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Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? Addition & Subtraction Word Problems

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Question 1

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I think of a number then add 24. The answer is 45. What is my number? A 69 B 23 C 21 D 65

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I think of a number then add 24. The answer is 45. What is my number? A 69 B 23 C 21 D 65

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£100

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Question 2

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It costs Ben £4.16 to post two parcels. One parcel costs £3.32 to post. How much does the other parcel cost to post? A £7.48 B £8.32 C £0.84 D £0.76

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It costs Ben £4.16 to post two parcels. One parcel costs £3.32 to post. How much does the other parcel cost to post? A £7.48 B £8.32 C £0.84 D £0.76

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£200

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Question 3

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There are 130 books on the top shelf. I remove 20 of the books at break time. I add 12 books at lunchtime. At home time I take 2 books. How many books are left on the shelf? A 136 B 164 C 120 D 152

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There are 130 books on the top shelf. I remove 20 of the books at break time. I add 12 books at lunchtime. At home time I take 2 books. How many books are left on the shelf? A 136 B 164 C 120 D 152

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£300

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Question 4

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Mum takes me shopping. She buys me a jumper for £12.45, a pair of trousers for £24.50 and some swimming shorts for £7.36. She paid with three £20 notes. How much change did she get? A £15.69 B £16.96 C £15.86 D £16.69

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Mum takes me shopping. She buys me a jumper for £12.45, a pair of trousers for £24.50 and some swimming shorts for £7.36. She paid with three £20 notes. How much change did she get? A £15.69 B £16.96 C £15.86 D £16.69

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£500

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Question 5

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Ravi bought a pack of 30 biscuits. He ate 12 of them on Thursday. On Friday he half the amount he ate on Thursday. How many biscuits did he have left? A 21 B 25 C 36 D 12

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Ravi bought a pack of 30 biscuits. He ate 12 of them on Thursday. On Friday he half the amount he ate on Thursday. How many biscuits did he have left? A 21 B 25 C 36 D 12

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£1,000

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Question 6

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There are 51 people on a train, 39 people get on at the next stop, how many people are now on the train? A 90 B 21 C 80 D 12

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There are 51 people on a train, 39 people get on at the next stop, how many people are now on the train? A 90 B 21 C 80 D 12

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£2,000

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Question 7

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What is the total of 98 and 76? A 174 B 22 C 170 D 30

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What is the total of 98 and 76? A 174 B 22 C 170 D 30

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£4,000

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Question 8

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We sold 24 packets of crisps on Monday. We sold 20 more than that on Tuesday. How many crisps did we sell on Tuesday? A 4 B 40 C 44 D 10

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We sold 24 packets of crisps on Monday. We sold 20 more than that on Tuesday. How many crisps did we sell on Tuesday? A 4 B 40 C 44 D 10

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£8,000

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Question 9

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Jon lives 15km away from school. Amy lives 78km further than Jon. How far does Amy live from school? A 63 km B 88 km C 93 km D 90 km

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Jon lives 15km away from school. Amy lives 78km further than Jon. How far does Amy live from school? A 63 km B 88 km C 93 km D 90 km

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£16,000

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Question 10

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There are 231 children on a school trip. 23 adults are also on the trip. 47 more children join the school trip. How many children go on the school trip? A 278 B 301 C 254 D 70

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There are 231 children on a school trip. 23 adults are also on the trip. 47 more children join the school trip. How many children go on the school trip? A 278 B 301 C 254 D 70

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£32,000

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Question 11

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There are 8 shelves of books. 6 of the shelves hold 25 books each. 2 of the shelves have 35 books each. How many books altogether are on the shelves? A 230 B 76 C 200 D 220

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There are 8 shelves of books. 6 of the shelves hold 25 books each. 2 of the shelves have 35 books each. How many books altogether are on the shelves? A 230 B 76 C 200 D 220

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£64,000

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Question 12

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There are 5 stacks of plates. 3 stacks have 15 plates each. 2 stacks have 5 plates. What is the total amount of plates? A 50 B 45 C 55 D 30

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There are 5 stacks of plates. 3 stacks have 15 plates each. 2 stacks have 5 plates. What is the total amount of plates? A 50 B 45 C 55 D 30

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£125,000

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Question 13

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The football team kicked off at 1:30pm. The played for 45 minutes each way. They had a 10 minute break at half time. At what time did the game finish? A 2:25pm B 3:10pm C 2:15pm D 3:00pm

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The football team kicked off at 1:30pm. The played for 45 minutes each way. They had a 10 minute break at half time. At what time did the game finish? A 2:25pm B 3:10pm C 2:15pm D 3:00pm

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£250,000

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Question 14

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You need to buy four 75p stamps and two 32p stamps. Find the total price of all the stamps. A £3.64 B £1.07 C £3.54 D £1.10

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You need to buy four 75p stamps and two 32p stamps. Find the total price of all the stamps. A £3.64 B £1.07 C £3.54 D £1.10

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£500,000

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Question 15

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There are 2250 people in a football stadium. 1000 people got to the stadium by train, 500 people came by bus and the rest walked to the stadium. How many people walked to the stadium? A 3000 B 700 C 3750 D 750

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There are 2250 people in a football stadium. 1000 people got to the stadium by train, 500 people came by bus and the rest walked to the stadium. How many people walked to the stadium? A 3000 B 700 C 3750 D 750

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£1,000,000

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