Word Problems on Adding Money

Read the questions given in the word problems on adding money. We need to understand the statement and add the money as ordinary numbers.

1. Ron has $ 4932.05 and Victor has $ 3679.35. How much do they have together?

Amount of money Ron has                                  =                 $ 4932.05

Amount of money Victor has                               =             +  $ 3679.35

Total amount of money they have together           =                 $ 8611.40

Answer: $ 8611.40


2. Jack has $ 2342.43 and Jenny has $ 3821. How much do they have in all?

Amount of money Jack has                                =              $ 2342.43

Amount of money Jenny has                              =           +  $ 3821.00

Total amount of money they have in all               =               $ 6163.43

Answer: $ 6163.43


3. Shelly had $ 3542.24. Her mother gave her $ 1238.43 more. How much does she have now?

Amount of money Shelly had                                    =        $ 3542.24

Amount of money her mother gave her more               =    +  $ 1238.43

Total amount of money she have now                       =        $ 4780.67

Answer: $ 4780.67

 

4. Aaron bought a woolen coat for $ 2829.65 and a shirt for $ 1088.35. How much did he spend?

Cost of a woolen coat                                   =             $ 2829.65

Cost of a shirt                                              =         +  $ 1088.35

Total amount of money Aaron spend                 =             $ 3918.00

Answer: $ 3918.00









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