## 220 text math problems for grade 1-st on addition, subtraction, and finding addends. Download for free in PDF.

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How to make sure that a child enjoys solving math problems? Kids find joy in independently making purchases at the store, as they actively decipher complex math questions related to counting money and the cost of goods. However, in the primary school curriculum, the plots of problems often move away from the practical, real-life interests of students. And let’s not forget that even in math exams for the 9th grade, alongside algebra and geometry, there is a section called “Real Mathematics,” which includes problems that require skills in dealing with money.

This manual covers problems in all main topics of the primary school mathematics course. Nevertheless, the solution to all types of problems is based on practical skills: the child learns to calculate the cost of goods, gets acquainted with the currency of different countries. Such an approach promotes the development of students’ cognitive interests, strengthens the educational and developmental functions of the lesson, and ensures interdisciplinary connections in the process of learning mathematics.

This manual can be used in math classes to explain and reinforce the material studied, for knowledge assessment, as additional assignments for individual students, to fill gaps in students’ knowledge, and for self-study at home.

**Contents**

Problems on finding the sum

Problems

Problems on finding the unknown addend

Problems on finding the remainder

Problems on finding the unknown subtracted and added

Problems on finding the minuend

Problems on comparative analysis

Problems with indirect questions

Composite problems on finding the sum

Composite problems on finding the remainder

Composite problems on finding

Composite problems on finding the third addend

Simple and composite problems on finding the sum

Composite problems on finding the minuend

Composite problems on comparative

### Problems on finding the sum

1. Vitya bought a pie for 3 rubles and a bun for 5 rubles. How much money did Vitya spend?

2. Nadya bought a pencil for 4 rubles and an eraser for 6 rubles. How much money did Nadya spend?

3. A big candy costs 5 rubles, and a small one costs 4 rubles. How much do two candies cost?

4. Kolya had a 2-ruble coin and a 5-ruble coin. How much money did Kolya have?

5. Dasha found 1 ruble and an additional 6 rubles. How much money did Dasha find?

6. A pen costs 1 dollar, and a notebook costs 2 dollars. How much do the pen and notebook cost together?

7. To reach the destination, you need to take a train and a bus. The train ticket costs 3 dollars, and the bus ticket costs 4 dollars. How much will you have to spend?

8. A pastry costs 2 pounds, and a cake costs 6 pounds. How much do the pastry and cake cost together?

9. A museum ticket costs 3 euros, and an exhibition ticket costs 4 euros. How much do you need to pay to visit both the museum and the exhibition?

10. A magazine costs 2 pounds, and a book costs 8 pounds. How much do the magazine and book cost together?

11. A sheet of white cardboard costs 3 rubles, and a sheet of colored cardboard costs 4 rubles. How much do both sheets cost together?

12. An eraser costs 5 rubles, and a pencil costs the same. How much do the eraser and pencil cost together?

13. An ice cream costs 3 euros, and a crème brûlée costs the same. How much do the ice cream and crème brûlée cost together?

14. A movie disc costs 2 dollars, and a book costs 6 dollars. How much do the disc and book cost together?

15. Vasya has 2 coins, each worth 5 rubles. How much money does Vasya have?

### Tasks

for increasing and decreasing numbers by several units

16. A magazine costs 10 rubles, and a newspaper is 6 rubles less. How much does the newspaper cost?

17. A bun costs 3 hryvnias, and a pastry is 5 hryvnias more. How much does the pastry cost?

18. Kolya has 5 rubles, and Anya has 5 rubles more. How much money does Anya have?

19. A notebook costs 4 dollars, and a notepad is 2 dollars less. How much does the notepad cost?

20. Maria paid 2 euros for soup, and for the second dish, she paid 3 euros more. How much did Maria pay for the second dish?

21. A kilogram of cheese costs 10 euros, and a kilogram of cottage cheese is 2 euros less. How much does a kilogram of cottage cheese cost?

22. A pack of cookies costs 1 pound, and a box of candies is 3 pounds more. How much does the box of candies cost?

23. An album costs 8 pounds, and a notebook is 3 pounds less. How much does the notebook cost?

24. A cinema ticket for a daytime session costs 5 euros, and a ticket for an evening session is 4 euros more. How much does a ticket for the evening session cost?

