In 2nd grade addition worksheet we will solve the problems on addition of 2-digit numbers (without Regrouping), addition by regrouping, regrouping tens to hundreds, estimating the sum and word problems on addition.

1. Regroup and write the number.

(i) 3 hundreds + 15 tens = _____

(ii) 5 hundreds + 11 tens = _____

(iii) 6 hundreds + 16 tens = _____

(iv) 7 hundreds + 20 ones = _____

2. One hundred is equal to  _____ tens.

3. 23 + 52 + = 52 + _____

4. 99 + 0 = _____

5. Write T for true and F for false.

(i) 13 + 14 = 14 + 13

(ii) 60 + 10 = 70

(iii) 17 tens = 1 hundred + 7 tens

(iv) 5 tens + 5 tens = 2 hundreds

6. Fill in the blanks.

(i) 10 + 20 + 30 = _____

(ii) 10 more than 100 = _____

7. Regroup and add the following.

(i) 3 tens + 13 ones = _____ tens + _____ ones

(ii) 5 tens + 21 ones = _____ tens + _____ ones

(iii) 4 tens + 18 ones = _____ tens + _____ ones

(iv) 2 tens + 32 ones = _____ tens + _____ ones

(i) 25 + 3 = _____

(ii) 32 + 4 = _____

(iii) 43 + 16 = _____

(iv) 62 + 33 = _____

(v) 46 + 6 = _____

(vi) 57 + 5 = _____

(vii) 71 + 33 = _____

(viii) 95 + 12 = _____

9. In a bus there were 110 men, 20 women and 3 children. How many passengers were there in total?

10. Nairitee has 96 coins and Nitheeya has 23 conis. How many coints do they have altogether?

1. (i) 450

(ii) 610

(iii) 760

(iv) 900

2. 10

3. 23

4. 99

5. Write T for true and F for false.

(i) T

(ii) T

(iii) T

(iv) F

6. (i) 60

(ii) 110

(iii) 160

(iv) 50

7. (i) 4 tens + 3 ones; 43

(ii) 7 tens + 1 ones; 71

(iii) 5 tens + 8 ones; 58

(iv) 5 tens + 2 ones; 52

8. (i) 28

(ii) 36

(iii) 59

(iv) 95

(v) 52

(vi) 62

(vii) 104

(viii) 107

9. 133

10. 119

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