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Grade 3 - Mathematics
5.6 Story Problems - 2

Method:
  1. Read the problem carefully.
  2. Compute the required results.
Example: There are 29 apples in a basket. 12 of them are ripen, find the number of unripe fruits?
Subtract 12 from 29.
Answer: 17

Directions: Solve the following questions. Also write at least ten examples of your own.
Q 1: Bob had 15 apples. He ate 7 apples. How many apples does he have left?
3
9
5
8

Q 2: Sue bought 12 pencils. Her sister gave her 6 more pencils. How many pencils does she have?
14
12
18
16

Q 3: Ann had 13 pieces of gum. She bought 17 more pieces. How many pieces of gum does she have?
30
34
33
37

Q 4: Mary had 16 balloons. 13 balloons popped. How many were left?
6
3
2
9

Q 5: Nancy found 15 seashells. She lost 2. How many does she have now?
13
11
17
18

Q 6: Sam had 16 blocks. His mother gave him 14 more. How many blocks does he have now?
30
37
32
39

Q 7: Mark had 3 dogs. 1 dog ran away. How many dogs were left?
3
1
2
4

Q 8: Ron had 7 new cars. He then bought 4 more. How many cars does he have now?
11
5
10
3

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