# 2nd Grade Math Worksheet 4

Questions on 2nd grade math worksheet 4 are mainly related to the basic word problems on addition, subtraction and multiplication.

1. There are 21 girls and 6 boys in a class. How many students are there in the class?

2. Ron has 16 oranges and Mohan has 13 mangoes. How many fruits do both boys have?

3. John bought 24 oranges. 7 of them were eaten by him. How many oranges are with John now?

4. Sam has 16 mangoes and Tom has 14 mangoes. Who has more and how many?

5. Ken bought 12 bananas. His mother gave him 6 more bananas. He gave 5 bananas to his sister. How many bananas are left with Ken?

6. How many fingers are there in both your hands? Calculate the number of fingers in both hands of a dozen persons.

7. The cost of a book is $5. Find the cost of 5 such books. 8. In a class-room there are 3 fans. How many fans are there in four such class-rooms? 9. One cow has four legs. How many legs do 3 cows have? 10. There are seven days in a week. How many days are there in 6 weeks? Answers for 2nd grade math worksheet 4 are given below to check the exact answers of the word problems. ### Answers: 1. 27 2. 29 3. 24 - 7 = 17 4. Sam has more mangoes. Sam has (16 - 14 = 2) two more mangoes than Tom. 5. 12 + 6 - 5 = 13 6. There are 10 fingers in both the hands. (We know, 1 dozen = 12) Total number of fingers in both hands of a dozen persons 12 × 10 = 120 7. 5 × 5 =$25

8. 3 × 4 = 12 fans

9. 4 × 3 = 12 legs

10. 7 × 6 = 42 days

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