**Addition Sums for Class 4**

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**Addition Sums for Class 4**

**Worksheet
1**

**1.**
Add the following numbers by breaking up one number.

a. 45 + 48

b. 235 + 56

c. 263 + 37

**2.** Aryan
bought a study table for Rs 11,730 and a bookshelf for Rs 13,480. Find the
total money spent by him in buying the two items.

**3.** Add the following numbers by breaking up both the numbers.

a. 139 + 42 = ________________

b. 162 + 58 = ________________

c. 145 + 92 = ________________

d. 456 + 83 = ________________

**4.** An LED TV set costs Rs 42,425 and a digital camera costs Rs 38,945.
Find the total cost of both the items.

**5.** Add
the following numbers by counting in 10s.

a. 125 + 40 = ______

b. 345 + 30 = ______

c. 528 + 60 = ______

**6.** In a coaching centre, 23,230 students enrolled in the first
year, 25,220 in the second year and 32,012 in the third year. Find the total
number of students who have enrolled at the coaching centre in the three years.

**7.** Add
by any suitable rearrangement.

a. 65 + 23 = ______

b. 71 + 45 = _____

c. 66 + 20 + 25 = _____

d. 30 + 25 + 45 = _____

e. 37 + 81 + 20 = _____

f. 18 + 32 = _____

**8.** Fill
in the blanks.

a. 2,32,423
+ 2,35,347 = 2,35,347 + _______

b. 5,73,543 + 0 = _______

c. 3,42,627 + _______ = 3,42,627

d. 6,33,454 + _______ = 6,33,455

e. 7,62,456
+ (56,234 + 3,45,236) = (7,62,456 + _______ ) + 3,45,236

**9.** Using
the properties of addition, add the following and compare the sums.

a. 22,457 + 27,456; 27,456 + 22,457

b.
4,25,693 + 3,72,817; 3,72,817 + 4,25,693

c. (2,60,357 + 2,48,486) + 2,20,567;
2,60,357 + (2,48,486 + 2,20,567)

d. (5,34,527 + 4,25,276) + 4,25,267;
5,34,527 + (4,25,276 + 4,25,267)

**Addition Sums for Class 4**

**Worksheet 2**

**1. **5,26,438
people visited Goa last year and 12,560 people visited this year. How many people
visited Goa in these two years?

**2.** Add by forward counting.

a. 197 + 12 = ________

b. 287 + 34 = ________

c. 128 + 45 = ________

**3.** Estimate
the sum of the following by rounding off the numbers to the nearest 100. Also
find the actual sum.

a. 2,64,576 + 3,67,634

b.
4,64,574 + 26,376

c. 5,63,476 + 4,53,623

d. 42,352 + 45,237 + 62,378

**4.** Add.

a. 4360 + 4028 = ________

b. 1225 + 9856 =________

c. 8475 + 5485 = ________

d. 1295 + 2596 =________

**5.** Estimate
the sum of the following by rounding off the numbers to the nearest 1000. Also
find the actual sum.

a. 72,425 + 63,438

b. 63,452
+ 66,347

c. 4,63,468 + 2,35,623

d. 52,356 + 75,234 + 46,237

**6.** Add
the following.

a. 97 + 25 = _______

b. 38 + 24 = _______

c.
125 + 35 = _______

d. 293 + 46 = _______

e. 108 + 96 = _______

f. 84 + 33 = _______

g. 72 + 42 = _______

h. 286 + 123 = _______

i. 342 + 161 = _______

**7.** There are 12,173 apartments in one township and 24,254
apartments in other township. How many apartments are there in these two
townships?

**8.** 8,32,954
people watched the first T20 cricket match between India and South Africa and 4,12,638
people watched the second T20 cricket match. Find the total number of people
who watched both the matches.

**ANSWERS**

**Worksheet 1**

1. a. 93 b. 291 c. 300

2. ₹ 25,210

3. a. 181 b. 220

c. 237 d. 539

4. ₹ 81,370

5. a. 165 b. 375 c. 588

6. 80,462
students

7. a. 88 b. 116

c. 111 d. 100

e. 138 f. 50

8. a. 2,32,423

b. 5,73,543

c. 0 d. 1

e. 56,234

9. a. 49,913; both the sums are equal

b. 7,98,510; both the sums are equal

c. 7,29,410; both
the sums are equal

d. 13,85,070; both the sums are equal

**Worksheet 2**

1. 5,38,998 people

2. a. 209 b. 321 c. 173

3. a. 6,32,200

b. 4,91,000

c. 10,17,100

d. 1,50,000

4. a. 8388

b. 11,081

c. 13,960

d. 3891

5. a. 1,35,000; 1,35,863

b. 1,29,000; 1,29,799

c. 6,99,000; 6,99,091

d. 1,73,000; 1,73,827

6. a. 122 b. 62

c. 160 d. 339

e. 504 f. 117

g. 114 h. 409

i. 503

7. 36,427 apartments

8. 12,45,592 people

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