Free Math Worksheets

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Step 3:Pick a problem type from the following examples and a worksheet will be generated with the same kind of math problems.

Example problem for a single-digit number added to another single-digit number with the sum &le 10, problems displayed horizontally:

4  +  1 =
Example problem for a single-digit number added to another single-digit number with the sum = 10:

3  +  7 =
Example problem for a single-digit number added to itself:

4  +  4 =
Example problem for find the missing factor for adding two single-digit numbers:

6  +   =  9
Example problem for addition of three single-digit numbers, problems displayed vertically:

7
4
 +  1
 
Example problem for addition of three single-digit numbers, problems displayed horizontally:

9  +  8  +  9 =
Example problem for addition of three single-digit numbers with two numbers adding to 10, problems displayed vertically:

3
4
 +  7
 
Example problem for addition of three single-digit numbers with two numbers adding to 10, problems displayed horizontally:

1  +  9  +  2 =
Example problem for a two-digit number (10-19) added to a single-digit number, without carry, with problems displayed vertically:

17
 +  2
 
Example problem for a two-digit number (10-19) added to a single-digit number, without carry, with problems displayed horizontally:

13  +  1 =
Example problem for a two-digit number (10-19) added to another two-digit number (10-19), without carry, with problems displayed vertically:

15
 +  11
 
Example problem for a two-digit number (10-19) added to another two-digit number (10-19), without carry, with problems displayed horizontally:

14  +  12 =
Example problem for a two-digit number (10-99) added to a single-digit number, without carry, with problems displayed vertically:

63
 +  4
 
Example problem for a two-digit number (10-99) added to a single-digit number, without carry, with problems displayed horizontally:

61  +  4 =
Example problem for a two-digit number (10-99) added to another two-digit number (10-99), without carry, with problems displayed vertically:

13
 +  34
 
Example problem for a two-digit number (10-99) added to another two-digit number (10-99), without carry, with problems displayed horizontally:

33  +  53 =
Example problem for a single-digit number added to another single-digit number, with carry, with problems displayed vertically:

6
 +  7
 
Example problem for a single-digit number added to another single-digit number, with carry, with problems displayed horizontally:

5  +  7 =

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Math Problem of the Day

Tuesday,  March 28,  2017

Question:

Find the average of 35, 2 and 11.
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