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Updated on Jul 15, 2011

More practice problems can be found at:

- Miscellaneous Math Practice Problems Set 1
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- Miscellaneous Math Practice Problems Set 5
- Miscellaneous Math Practice Problems Set 6
- Miscellaneous Math Practice Problems Set 7
- Miscellaneous Math Practice Problems Set 8
- Miscellaneous Math Practice Problems Set 9
- Miscellaneous Math Practice Problems Set 10

### Problems

- 8 + 6 =
- 2
- 16
- 14
- 48

- 11 – 5 =
- 5
- 6
- 16
- 55

- 9 ÷ 3 =
- 3
- 6
- 12
- 27

- 4 × 4 =
- 8
- 0
- 1
- 16

- 62 – 18 =
- 80
- 44
- 46
- 90

- 93 + 7 =
- 100
- 99
- 86
- 101

- 35 + 14 =
- 49
- 48
- 21
- 22

- 56 + 44 =
- 12
- 99
- 100
- 18

- 69 – 26 =
- 43
- 45
- 115
- 116

- 82,404 – 202 =
- 82,606
- 82,202
- 82,102
- 82,001

- 72 + 98 – 17 =
- 143
- 153
- 163
- 170

- 376 – 360 + 337 =
- 663
- 553
- 453
- 353

- 444 + 332 – 216 =
- 312
- 450
- 560
- 612

- 2,710 + 4,370 – 400 =
- 6,780
- 6,680
- 6,580
- 6,480

- 7,777 – 3,443 + 1,173 =
- 5,507
- 5,407
- 5,307
- 5,207

- | 7 | =
- –7
- 0.7
- 7
- 17

### Answers

**c.**The correct answer to this basic addition problem is 14.**b.**The correct answer to this basic subtraction problem is 6.**a.**The correct answer to this basic division problem is 3.**d.**The correct answer to this basic multiplication problem is 16.**b.**The correct answer to this basic subtraction problem is 44.**a.**The correct answer to this basic addition problem is 100.**a.**The correct answer to this basic addition problem is 49.**c.**The correct answer to this basic addition problem is 100.**a.**The correct answer to this basic subtraction problem is 43.**b.**The correct answer to this basic subtraction problem is 82,202.**b.**In this case (but not in all cases, as you will see in some of the following problems), perform the operations in the order presented, from left to right: 72 + 98 = 170; then, 170 –17 = 153.**d.**Again, do this problem in the order presented. First subtract, then add: 353 is the correct answer.**c.**First add, then subtract. In multi-step problems, be careful not to rush just because the operations are simple. The correct answer is 560.**b.**First add, then subtract. The correct answer is 6,680.When doing problems involving several digits, it's easy to make mistakes. Be sure to read carefully, no matter how simple the problem seems.**a.**First subtract, then add. The correct answer is 5,507.**c.**The bars on either side of 7 indicate "the absolute value of 7." The*absolute value*of a number is the distance that number is away from zero on a number line. The absolute value of 7 is 7.

More practice problems can be found at:

- Miscellaneous Math Practice Problems Set 2
- Miscellaneous Math Practice Problems Set 3
- Miscellaneous Math Practice Problems Set 4
- Miscellaneous Math Practice Problems Set 5
- Miscellaneous Math Practice Problems Set 6
- Miscellaneous Math Practice Problems Set 7
- Miscellaneous Math Practice Problems Set 8
- Miscellaneous Math Practice Problems Set 9
- Miscellaneous Math Practice Problems Set 10

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