

1.

Simon is saving money to buy an electronic gaming system. Simon can buy an
electronic gaming system for $500.00. Simon has saved $120.00 so far. Which equation
helps you to determine how much more money Simon needs?
a.  $120.00 + ___ = $500.00  c.  $120.00 + $500.00 =
___  b.  ___  $120.00 = $500.00  d.  $120.00  ___ = $500.00 


2.

Using your equation, how much more money does Simon need to save to buy his
electronic gaming system?
a.  $380.00  b.  $620.00  c.  $720.00  d.  $480.00 


3.

Colin had 85 raffle tickets to sell. He has already sold some tickets, but
still needs to sell 26 more. Which equation helps you to determine how many tickets Colin has
sold already?
a.  ___  26 = 85  c.  85 + 26 = ___  b.  26  ___ = 85  d.  ___ + 26 = 85 


4.

Using your equation, how many raffles tickets has Colin sold already?


5.

Sanruni is saving coins to buy a bicycle. Sanruni has saved 25 tencent
coins. Sanruni needs 305 tencent coins to buy the bicycle. Which equation helps you to
determine how many more coins Sanruni needs to buy the bicycle?
a.  25 + ___ = 305  c.  ___  305 = 25  b.  305 + 25 = ___  d.  ___  25 = 305 


6.

Using your equation, how many more coins does Sanruni need to save to buy the
bicycle?


7.

Alissa spent 2 days beading a necklace. On the first day she used 240
beads. When she was done, she had used 565 beads. Which equation helps you to determine
how many beads she used on the second day?
a.  240 + 565 = ___  c.  240  ___ = 565  b.  240 + ___ = 565  d.  ___  240 = 565 


8.

Using your equation, how many beads did Alissa use on the second day?


9.

Simon wants to grow 220 corn plants. So far he has planted 128 corn
plants. Which equation helps you to determine how many more corn plants Simon needs to
plant?
a.  128 + 220 = ___  c.  128 + ___ = 220  b.  ___  220 = 128  d.  ___  128 = 220 


10.

Using your equation, how many more corn plants does Simon need to plant?
