Addition

Subtraction

Multiplication

Word

Double Points

100

20+10

30

100

30-20

10

100

1x3

3

100

Joe buys 3 oranges. He eats 1. How many oranges does Joe have left?

Joe has 2 oranges left.

100

1/2+2/2

3/2

1 1/2

200

35+26

61

200

156-27

129

200

9x12

108

200

Bob swims in the pool for 2 hours. He takes a break for 1 hour, and then swims again for another 3 hours. How many hours did he swim?

He swam for 5 hours.

200

3/4 x 5/5

15/20

3/4

0.75

300

123+56

179

300

398-199

199

300

24x15

360

300

Diego is solving a math test. He gets 79%. Then, for extra credit, he gets 5% more, but loses 3% on the extra credit for typos. What grade did he get?

He got 81%.

300

0.25 x 6

1.5

400

598+234

832

400

3,967-978

2989

400

784x29

22736

400

Mary has 30 pieces of candy. Her friend has 3 times as much candy, but then her friend eats 3 pieces of candy. How much more candy does Mary's friend have compared to her, after she ate the candy?

Mary's friend has 57 more pieces of candy than her.

400

3+3x3-5+7

14

500

1,967+23,549

25516

500

350-457

-107

500

1263x398

502674

500

On the day of Christmas, Grace got $50 from her parents. She also got $12 from her brother, $20 from her sister, and $192 from her grandparents. However, she has to give back 1/2 of the money she received to charity. How much money did she give to charity?

She gave $137 to charity.

500

Find the value of *x*.

12-*x*=*3**y*+4

*x*=-3y+8

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