25. A large cake costs 10 dollars, and a small one is 3 dollars less. How much does the small cake cost?

26. An Eskimo ice cream costs 3 hryvnias, and a wafer cone is 6 hryvnias more. How much does the wafer cone cost?

27. In the store, a bag of milk costs 8 hryvnias, and at the wholesale market, it is 1 hryvnia less. How much does a bag of milk cost at the wholesale market?

28. Yogurt costs 2 euros, and a cheese curd is 2 euros more. How much does the cheese curd cost?

29. A set of pens costs 6 dollars, and a set of pencils is 3 dollars less. How much does the set of pencils cost?

30. A pack of tea costs 7 pounds, and a pack of coffee is 3 pounds more. How much does a pack of coffee cost?

### Tasks for finding the unknown addend

31. A juice pack and a cookie package together cost 8 dollars. The juice pack costs 3 dollars. How much does the cookie package cost?

32. A set of pencils and a set of markers together cost 10 dollars. The set of pencils costs 4 dollars. How much does the set of markers cost?

33. A notebook and an eraser together cost 4 euros. The eraser costs 1 euro. How much does the notebook cost?

34. Two magazines together cost 9 euros. One magazine costs 5 euros. How much does the second magazine cost?

35. Lunch with two dishes costs 10 pounds. The soup costs 3 pounds. How much does the second dish cost?

36. A leash and a collar together cost 9 pounds. The collar costs 6 pounds. How much does the leash cost?

37. A spoon and a fork together cost 8 dollars. The spoon costs 4 dollars. How much does the fork cost?

38. A train ticket and a bus ticket together cost 7 euros. The bus ticket costs 2 euros. How much does the train ticket cost?

39. A large and a small pillow together cost 8 pounds. The small pillow costs 3 pounds. How much does the large pillow cost?

40. For 9 dollars, Kolya bought a book and a notepad. The book costs 7 dollars. How much does the notepad cost?

41. For 10 pounds, Anya bought a T-shirt and a scarf. The T-shirt costs 8 pounds. How much does the scarf cost?

42. For 8 dollars, Denis bought an album and a set of pencils. The pencils cost 4 dollars. How much does the album cost?

43. For 7 hryvnias, Vasya bought a juice pack and a bun. The juice pack costs 5 hryvnias. How much does the bun cost?

44. For 10 rubles, Olya bought a cup of tea with a slice of lemon. The tea costs 7 rubles. How much does the lemon slice cost?

45. For 6 euros, Kirill bought potatoes and carrots. He paid 2 euros for the potatoes. How much did he pay for the carrots?

### Problems on Finding the Remainder

46. Dima had 8 euros. He bought a cinema ticket for 5 euros. How much money does Dima have left?

47. Borya had 10 euros. He bought ice cream for 4 euros. How much money does Borya have left?

48. Kostya had 7 pounds. He bought a box of candies for 6 pounds. How much money does Kostya have left?

49. Lena had 6 pounds. She spent 2 pounds. How much money does Lena have left?

50. Dasha received 10 dollars and spent 8 dollars on postcards. How much money does Dasha have left?

51. Grisha had 9 dollars. He bought a fish sandwich for 2 dollars. How much money does Grisha have left?

52. There were 6 pounds on the table. Katya took 3 pounds. How much money is left on the table?

53. There were 9 euros in the wallet. Ira spent 7 euros. How much money is left in the wallet?

54. Misha had 10 dollars. He bought a guidebook for 5 dollars. How much money does Misha have left?

55. Nadya found 4 hryvnias and bought ice cream for 2 hryvnias. How much money does Nadya have left?

56. Mila had 5 euros. She bought a pastry for 3 euros. How much money does Mila have left?

57. Seryozha had 10 pounds. He bought a ticket for 6 pounds. How much money does Seryozha have left?

58. Sasha had 6 dollars. He bought a newspaper for 1 dollar. How much money does Sasha have left?

59. Roma had 80 hryvnias. He bought a box of candies for 5 hryvnias. How much money does Roma have left?

60. Tolya had 7 pounds. He bought a flashlight for 3 pounds. How much money does Tolya have left?

### Problems on Finding the Unknown Subtrahend and Addend

61. Galya had 8 dollars. She spent some money, and she has 5 dollars left. How much money did Galya spend?

62. Oleg had 4 dollars. He received some more, and now he has 8 dollars. How much money did Oleg receive?

63. Natasha had 10 dollars. She bought a hairpin, and now she has 3 dollars left. How much did the hairpin cost?

64. There were 6 euros in the wallet. Some more money was added, and now there are 9 euros. How much money was added to the wallet?

