Math Olympiad Grade 4 Addition & Subtraction Test-2


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Addition & Subtraction Worksheet-2

 

  1. The sum of two numbers is 8,271. If one number is 5,891, find the other number.

A. 2,370             B. 1,380             C. 2,380             D. 2,180

 

A. 13,347           B. 13,346           C. 12,347           D. 13,447

 

  1. There are 45,000 people living in a town. Of these, 13,809 people live in single family homes, 19,211 live in town homes, 8,000 live in bunglows and rest of them live in apartments. How many people live in apartments?

A. 3,980             B. 11,980           C. 1,980             D. 8,980

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  1. Nattu loved to read. First, he read a book about animals with 276 pages. Then, he read a mystery book with 212 pages. Last, he read a history book with 395 pages. How many pages did he read in all?

A. 783                 B. 873                 C. 884                D. 883

 

  1. There are 3,756 employees working in a company. Out of these, 2,671 employees are females. What is the number of male employees in the company?

A. 1,085             B. 1,095              C. 1,185              D. 1,086

 

  1. One thousand, seven hundred forty-six people attended a seminar. Eight hundred thirty-seven were female. Which equation can NOT be used to find the number of males who attended the seminar?

A. 1,746 - ? = 837                         B. 837 + ? = 1,746

C. ? - 837 = 1,746                         D. 1,746 - 837 = ?

 

  1. Rita sold some of her old furniture in a garage sale. She sold her table for Rs.35.50 and her chair for Rs.45.99. She also sold a bookrack for Rs.67.50. How much money did she make by selling all the above items?

A. Rs.138.99     B. Rs.148.99     C. Rs.149.99     D. Rs.148.00

 

A. 24,526                    B. 25,525           C. 25,526           D. 25,516

 

  1. How much smaller is 7,918 than 20,412?

A. 12,394           B. 11,494            C. 12,490           D. 12,494

 

Answer Keys

(11)–A; (12)–C; (13)–A; (14)–A; (15)–D; (16)–A; (17)–C; (18)–B; (19)–C; (20)–D