Subtracting Whole Numbers
Multiplying Whole Numbers
Dividing Whole Numbers
Word Problems
100

23 + 7 =

30

100

27 - 3 =

24

100

9 x 6 =

54

100

546 ÷ 6 =

91

100

Jackson made 12 points in the first quarter of the basketball game.  He made another 15 points in the last quarter.  How many points did he make in all?

Jackson made 27 points in all.

200

54 + 19 =

73

200

54 - 19 =

35

200

54 x 3 =

162

200

255 ÷ 17

15

200

Mrs. Gilmore had 725 pieces of candy for Halloween. She gave out 618 pieces of candy to trick-or-treaters. How many pieces of candy did she have leftover?

Mrs. Gilmore had 107 pieces of candy leftover.

300

187 + 55 =

242

300

187 - 55 =

132

300

87 x 55 =

4,785

300

2,369 ÷ 103

23

300

Mr. Leichman bought 12 boxes of golf balls.  Each box had 25 golf balls inside.  How many golf balls does Mr. Leichman have altogether?

Mr. Leichman has 300 golf balls altogether.

400

333 + 456 =

789

400

456 - 333 =

123

400

333 x 45 =

14,985

400

12,865 ÷ 24

536 r 1

400

Mrs. Moya spent \$235 on 5 dresses. If each dress costs the same amount, how much money did she spend on each dress?

Each dress costs \$47.
500

1,345 + 789 =

2,134

500

1,345 - 789 =

556

500

1,345 x 78 =

104,910

500

19,834 ÷ 38 =

521 r 36

500

Mrs. Akins took 3 classes on a field trip.  Each class has 19 students.  If the buses can hold 24 students each, how many buses will Mrs. Akins need for the trip? (This is a multi-step problem)

Mrs. Akins will need 3 buses for the field trip.

Explanation: There will be 57 students going on the trip.  2 buses will be filled with 24 students each. (48 students) The leftover 9 students will also need a bus.  Three buses will be needed altogether.

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