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## Multi-Part Addition Word Problems - Sample Math Practice Problems

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### Complexity=3, Mode=10

 1 You collect stamps. Suppose you start out with 3. Peter gives you another 6 stamps. Cindy gives you another 1 stamp. How many stamps do you have at the end? 2 You collect balls. Suppose you start out with 2. John gives you another 3 balls. Tiffany gives you another 3 balls. How many balls do you have at the end?

### Complexity=3

 1 You collect pens. Suppose you start out with 1. Peter gives you another 3 pens. Miguel gives you another 1 pen. How many pens do you have at the end? 2 You collect coins. Suppose you start out with 4. Sharon gives you another 1 coin. Paul gives you another 9 coins. How many coins do you have at the end?

### Complexity=4

 1 You collect pens. Suppose you start out with 1. Mary gives you another 15 pens. Steven gives you another 1 pen. Pearl gives you another 1 pen. How many pens do you have at the end? 2 You collect pencils. Suppose you start out with 1. Mike gives you another 11 pencils. Maria gives you another 1 pencil. Tiffany gives you another 7 pencils. How many pencils do you have at the end?

### Complexity=3, Mode=10

1You collect stamps. Suppose you start out with 3. Peter gives you another 6 stamps. Cindy gives you another 1 stamp. How many stamps do you have at the end?
Solution
3 + 6 + 1 = 10. You can do this in steps:
1. Peter gives you 6 stamps: 3 + 6 = 9 stamps.
2. Cindy gives you 1 stamp: 9 + 1 = 10 stamps.
So you have 10 at the end.
2You collect balls. Suppose you start out with 2. John gives you another 3 balls. Tiffany gives you another 3 balls. How many balls do you have at the end?
Solution
2 + 3 + 3 = 8. You can do this in steps:
1. Peter gives you 3 balls: 2 + 3 = 5 balls.
2. Cindy gives you 3 balls: 5 + 3 = 8 balls.
So you have 8 at the end.

### Complexity=3

1You collect pens. Suppose you start out with 1. Peter gives you another 3 pens. Miguel gives you another 1 pen. How many pens do you have at the end?
Solution
1 + 3 + 1 = 5. You can do this in steps:
1. Peter gives you 3 pens: 1 + 3 = 4 pens.
2. Miguel gives you 1 pen: 4 + 1 = 5 pens.
So you have 5 at the end.
2You collect coins. Suppose you start out with 4. Sharon gives you another 1 coin. Paul gives you another 9 coins. How many coins do you have at the end?
Solution
4 + 1 + 9 = 14. You can do this in steps:
1. Peter gives you 1 coin: 4 + 1 = 5 coins.
2. Miguel gives you 9 coins: 5 + 9 = 14 coins.
So you have 14 at the end.

### Complexity=4

1You collect pens. Suppose you start out with 1. Mary gives you another 15 pens. Steven gives you another 1 pen. Pearl gives you another 1 pen. How many pens do you have at the end?
Solution
1 + 15 + 1 + 1 = 18. You can do this in steps:
1. Mary gives you 15 pens: 1 + 15 = 16 pens.
2. Steven gives you 1 pen: 16 + 1 = 17 pens.
3. Pearl gives you 1 pen: 17 + 1 = 18 pens.
So you have 18 at the end.