# PSEB 3rd Class Maths Solutions Chapter 2 Addition and Subtraction

Punjab State Board PSEB 3rd Class Maths Book Solutions Chapter 2 Addition and Subtraction Textbook Exercise Questions and Answers.

## PSEB Solutions for Class 3 Maths Chapter 2 Addition and Subtraction

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Do you remember?

Question 1.

Solution.

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Question 2.
Addition by forward counting method :

Solution.

Question 3.
Write the number in tens/ones :
a. 42 = _______ Tens + ________ Ones
Solution.
42 = 4 tens + 2 Ones

b. 63 = _______ Tens + ________ Ones
Solution.
3 = 6 Tens + 3 Ones

Question 4.
Make the number:
a. 7 Tens + 4 Ones = _______
Solution.
74

b. 3 Tens + 0 Ones
Solution.
30

Question 5.

Solution.

Question 6.

Solution.

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Question 7.
Add 35 + 23 by putting beads in the abacus: (From Board M.Q.P.)

Solution.

Question 8.
Subtract by omitting:

Solution.

Question 9.

Solution.

Question 10.
Subtracting by splitting one number:

Solution.
75 – 32 = 75 – (30 + 2)
= 75 – 30 – 2
= (75 – 30) – 2
= 45 – 2
= 43

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Solution.

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Lets us learn:

By splitting one number:

By splitting both numbers:

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Let’s do:

Question 1.
Add by splitting one number :

Solution.

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Question 2.
Add by splitting both numbers :

Solution.

Add by counting making a pairs of 10’s:

Solution.

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Find the difference of the given numbers:

Solution.

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Let’s do:

Subtract by making pairs of 10’s.

Solution.

Question 2.
Subtract by making one of the given numbers as multiple of 10 :

Solution.

Question 3.
Subtract by making one of the given numbers as the multiple of 100 :

Solution.

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Let’s do:

Solution.

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Let’s do:

Subtraction on abacus (without borrowing):

Solution.

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Let’s do:

Question 1.
Addition of 2 digit numbers (without carrying):

Solution.

Question 2.
Addition of two numbers (with carrying):

Solution.

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Question 1.
Subtraction of 2-digit numbers (without borrowing):

Solution.

Question 2.
Subtraction of 2-digit numbers (with borrowing):

Solution.

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Find the sum :

Solution.

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Solution.

Question 2.
Find the sum:

Solution.

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Let’s do:

Find the sum:

Solution.

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Let’s do:

Question 1.

Solution.

Question 2.
Find the difference:

Solution.

Question 3.
Subtract by splitting number in 100’s:

Solution.

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Subtract using place value:

Solution.

Find the difference:

Solution.

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Let’s do:

Question 1.
Fill in the blanks

(i) 310 + 25 = ___ + 310
Solution.
25

(ii) 0 + ___ = 475
Solution.
475

(iii) ___ + 1 = 918
Solution.
917

(iv) 347 – ___ = 346
Solution.
1

Question 2.
(i) 425 + 25 = _______
Solution.

(ii) 310 + 0 = _______
Solution.

(iii) 743 + 1 = 744
Solution.

(iv) 540 – 1 = 541
Solution.

Let’s do:

Find the sum:

Solution.

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Statement Sum:

Question 1.
Sukhdev bought a toy car for ? 120 and a flower pot for ? 135 from a fare. How much money did Sukhdev spend in all ?
Solution.
Cost of toy car = ₹ 120
Cost of flower pot = ₹ 135
Sukhdev spent in all = ₹ 255

Question 2.
There are 140 pages in Pooja’s Punjabi book and 156 in her Mathematics book. How many total pages are there in both books ?
Solution.
Pages in pooja’s Punjabi book = 140
Pages in Pooja’s Math book = 156
Total pages in both the books = 296

