Math Word Problems - GED, PSAT, SAT, ACT, GRE Preparation 6.11 Decimal Word Problems - 1

Q 1: Subtract the sum of 8.31 and 4.65 from the sum of 29.453 and 7.08. 21.463 19.363 38.538 23.573

Q 2: What should be added to 12.42 so that the sum becomes 39.463? 26.391 38.345 27.430 27.043

Q 3: Bob requires 2.25 m, 2.5 m, and 2.75 m long pieces of tape for a class project. Find out how many metres of tape he requires in total for his project. 7.55 m 6.5 m 7.5 m 7.6 m

Q 4: In a town, it rained 34.25 cm in the first year and 24.9949 cm in the second year. How much was the reduction in rainfall in the second year? 10.2551 cm 3.2534 cm 9.2551 cm 1.3545 cm

Q 5: Adam earned 2.96 dollars on first day and 3.2 dollars on second day. How much was paid to him in two days? 5.98 dollars 5.116 dollars 6.16 dollars 3.28 dollars

Q 6: Of the two peaks of a mountain, the first is 5108.30 m and the second is 4357.65 m high. How much higher is the first peak than the second? 456.95 m 750.65 m 749.75 m 125.35 m

Q 7: I bought 5.3 pounds of rice, 2.4 pounds of pulses, 3.7 pounds of sugar, and 2.8 pounds of potatoes. What is the total weight I have to carry? 14.2 pounds 13.8 pounds 14.8 pounds 23.8 pounds

Q 8: The sum of two numbers is 13.201. If one of them is 6.999, find the other number. 6.202 5.212 4.999 6.212

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