65. Alyona had 9 euros. She bought a pastry, and now she has 6 euros left. How much did the pastry cost?

66. Masha had 6 pounds. She found some more, and now she has 10 pounds. How much money did Masha find?

67. There were 9 euros on the table. Nastya took some money, and now there are 7 euros left. How much money did Nastya take?

68. Slava took out 2 rubles from his pocket. Then he took out some more, and now he has 7 rubles in his hand. How much money did Slava take out?

69. Pasha had 9 pounds. He bought a packet of pistachios, and now he has 8 pounds left. How much did the packet of pistachios cost?

70. First, Mom gave Mitya 5 hryvnias, then added some more, and now Mitya has 10 hryvnias. How much money did Mom add to Mitya?

71. Katya had 9 dollars. She bought a book, and now she has 2 dollars left. How much did the book cost?

72. Egor spent 6 euros on sandwiches and some more on coffee. In total, he spent 7 euros. How much money did Egor spend on coffee?

73. Yulia had 10 dollars. She bought a box of candies, and now she has 4 dollars left. How much did the box of candies cost?

74. Yura spent 9 pounds on tickets to two museums. He spent 3 pounds on a ticket to one museum. How much money did Yura spend on a ticket to the other museum?

75. Kristina had 5 dollars. She bought a postcard, and now she has 4 dollars left. How much did the postcard cost?

### Problems on Finding the Minuend

76. When Ilya bought a ball for 5 euros, he had 2 euros left. How much money did Ilya have?

77. When Polya bought a toy for 4 euros, she had 5 euros left. How much money did Polya have?

78. When Anya bought a piece of cake for 6 dollars, she had 4 dollars left. How much money did Anya have?

79. When Mitya bought a set of postcards for 8 dollars, he had 1 dollar left. How much money did Mitya have?

80. Valya spent 2 pounds and still has 6 pounds left. How much money did Valya have?

81. Yura lost 4 pounds and still has 2 pounds left. How much money did Yura have?

82. Gosha bought a ticket to an exhibition for 4 dollars and still has 6 dollars left. How much money did Gosha have?

83. Rita bought a packet of nuts for 3 euros and still has 7 euros left. How much money did Rita have?

84. Maxim bought a can of preserves for 5 pounds and still has 5 pounds left. How much money did Maxim have?

85. Valera bought a kilogram of apples for 2 hryvnias and still has 5 hryvnias left. How much money did Valera have?

86. Kesha bought a book for 3 hryvnias and still has 4 hryvnias left. How much money did Kesha have?

87. Zhenya bought a magazine for 4 euros and still has 2 euros left. How much money did Zhenya have?

88. Misha bought a ball for 5 dollars and still has 3 dollars left. How much money did Misha have?

89. Tolya bought shampoo for 3 hryvnias and still has 5 hryvnias left. How much money did Tolya have?

90. Oksana bought cologne for 7 pounds and still has 2 pounds left. How much money did Oksana have?

### Problems on Difference Comparison

91. A pie costs 7 pounds, and a bun costs 5 pounds. How many pounds more expensive is the pie than the bun?

92. One book costs 6 dollars, and another costs 3 dollars. How many dollars cheaper is the second book than the first?

93. A thick notebook costs 8 euros, and a thin one costs 3 euros. How many euros more expensive is the thick notebook than the thin one?

94. A jar of blueberry jam costs 7 pounds, and a jar of orange jam costs 8 pounds. How many pounds more expensive is the jar of orange jam than the jar of blueberry jam?

95. A pen costs 5 dollars, and a pencil costs 1 dollar. How many dollars cheaper is the pencil than the pen?

96. Cough tablets cost 6 euros, and nasal drops cost 4 euros. How many euros more expensive are the tablets than the drops?

97. A hardcover book costs 10 pounds, and a paperback book costs 6 pounds. How many pounds cheaper is the paperback book than the hardcover book?

98. A large towel costs 9 dollars, and a small towel costs 5 dollars. How many dollars more expensive is the large towel than the small one?