Question 3.
Tarleen bought a bag for ₹ 255 for herself and a watch for ₹ 368 for her brother. How much money did she spend?
Solution.
Tarleen bought a bag for herself for = ₹ 255
Tarleen bought a watch for her brother for = ₹ 368
Money spent by Tarleen = ₹ 623

Question 4.
There are 164 guavas in one basket and 128 guavas in another basket. How many guavas are there in the two baskets?
Solution.
Number of Guavas in first basket = 164
Number of Guavas in second basket = 128
Total number of Gauvas in two baskets = 292

Question 5.
One box contains 350 marbles. If 268 marbles are taken out. How many marbles are left in the box ?
Solution.
Number of Marbles in the box = 350
Number of Marbles taken out = 268
Number of Marbles left in the basket = 82

Question 6.
A farmer has 763 cows and second farmer has 459 cows. How many cows do they have in total ?
Solution.
Number of cows with first farmer = 763
Number of cows with second farmer = 459
Total number of cows with both = 1122

Question 7.
In a garden, there were 215 mango trees. If 169 more mango trees were planted in the garden, then how many mango trees are there in the garden ?
Solution.
Number of mango trees planted = 215
More number of mango trees planted = 16 9
Total number of mango trees in the garden now = 384

Question 8.
There are 368 boys and 327 girls in a school. How many total number of students are there in the school ?
Solution.
Number of boys in the school = 368
Number of girls in the school = 327
Total number of students in the school = 695

Question 9.
Tejas had ₹ 563 in his piggy bank. His father gave him ₹ 278 more. How many rupees Tejas has now ?
Solution.
Money in Tejas Piggy Bank = ₹ 563
Money given by his father = ₹ 278
Total money Tejas has = ₹ 841

Question 10.
There were 375 toffees in a toffee box. If 167 more toffees were put in that box. How many toffees were there in the box now?
Solution.
Number of toffees in the box = 375
Number of toffees put more = 167
Total number of toffees in the box = 542

Question 11.
Parneet has ₹ 680. He bought a bag for ₹ 575. How many rupees is he left with?
Solution.
Parneet has Rupees = ₹ 680
He bought a bag for = ₹ 575
Number of rupees left with him = ₹ 105

Question 12.
Sukhdev’s school is 824 walking steps far irons his house. If he has covered 379 steps. How many steps he has to walk to reach the school ?
Solution.
Number of walking steps is Sukhdev’s school from his house = 824
Number of steps he travelled = 379
Number of more steps he has to walk to reach the school = 445

Worksheet:

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Question 1.
Fill in the blanks:
(i) 62 + 0 = ____
Solution.
62

(ii) 115 + 1 = ____
Solution.
116

(iii) ____ + 0 = 348
Solution.
348

(iv) 518 + ____ = 519
Solution.
1

(v) 410 + 35 = ____ + 410
Solution.
35

Question 2.

Solution.

Question 3.

Solution.

Question 4.

Solution.

Question 5.
Subtract by splitting the number

Solution.

Question 6.

Solution.

Question 7.
295 passengers boarded a train from Sahibzada Ajit Singh Nagar. 190 more passengers hoarded the train at the Morinda station. How many total passengers are there in train now ?
Solution.
Number of passengers boarded from Sahibzada Ajit Singh = 295
Number of passengers boarded from Morinda = 190
Total number of passengers in the train = 485

Question 8.
At Fatehgarh Sahib railway station, out of 485 pasngers, 210 got down from the train. How many passengers are now left in the train ?
Solution.
Number of passengers in the train = 485
Number of passengers got down at Fatehgarh Sahib = -210
Number of passenger left, now in the train = 275

Multiple Choice Questions:

Question 1.
In cricket game Parneet is playing at 96 and only one ball is left to play. How many runs he has to score in one ball to complete one century ?
(a) 6
(b) 4
(c) 7
(d) 5
(b) 4.

Question 2.
42 + 26 = ________ (Fill in the blank)
(a) 66
(b) 68
(c) 62
(d) 64