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

Q 2: Ashley has $10.00 and wants to buy a book that costs $15.00. How much more money does she need? $8.00 $6.00 $5.00 $9.00

Q 3: Laura had 70 stuffed animals in her room and gave 20 to her best friend. How many does Laura have now? 70 animals 60 animals 50 animals 40 animals

Q 4: Robert has 8 pencils and Meghan has 16. How many more pencils does Meghan have? 9 16 11 8

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? 8 9 6 5

Q 6: Sal ate 19 blueberries. Mal ate 21 blueberries. How many blueberries did they eat altogether? 39 41 21 40

Q 7: Stefanie and Julie earned $8 each for painting signs. How much money did they make altogether? $18 $10 $8 $16

Q 8: Jonathan raises chickens. In the barn he found ten chickens. In the barnyard, he found twenty chickens. How many chickens does Jonathan have? 20 40 10 30

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