Translate the story problem into mathematical statements.

Compute the required results.

Example: A doll costs $45. Ann has $12, how much more does she require to buy the doll?
Subtract $12 from $45. Answer: $33 Directions: Solve the following story problems. Also write at least ten examples of your own.

Q 1: Robert has 8 pencils and Meghan has 16. How many more pencils does Meghan have? 8 11 16 9

Q 2: Krystal weighed 55 pounds. Then she gained four pounds during the year. How much does she weigh now? 59 pounds 56 pounds 51 pounds 55 pounds

Q 3: Jimmy took 60 steps to walk to the gym. Then he walked another 1,240 steps around the track. How many steps did Jimmy walk in total? 1,358 steps 1,200 steps 1,300 steps 1,290 steps

Q 4: Jordan pays $0.20 for milk everyday. If she has $1.00, how many days can she buy milk? 20 days 1 day 5 days $1.20

Q 5: Julia saw five birds sitting on a big limb. Then she saw three more birds in a nest. Two of the birds flew off the limb. How many birds were left on the tree? 9 8 5 6

Q 6: Laura had 70 stuffed animals in her room and gave 20 to her best friend. How many does Laura have now? 60 animals 50 animals 40 animals 70 animals

Q 7: Jonathan raises chickens. In the barn he found ten chickens. In the barnyard, he found twenty chickens. How many chickens does Jonathan have? 30 20 10 40

Q 8: Sal ate 19 blueberries. Mal ate 21 blueberries. How many blueberries did they eat altogether? 39 41 40 21

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