**Hexagons: Using algorithms to solve addition and subtraction problems.**

1. I have $375 in my and mum gives me $2 to buy a scratchy. I get lucky and win $127 on my scratchie. How much money do I have altogether?

**2. At Pt England Primary there are 659 children one day we have children 196 from Tamaki Primary come visit us. How many children are there altogether?**
3. I was going on holiday and had $4500 for my trip. My flights cost me $2842. How much money was I left with for my trip?

4. There are 947 people who work at Sylvia Park Mall. One day there is a fire drill and 632 people leave the building. How many people are left at Sylvia park?

5. On my birthday I received $236 from my family in total and added this to my savings that currently had a balance of $1254. How much money do I now have in total?

6. The temperature on Venus is 1683 degrees fahrenheit. One day the temperature drops 387 degree fahrenheit. What is the temperature now on Venus?

7. There were 1693 mls of juice inside the bottle. Miss Clark drinks 573 mls of juice. How much juice is left in the bottle?

8. The oldest cat in the world lived for a total 9463 days. The oldest fish lived for 3853. What was the difference in days between how long the cat had lived compared to the fish?

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