + 9 0 0 + 8 0 + 8
  • B 9 0 0 0 + 8 0 0 + 8 0 + 8
  • C 8 0 0 0 + 8 0 0 + 9 0 + 8
  • D 8 0 0 0 + 8 0 0 + 8 0 + 8
  • E 8 0 0 0 + 8 0 0 + 8 0 + 9

Q3:

Fill in the blank: 3 0 0 0 + 3 0 0 0 = .

Q4:

2 994 children visited the book fair last week, and 6 846 children visited the fair this week. Find the total number of children who visited the fair.

Q5:

1 3 6 6 + 3 5 3 = .

Q6:

3 7 2 7 + 4 5 2 2 + 6 3 9 = .

Q7:

1 422 cars parked in a parking lot during the morning, and another 637 cars parked in the afternoon. If there is room for 60 more cars, how many spaces does the parking lot have?

  • A 2 129 spaces
  • B 2 120 spaces
  • C 2 219 spaces
  • D 2 119 spaces
  • E 3 119 spaces

Q8:

1 434 cars parked in a parking lot during the morning, and another 322 cars parked in the afternoon. If there is room for 60 more cars, how many spaces does the parking lot have?

  • A 1 826 spaces
  • B 1 817 spaces
  • C 1 916 spaces
  • D 1 816 spaces
  • E 2 816 spaces

Q9:

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?

Q10:

Fill in the blank: 2 2 3 0 + 4 1 5 2 + 3 2 1 3 = .

Q11:

5 0 0 0 + 7 1 = .

Q12:

What does 60 ones add 71 hundreds equal?

  • A
    71 060
  • B
    6 071
  • C
    710 060
  • D
    7 160
  • E
    60 071

Q13:

Find 1 3 0 5 + 1 0 0 0 .

Q14:

One company paid 3 911 pounds in taxes, and another paid 4 529 pounds. What is the sum of the taxes paid by the two companies?

Q15:

Complete the following table.

Number Add 1 Add 10 Add 100 Add 1000
4 569
  • A 4 5 7 0 , 4 5 7 9 , 4 6 6 9 , 6 5 6 9
  • B 4 5 7 0 , 4 5 8 0 , 4 6 8 0 , 4 7 8 0
  • C 4 5 7 0 , 4 5 8 0 , 4 6 8 0 , 5 6 8 0
  • D 4 5 7 0 , 4 5 7 9 , 4 6 6 9 , 5 5 6 9

Q16:

A field has 3 977 mango trees and 3 157 orange trees. How many trees are there in total?

Q17:

Charlotte bought cheese for 5 237 piastres and washing powder for 4 724 piastres. What was the total cost?

  • A 9 962 piastres
  • B 9 960 piastres
  • C 9 971 piastres
  • D 9 961 piastres
  • E 10 061 piastres

Q18:

One school vaccinated 2 003 students and another school vaccinated 3 257 students. How many students were vaccinated?

Q19:

Find 4 7 6 2 + 2 9 9 9 .

Q20:

Natalie bought cheese for 2 887 piastres and soap for 3 825 piastres. How much did she spend?

Q21:

4 6 6 7 + 3 0 0 0 = .

Q22:

Select the sum equal to 5 3 3 9 + 4 2 7 9 .

  • A 3 5 2 5 + 4 2 7 9
  • B 5 3 4 0 + 6 0 9 3
  • C 5 3 4 0 + 3 5 2 5
  • D 3 5 2 5 + 6 0 9 3

Q23:

Three friends travelled different distances; the first travelled 1 010 km, the second travelled 1 132 km, and the third travelled 7 735 km. What is the total of the distances they all travelled?

Q24:

2 8 9 7 + 5 4 9 7 = .

Q25:

Mason has three bags that weigh 3 478 kg, 980 kg, and 3 443 kg. What is the total weight of all the bags?