2nd Grade Fundamental Operations

Sample questions on 2nd grade fundamental operations. The questions are based on addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, operation facts and word problems.

1. Find the number if one is subtracted from the following:

(i) 99 = ____

(ii) 1000 = ____

(iii) 101 = ____


2. Add the following:

(i) 85 + 14 = ____

(ii) 385 + 534 = ____         

(iii) 84 + 89 = ____

3. Subtract the following:

(i) 79 – 26 = ____

(ii) 753 – 289 = ____

(iii) 321 – 123 = ____


4. Divide:

(i) 36 ÷ 9 = ____

(ii) 42 ÷ 7 = ____


5. (i) Add: 297 + 538 = ____

(ii) Subtract: 903 – 295 = ____

(iii) Multiply: 369 × 7 = ____

(iv) Divide: 64 ÷ 4 = ____        


6. Fill in the gaps with + or - , or × or ÷ as the case may be:

(i) 5 ____ 7 = 35

(ii) 18 ____ 11 = 29

(iii) 27 ____ 8 = 19        

(iv) 16 ____ 4 = 4


7. (i) Find the product of 72 × 3 = ____

(ii) 76 × 7 = ____                                                                                        

(iii) Write two division facts for the multiplication fact 3 × 5 = 15.


8. (i) There are 670 student in a school.

(a) If here are 40 boys, how many are girls?

(b) If the students sit in 67 rows and each row has an equal number of students, find the number of students in each row.

(ii) Find the number:

(a) 2 more than (3 × 7) = ____

(b) 5 less than (5 × 9) = ____

(iii) Write two multiplication facts for the division fact 63 ÷ 7 = 9.


9. (i) Solve: 200 – (96 ÷ 4)

(ii) Fill in the blank: 7 × 5 = 5 × ___

(iii) Write the following in multiplication form: 9 + 9 + 9 + 9 + 9 = ___                   

10. (i) A number is 96 more than 365. Find the number.           

(ii) Maria had 64 sweets. She gave 4 sweets to each of her friends. How many friends got the sweets?


Answers for the 2nd grade fundamental operations are given below to check the exact answers of the above questions.


Answers:


1. (i) 98

(ii) 999

(iii) 100


2. (i) 99

(ii) 919

(iii) 173


3. (i) 53

(ii) 464

(iii) 198


4. (i) 4

(ii) 6


5. (i) 835

(ii) 608

(iii) 2583

(iv) 16


6. (i) ×

(ii) +

(iii) -

(iv) ÷


7. (i) 216

(ii) 532

(iii) 15 ÷ 3 = 5; 15 ÷ 5 = 3


8. (i) (a) 630

(b) 10

(ii) (a) 23

(b) 40

(iii) 7 × 9 = 63; 9 × 7 = 63


9. (i) 176

(ii) 7

(iii) 9 × 5


10. (i) 461

(ii) 16





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