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Q.1. Helen the Hippo and her friends are preparing for Thanksgiving at Helen’s house. Let’s find out how much food they have prepared for the party.
Helen baked 435 chocolate chip cookies yesterday and 139 cookies this morning. How many cookies did Helen bake?

435 + 139 = 574
Helen baked 574 cookies.


Q.2. Helen the Hippo and her friends are preparing for Thanksgiving at Helen’s house. Let’s find out how much food they have prepared for the party.
Dylan the Dog prepared 241 hotdog sticks in a huge brown bag. His father placed 426 more hotdog sticks in the same brown bag. How many hotdog sticks did Dylan and his father place in the brown bag?

Word Problem: Addition - 2 - Notes | Study Mathematics for Class 3 - Class 3

241 + 426 = 667
Dylan and his father placed 667 hotdog sticks in the brown bag.


Q.3. Helen the Hippo and her friends are preparing for Thanksgiving at Helen’s house. Let’s find out how much food they have prepared for the party.
Pinky made 147 miniature pumpkin pies for everyone, and Helen made 56. How many miniature pies do they have in total?

147 + 56 = 203
There 203 miniature pumpkin pies in total.


Q.4. Helen the Hippo and her friends are preparing for Thanksgiving at Helen’s house. Let’s find out how much food they have prepared for the party.
Pinky the Pig bought 36 apples while Danny the Duck bought 73 apples and 14 bananas. How many apples do they have altogether?

36 + 73 = 109
There are 109 apples altogether.


Q.5. Helen the Hippo and her friends are preparing for Thanksgiving at Helen’s house. Let’s find out how much food they have prepared for the party.
Helen’s mother brought 101 hotdogs. After a few hours, Dylan’s mother arrived with 379 hotdogs and 600 buns. How many hotdogs do they have altogether?

101 + 379 = 480
They have 480 hotdogs altogether.


Q.6. It’s Spring Break at Rosewood High, so Rachel and her family decided to take a trip across Europe.
Since Rachel has always been fascinated by the French people, they began their tour with a visit to France. During their stay there, Rachel went to the famous Eiffel Tower. If she climbed 567 flights of stairs going up and 325 going down, what is the total number of steps that she took?

567 + 325 = 892
She took a total of 892 steps.


Q.7. It’s Spring Break at Rosewood High, so Rachel and her family decided to take a trip across Europe.
The very first thing that Rachel tried when they reached England was the food. If she ate 276 grams of bacon and 147 grams of sausages, how much food did she eat in total?

Word Problem: Addition - 2 - Notes | Study Mathematics for Class 3 - Class 3

276 + 147 = 423
She ate 423 grams of food.


Q.8. It’s Spring Break at Rosewood High, so Rachel and her family decided to take a trip across Europe.
The last stop of their tour was Italy; there they visited Naples, the place where modern pizza was invented. During their stay there, she ate 598 grams of pizza, and her sister ate 354. They each also drank 400 ml of water. How many grams of pizza did Rachel and Bella eat in Naples?

598 + 354 = 952
Rachel and Bella ate a total of 952 grams of pizza.


Q.9. It’s Spring Break at Rosewood High, so Rachel and her family decided to take a trip across Europe.
After visiting France, Rachel’s sister Bella, requested that they see Buckingham Palace in London. If they travelled 451 miles by land and 150 miles by sea across the English Channel and it took then 23 hours, what is the total distance that they travelled?

451 + 150 = 601
They travelled a total distance of 601 miles.


Q.10. It’s Spring Break at Rosewood High, so Rachel and her family decided to take a trip across Europe.
After eating a hearty meal, they went to see Buckingham Palace. There, Rachel learned that 583 visitors came to the palace that day. If there were 246 visitors the previous day, how many visited the palace within 2 days?

583 + 246 = 829
829 people visited the palace within 2 days.


Q.11. Christmas is near. Mr. Anderson, president of Nice People Inc. organized a charity event to share happiness with less fortunate people.
The first thing that he did is to visit an orphanage. There he dressed up as Santa and gave toys to the children. There were over 300 kids!  If he gave 134 toy cars to the boys and 269 dolls to the girls, how many toys did he give in all?

134 + 269 = 403
He gave 403 toys to all the children in the orphanage.


Q.12. Christmas is near. Mr. Anderson, president of Nice People Inc. organized a charity event to share happiness with less fortunate people.
Feeling good about what he did, Mr. Anderson decided to continue giving to others. He went around the city and gave clothes to homeless people. If he gave 589 shirts and 345 trousers to 700 different people, how many pieces of clothing did he gave out in total?

Word Problem: Addition - 2 - Notes | Study Mathematics for Class 3 - Class 3

589 + 345 = 934
He gave out a total of 934 pieces of clothing.


Q.13. Christmas is near. Mr. Anderson, president of Nice People Inc. organized a charity event to share happiness with less fortunate people.
The last place that he went to was the city animal shelter. There he donated some money to make sure the dogs and cats there are being taken care of. If there are 645 cats and 567 dogs, then how many animals are there in the shelter?

645 + 567 = 1,212
There were 1,212 animals in the shelter.


Q.14. Christmas is near. Mr. Anderson, president of Nice People Inc. organized a charity event to share happiness with less fortunate people.
Next on his list is the nursing home near his office. There he handed out 472 boxes of vitamins and 288 boxes of supplements. How many boxes did the nursing home receive from Mr. Anderson?

472 + 288 = 760
The nursing home received 760 boxes of medicine.


Q.15. Christmas is near. Mr. Anderson, president of Nice People Inc. organized a charity event to share happiness with less fortunate people.
After giving out clothes, he invited the homeless to the nearest soup kitchen to give them a proper meal. If he fed 219 men and 328 women, how many people was he able to feed?

219 + 328 = 547
He was able to feed 547 homeless people.

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