Worksheet on Addition and Subtraction without using Number Line

Practice the questions given in the worksheet on addition and subtraction without using number line. To solve the questions we need to apply the rules for addition and subtraction of numbers.


1. Evaluate each of the following without using number line:

(i) (+7) + (+7)

(ii) (+5) + (-5)

(iii) (+8) + (+5)

(iv) (+4) + (-7)

(v) (-1) + (-12)

(vi) (+4) + (-8)

(vii) (-2) + (-10)

(viii) (+12) + (-8)

(ix) (+20) + (-15)

(x) 0 + (-10)

(xi) (-19) + (-19)

(xii) (-18) + (18)

(xiii) (+111) + (+42)

(xiv) (-100) + (+100)       

(xv) (-150) + (-50)            

(xvi) (+280) + (-50)

(xvii) 0 + (-500)

(xviii) (-15) + (+19)

(xix) (-102) + (+150)

(xx) (-132) + (+132)


2. Subtract the following without using number line:

(i) (+8) – (+2) 

(ii) (+50) – (-12)

(iv) (-74) – (+15) 

(iv) (-29) – (25)

(v) (-30) – (+40) 

(vi) (+250) – (-50)

(vii) (+97) – (+87) 

(viii) (+52) – (-32)

(viii) (-101) – (+100) 

(x) (-121) – (-10)


3. Add the following without using number line:

(i) (+5) + (-3) + (-7) 

(ii) (-6) + (+7) + (-4)

(ii) (+7) + (-2) + (+6) 

(iv) (-9) + (-5) + (+3)

(vi) (-4) + (-6) + (-8) 

(vi) (-15) + (-1) + (+15)

(vii) (-12) + (-4) + (-12)  

(viii) (-17) + (-5) + (+15)

(ix) (-8) + (+4) + (+3) + (-8) 

(x) (-7) + (-2) + (-9) + (-4)


4. Find the value of each of the following:

(i) (-6) + (12) + (3) + (5)

(ii) (+14) - (9) + (5) - (8)

(iii) (-15) + (-10) + (+20) - (15)

(iv) (-25) + (+20) + (+30) + (-15)

(v) (-9) + (-8) + (+4) + (+6) + (-3)

(vi) (-8)  -  (2)  +  (6)  +  (9)  -  (5)

(vii) (+10)  -  (6)  -  (5)  -  (3)  +  (9)

(viii) (-16)  +  (+9)  +  (+12)  +  (-8)  +  (-9)

(ix) (+17)  +  (+18)  +  (-13)  +  (+0)  +  (-6)

(x) (+13)  +  (+18)  +  (-29)  +  (-4)  +  (+6)


5. Simplify the following:

(i) (+17) + (-5) - (+3) - (-8)

(ii) (+20) + (-70) - (-7)

(iii) (-57) + (-84) + (-5) - (-12)

(iv) (+174) + (-150) - (-46) + (76)

(v) (-35) - (+120) + (+95)

(vi) (+56) - (-28) - (+17)

(vii) (-17) + (-15) + (+25) - (-11)

(viii) (+45) - (-40) + (-55) + (-40)\

Answers for the worksheet on addition and subtraction without using number line are given below to check the exact answers of the above questions.


Answers:


1. (i) +14

(ii) 0

(iii) +13

(iv) -3

(v) -13

(vi) -4

(vii) -12

(viii) +4

(ix) +5

(x) -10

(xi) -38

(xii) 0

(xiii) +153

(xiv) 0

(xv) -200

(xvi) +230

(xvii) -500

(xviii) +4

(xix) +48

(xx) 0


2. (i) 6 

(ii) 62

(iv) -89 

(iv) -54

(v) -70 

(vi) 300

(vii) 10 

(viii) 84

(viii) -201 

(x) -111


3. (i) -5

(ii) -3

(ii) 11

(iv) -11

(vi) -18

(vi) -1

(vii) -28

(viii) -7

(ix) -9

(x) -22


4. (i) 14

(ii) 2

(iii) -20

(iv) 10

(v) -10

(vi) 0

(vii) 5

(viii) -12

(ix) 16

(x) 4


5. (i) 17

(ii) -43

(iii) -134

(iv) 146

(v) -60

(vi) 67

(vii) 4

(viii) -10







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