## Working with Numbers Exercise

 a 23 + 56 k 234 × 10 b 34 + 65 + 73 l 46 x 40 c 324 + 321 m 234 x 5 d 459 + 843 n 41 x 23 e 3492 + 4599 o 4 x 5 x 6 f 98 − 45 p 98 x 75 g 548 − 315 q 3400 ÷ 100 h 324 − 197 r 6450 ÷ 50 i 3096 − 2538 s 6848 ÷ 8 j 567 − 321 − 198 t 4872 ÷ 2 ÷ 12

Applications

2. There are 268 firemen in Smalltown and 129 firemen in Townsville. How many more firemen are there in Smalltown than in Townsville?

3. At Queen's College, 239 students play netball, 129 play hockey and 94 play soccer. How many play the three sports in total?

4. At a rugby league game 12, 347 people each pay \$8 to get in. How much do they pay altogether?

5. At the game mentioned in question 4, the stadium can hold 20 000. How many empty seats would there be?

6. A librarian ordered 239 new books, but only 197 had been delivered. How many were missing?

 7. Each of the 239 books needed 20 cm of tape for binding the covers. How much tape would be needed? Give the answer in centimetres.

8. From question 7. give the answer in metres (1 metre = 100 cm)

9. A stadium has 3 stands.Each stand has 45 rows of seats and each row has 120 seats. How many seats are there altogether in the three stands?

 10. A band spends \$2100 on new guitars. Each guitar costs \$150. How many guitars did the band buy?