2nd Grade Order of Operations

2nd grade order of operations worksheet will help us to refresh the knowledge of the concepts learnt in the earlier grades. The questions are based on addition, subtraction, multiplication and division.

I. Add the following numbers:

(i) 13 + 31            

(ii) 32 + 23           

(iii) 76 + 36          

(iv) 184 + 234     

(v) 228 + 282      

(vi) 318 + 381

(vii) 428 + 281 + 90          

(viii) 514 + 128 + 210  

(ix) 610 + 102 + 0

(x) 107 + 117 + 27


II. Subtract the following numbers:

(i) 94 - 23             

(ii) 285 - 109       

(iii) 428 - 193      

(iv) 769 - 298      

(v) 400 - 72         

(vi) 522 - 299

(vii) 827 - 642     

(viii) 956 - 372    

III. Multiply

(i) 28 × 5              

(ii) 97 × 3             

(iii) 155 × 6          

(iv) 212 × 4         

(v) 125 × 7          

(vi) 88 × 8

(vii) 78 × 9           

(viii) 32 × 10


IV. Write ‘T’ if the statement is true and ‘F’ if the statement is false:

(i) 102 < 101       

(ii) 201 + 0 = 211               

(iii) 18 – 8 = 0                     

(iv) 48 × 2 = 96

(v) 4 + 6 + 9 = 2 +  8 + 9  

(vi) 8 × 8 = 16 × 4              

(vii) 300 < 299    

(viii) 5 × 6 = 6 × 5

(ix) 100 comes just after 101

(x) 85 comes just after 84

(xi) If yesterday was Thursday; tomorrow will be Friday.

(xii) If today is Tuesday; yesterday was Sunday.


V. Fill in the blanks:

(i) 80 paise + ____ paise = one rupee    

(ii) 40 rupees + 40 rupees + 40 rupees = ______ rupees.

(iii) 60 rupees + 80 rupees + ______ rupees = 200 rupees.

(iv) 401 rupees + ______ rupees = 500 rupee note.

Answers for the 2nd grade order of operations are given below to check the exact answers of the above questions on math numbers.


Answers:


I. (i) 44

(ii) 55

(iii) 112

(iv) 418

(v) 510

(vi) 699

(vii) 799

(viii) 852

(ix) 712

(x) 251


II. (i) 71

(ii) 176

(iii) 235

(iv) 471

(v) 328

(vi) 223

(vii) 185

(vii) 584


III. (i) 140

(ii) 291

(iii) 930

(iv) 848

(v) 875

(vi) 704

(vii) 702

(viii) 320


IV. (i) F               

(ii) F      

(iii)  F    

(iv) T

(v) T

(vi) T     

(vii) F    

(viii) T

(ix) F

(x) T

(xi) F

(xii) F


V. (i) 20 paise

(ii) 120 rupees

(iii) 60 rupees

(iv) 99 rupees








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