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Grade 2 - Mathematics
4.1 Word Problems
Answer the following questions. Also write at least ten word or story problems of your own.
: Jack has 42 balls. Lisa has 41 balls. How many balls do they have totally?
: Jack has 56 dollars. He has 38 dollars in a bank. How many dollars does he have totally?
: There are 17 students present in the class. 9 of them were absent. How many students in all?
: Jim has 27 balls. John has 46 balls. How many balls do they have totally?
: John has 60 pencils. He lost 5 of them. How many does he have now?
: Jim has 17 balls. John has 18 balls. How many balls do they have totally?
: 15 people were at the mall. 9 more came. How many are at the mall together?
: There are 10 books on the first shelf and 5 on the second. How many books in all?
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