Translate the story problem into mathematical statements.

Compute the required results.

Example: There are 9 fruits in a basket. 9 more are added, how many are there now?
Add 9 and 9 Answer: 18 fruits Directions: Solve the following. Also write at least ten examples of your own.

Q 1: The pet store has 6 fish. They sell 5 of them. How many fish are left in the pet store? 4 1 11

Q 2: Four cats sleep in the bed. Two of them wake up and go away to play. How many cats are asleep on the bed now? 5 6 2

Q 3: Five pigs are in the mud. Three more pigs join them. How many pigs are in the mud now? 8 2 9

Q 4: Amy has 12 board games. She got 10 board games for her birthday. How many games does Amy have in all? 22 2 120

Q 5: Brandon wants to buy a Game Boy for $100. He has saved $30. How much more money does he need? $80 $30 $100 $70

Q 6: Three boys play ball. Three more boys join them. How many boys are in all? 4 0 6

Q 7: Jessica wants to buy Pokemon cards. Each card costs $1. If Jessica buys 2 cards, how much change will she get back if she gives the clerk $5? $6 $2 $4 $3

Q 8: AJ has 345 Pokemon cards. He bought 300 more. How many cards does AJ have in all? 745 600 645

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