Adding whole numbers L1

Lee Holness
Quiz by Lee Holness, updated more than 1 year ago
Lee Holness
Created by Lee Holness over 4 years ago
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Description

The traditional way to add numbers is to write them in a column, with digits of the same place value lined up. You add each column of digits, starting from the right. The partitioning method breaks the numbers up into parts that have the same place value. You then add these parts.

Resource summary

Question 1

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13 236 + 2 592
Answer
  • 15 728
  • 15 828

Question 2

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3 708 + 29 142
Answer
  • 32 850
  • 22 840

Question 3

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50 019 + 102
Answer
  • 50 121
  • 50 111

Question 4

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12 789 + 18 521
Answer
  • 31 310
  • 20 200

Question 5

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2 067 + 34 120
Answer
  • 36 077
  • 36 187

Question 6

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21 997 + 10 985
Answer
  • 32 982
  • 33 091

Question 7

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869 + 1 037 + 43 454
Answer
  • 45 360
  • 44 342

Question 8

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A band played for two nights in the same town. The audience figures for the two nights were 5879 and 4233. How many people saw the band?
Answer
  • 10 112
  • 10 121

Question 9

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In three rounds of a computer game a boy scored 2346 points, 4559 points and 3008 points. How many points did he score in total?
Answer
  • 9 875
  • 9 913

Question 10

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At two semi-final football matches, the attendances were 34 236 and 19 474. How many attended the two matches in total?
Answer
  • 53 710
  • 43 600
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