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#### Add & Subtract - Quiz 3

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While on vacation, Rachel took six pictures at the zoo and nine at the museum. If she later deleted eleven of the pictures, how many pictures from her vacation did she still have?
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A pet store had twelve siamese cats and twenty house cats. During a sale they sold twenty cats. How many cats do they have left?
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Carol and her mom were picking carrots from their garden. Carol picked twenty-nine and her mother picked sixteen. If only thirty-eight of the carrots were good, how many bad carrots did they have?
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There were thirty-nine girls and four boys trying out for the schools basketball team. If only twenty-six of them got called back, how many students didn't make the cut?
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Ned had to wash nine short sleeve shirts and twenty-one long sleeve shirts before school. If he had only washed twenty-nine of them by the time school started, how many did he not wash?
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Edward was trying to expand his game collection. He bought forty-one games from a friend and bought fourteen more at a garage sale. If thirty-one of the games didn't work, how many good games did he end up with?
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Sam had to wash forty short sleeve shirts and twenty-three long sleeve shirts before school. If he had only washed twenty-nine of them by the time school started, how many did he not wash?
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At the arcade, Tom won thirty-two tickets playing 'whack a mole' and twenty-five tickets playing 'skee ball'. If he spent seven of his tickets on a hat, how many tickets does Tom have left?
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A pet store had thirteen siamese cats and five house cats. During a sale they sold ten cats. How many cats do they have left?
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For Halloween Janet and her sister combined the candy they received. Janet had thirty-four pieces of candy while her sister had thirty-three. If they ate four pieces the first night, how many pieces do they have left?
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The school cafeteria ordered thirty-three red apples and twenty-three green apples for students lunches. But, if only twenty-one students wanted fruit, how many extra did the cafeteria end up with?
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Paige had forty-three math problems and twelve science problems for homework. If she finished forty-four of the problems at school, how many problems did she have to do for homework?
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The school cafeteria ordered forty-two red apples and seven green apples for students lunches. But, if only nine students wanted fruit, how many extra did the cafeteria end up with?