Sum and Difference of Rupees and Paise

The amounts will help us to find the sum and difference of rupees and paise.


1. Find the sum of 10 rupees 25 paise and 25 rupees 40 paise.

Solution:

             Rs.      Paise

             10         25

         +  25         40

              35        65

Therefore, the sum of 10 rupees 25 paise and 25 rupees 40 paise = Rs. 35 and 65 paise


2. Find the sum of 17 rupees 10 paise and 27 rupees 65 paise.

Solution:

             Rs.      Paise

             17         10

         +  27         65

              44        75

Therefore, the sum of 17 rupees 10 paise and 27 rupees 65 paise = Rs. 44 and 75 paise.


3. Find the difference of 20 rupees 30 paise from 65 rupees 30 paise.

Solution:

             Rs.      Paise

             65         30

         -   20         30

              45        00

Therefore, the difference of 20 rupees 30 paise from 65 rupees 30 paise = Rs. 45.

Note: 1 rupee is written as Re. 1.00, 5 rupees is written as Rs. 5.00 and 5 rupees 60 paise is written as Rs. 5.60.


4. Find the difference of 35 rupees 16 paise from 47 rupees 28 paise.

Solution:

             Rs.      Paise

             47         28

         -   35         16

              12        12

Therefore, the difference of 35 rupees 16 paise from 47 rupees 28 paise = Rs. 12 and 12 paise.


5. Write in words:

(i) Rs. 7.30 – Rupees seven and paise thirty

(ii) Rs. 11.75 – Rupees eleven and paise seventy five

(iii) Rs. 1.90 – Rupee one and paise ninety

(iv) Rs. 5.65 – Rupees five and paise sixty five

(v) Rs. 4.80 – Rupees four and paise eighty


6. Write in number:

(i) Eight rupees and fifty five paise – Rs. 8.55

(ii) One rupee and fifteen paise – Rs. 1.15

(iii) Thirteen rupees – Rs. 13.00

(iv) Six rupees and twenty three paise – Rs. 6.23

(v) Ten rupees and twenty five paise – Rs. 10.25





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