Money Math

Word Problems with Addition and Subtraction

Answer:

$5 - $3 = $2

You need $2 more to buy the notebook.

Answer:

$12 + $19 = $31

Answer:

First figure out how much Abby gave the cashier.

$20 + $10 = $30

Now subtract the cost of the item from the $30.

$30 - $23.57 = $6.43

She will get $6.43 in change.

Answer:

First calculate how much Hector has.

$747 + $25 + $35 = $807

Now subtract that from his goal to find out how much he still needs.

$1000 - $807 = $193

Hector still needs to save another $193 to reach his goal of $1000.

Answer:

$22.45 + $18.75 = $41.20

Answer:

First lets add up the bills:

$20 + $20 + $5 = $45

Next, add up the coins in cents:

25 + 25 + 10 + 5 + 5 + 5 + 8 (pennies) = 83 cents

The total is 45 dollars and 83 cents which equals $45.83.

Answer:

$159.98 - $107.42 = $52.56

Alex needs to save up another $52.56 to buy the bike.

Answer:

Four $20 bills is $20 + $20 + $20 + $20 = $80

Subtract the total from the $80 you gave the cashier:

$80 - $72.85 = $7.15

You should get $7.15 in change.

$600 food

$595 rent

$150.51 cell phone

$225.07 utilities

$230.78 clothing

They have an income of $2245.98 each month. How much can they save each month?

Answer:

First add up all the expenses:

$600 + $595 + $150.51 + $225.07 + $230.78 = $1801.36

Now subtract the expenses from the income:

$2245.98 - $1801.36 = $444.62

They can save $444.62 each month.

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