- Add and Subtract Whole Numbers
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Q 1 - Dan raised 127 sheep. Mason raised 141 sheep. How many sheep did they raise in all?

**Step 1:**

Sheep raised by Dan = 127

Sheep raised by Mason = 141

**Step 2:**

Sheep raised by both = 127 + 141 = 268

Q 2 - There are 118 stickers in the drawer. Pamela placed 172 more stickers in the drawer. How many stickers are now there in total?

**Step 1:**

Stickers in drawer = 118

Stickers placed by Pamela = 172

**Step 2:**

Total stickers in the drawer = 118 + 172 = 290

Q 3 - Melinda found 328 seashells on the beach. She gave Sarah 209 of the seashells. How many seashells does she now have?

**Step 1:**

Seashells found by Melinda = 328

Seashells given to Sarah = 209

**Step 2:**

Seashells left with Melinda now = 328 – 209 = 119

Q 4 - Sally has 149 books. Salma has 218 books. How many books do they have together?

**Step 1:**

Books with Sally = 149

Books with Salma = 218

**Step 2:**

Total books with both = 149 + 218 = 367

Q 5 - Dora has 672 purple marbles; she gave Josh 308 of the marbles. How many purple marbles does she now have?

**Step 1:**

Marbles with Dora = 672

Marbles given to Josh = 308

**Step 2:**

Marbles left with Dora now = 672 – 308 = 364

Q 6 - Ronnie picked 152 plums and Suzanne picked 117 plums from a plum tree. How many plums were picked in all?

**Step 1:**

Plums picked by Ronnie = 152

Plums picked by Suzanne = 117

**Step 2:**

Plums picked by both = 152 + 117 = 269

Q 7 - Linda has 645 yellow balloons; she gave Cynthia 168 of the balloons. How many yellow balloons does she now have?

**Step 1:**

Balloons with Linda = 645

Balloons given to Cynthia = 168

**Step 2:**

Balloon left with Linda now = 645 – 168 = 477

Q 8 - Tim grew 187 cabbages. Dan grew 135 cabbages. How many cabbages did they grow in all?

**Step 1:**

Cabbages grown by Tim = 187

Cabbages grown by Dan = 135

**Step 2:**

Cabbages grown by both = 187 + 135 = 322

Q 9 - Jack has 734 baseball cards. Benny bought 341 of Jack's baseball cards. How many baseball cards does Jack have now?

**Step 1:**

Cards with Jack = 734

Cards bought by Benny = 341

**Step 2:**

Cards left with Jack now = 734 – 341 = 393

Q 10 - There are 168 pine trees in the park. Workers will plant 122 more pine trees today. How many pine trees will the park have now?

**Step 1:**

Pine trees in the park = 168

Pine trees planted by workers = 122

**Step 2:**

Total pine trees in park now = 168 + 122 = 290

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