Math Practice Topic: Basic Volume Word Problems

Description: Solve one-step word problems using addition, subtraction, multiplication, or division involving volumes that are given in the same units.

Adaptive Learning Progression: Add, then subtract, then multiply, then divide, then mixed.

Sample Levels (out of 5)

Solve.

1.
Pearl has 15 quarts of milk, and Peter has 32 quarts of milk. How many quarts of milk do they have altogether?
quarts

2.
A bottle holds 53 ounces of shampoo and another bottle holds 80 ounces of shampoo. How much shampoo can the two bottles hold in all?
ounces

3.
Jose has 55 quarts of lemonade, and Miguel has 73 quarts of lemonade. How many quarts of lemonade do they have altogether?
quarts

Solve.

1.
Pearl bought a total of 21 cups of lemonade. If one bottle of lemonade contains 7 cups, how many bottles did she buy?
bottles

2.
Eight friends each have 8 gallons of soda. How many gallons of soda do they have in all?
gallons

3.
A tank can hold 227 gallons. If there are already 87 gallons of water in the tank, how much more water is needed to fill it up completely?
gallons

4.
There are 86 more ounces of oil than water. If there are 80 ounces of water, how many ounces of oil are there?
ounces


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