Worksheet on Addition of Literals

Practice the questions in the worksheet on addition of literals. The questions are related to the literals following all the rules and signs of addition.

1. Write the following statements algebraically:

(i) Sum of m and 7.

(ii) The sum of k and 49 added to a.

(iii) The sum of k and l added to 14.

(iv) 19 added to the sum of w and z.

(v) x increase by 24

(vi) z increase by sum of a and b


2. Write each of the following algebraically using signs and symbols:

(i) Sum of p and q

(ii) w added to 110.

(iii) The sum of m and 25 added to n.

(iv) The sum of a and b added to c.

(v) 10 increase by sum of m and n

(vi) Increase v by 39.


3. Represent the following statements algebraically:

(i) Sum of x, y and z.

(ii) 3 more than a number x.

(iii) 150 more than a number p.

(iv) m added to 77.

(v) z added to the sum of p and 17.

(vi) v added to the sum of p and q.

4. Write each of the following statements using numbers, literals and symbols:

(i) Sum of 13q and y.

(ii) Increase 3p by 99

(iii) z is increased by 5x

(iv) Sum of 8 and x increased by 11y

(v) 3a more than 5z

(vi) 5m added to the sum of m and n.


Answers for the worksheet on addition of literals are given below to check the exact answers of the above statements.


Answers:


1. (i) x + 7

(ii) (k + 49) + a

(iii) (k + l) + 14

(iv) 19 + (w + z)

(v) x + 24

(vi) z + (a + b)


2. (i) p + q

(ii) w + 110

(iii) (m + 25) + n

(iv) (a + b) + c

(v) 10 + (m + n)

(vi) v + 39

3. (i) x + y + z

(ii) x + 3

(iii) p + 150

(iv) m + 77

(v) z + (p + 17)

(vi) v + (p + q)

4. (i) 13q + y

(ii) 3p + 99

(iii) 5x + z

(iv) (8 + x) + 11y

(v) 3a + 5z

(vi) 6m + n

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