99. A cup costs 5 euros, and a glass costs 3 euros. How many euros cheaper is the glass than the cup?

100. A T-shirt costs 3 pounds, and a shirt costs 10 pounds. How many pounds more expensive is the shirt than the T-shirt?

101. A large box of clay costs 5 hryvnias, and a small box costs 2 hryvnias. How many hryvnias cheaper is the small box of clay than the large one?

102. A kilogram of apples costs 3 euros, and a kilogram of peaches costs 7 euros. How many euros more expensive are the peaches than the apples?

103. A pastry costs 6 hryvnias, and ice cream costs 4 hryvnias. How many hryvnias cheaper is the ice cream than the pastry?

104. A serving of borscht costs 3 dollars, and a serving of mushroom soup costs 8 dollars. How many dollars more expensive is the serving of mushroom soup than the borscht?

105. A marker costs 2 euros, and a highlighter costs 5 euros. How many euros cheaper is the marker than the highlighter?

### Problems with Indirect Questions

106. Katie has 8 euros. This is 2 euros less than Svetlana has. How many euros does Svetlana have?

107. Mark has 10 dollars. This is 5 dollars more than Ilya has. How many dollars does Ilya have?

108. Nadia has 7 pounds. This is 2 pounds less than Pasha has. How many pounds does Pasha have?

109. Ira has 9 dollars. This is 6 dollars more than Christina has. How many dollars does Christina have?

110. Borya has 4 euros. This is 4 euros less than Gena has. How many euros does Gena have?

111. Kostya has 9 pounds. This is 2 pounds more than Maxim has. How many pounds does Maxim have?

112. A bouquet of carnations costs 6 pounds. This is 4 pounds cheaper than a bouquet of roses. How much does a bouquet of roses cost?

113. A hammer costs 10 dollars. This is 5 dollars more expensive than a screwdriver. How much does a screwdriver cost?

114. A small flashlight costs 4 euros. This is 5 euros cheaper than a large flashlight. How much does a large flashlight cost?

115. A magazine costs 8 hryvnias. This is 6 hryvnias more expensive than a newspaper. How much does a newspaper cost?

116. A cream-filled pastry costs 5 hryvnias. This is 3 hryvnias cheaper than a pastry with whipped cream. How much does a pastry with whipped cream cost?

117. A serving of fried potatoes costs 7 dollars. This is 2 dollars more expensive than a serving of boiled potatoes. How much does a serving of boiled potatoes cost?

118. A hairpin costs 2 euros. This is 6 euros cheaper than a bracelet. How much does a bracelet cost?

119. A movie disc costs 4 euros. This is 1 euro more expensive than a music disc. How much does a music disc cost?

120. A bag of crackers costs 2 hryvnias. This is 2 hryvnias cheaper than a bag of pistachios. How much does a bag of pistachios cost?

### Composite Problems on Finding the Sum

121. A kilogram of apples costs 5 dollars, and a kilogram of pears is 2 dollars more. How much do a kilogram of apples and a kilogram of pears cost together?

122. Masha has 10 dollars, and Sasha has 2 dollars less. How much money do they have together?

123. A pastry costs 6 euros, and a cake is 3 euros more. How much do the pastry and the cake cost together?

124. Yesterday, Nika received 10 euros from her mom, and today, 2 euros less. How much did Nika receive from her mom in two days?

125. Dima paid 2 pounds for a small ball, and 4 pounds more for a large one. How much did Dima pay for both balls?

126. Kolya paid 4 pounds for a cap, and 5 pounds more for a hat. How much did Kolya pay for the cap and the hat together?

127. A tablecloth costs 5 dollars, and a blanket is 3 dollars more. How much do the tablecloth and the blanket cost together?

128. A weekly newspaper costs 30 rubles, and a daily one is 20 rubles less. How much do the two newspapers cost together?

129. A serving of kebabs costs 6 euros, and a serving of salad is 3 euros less. How much do both servings cost together?

130. A theater ticket costs 10 pounds, and a cinema ticket is 4 pounds less. How much do both tickets cost together?

131. Rita paid 60 rubles for a thick notebook, and 40 rubles less for a thin one. How much money did Rita spend in total?

132. A cabbage pie costs 20 rubles, and a meat pie is 5 rubles more. How much do both pies cost together?

133. A cup of coffee costs 25 rubles, and a portion of ice cream is 15 rubles more. How much do the coffee and ice cream cost together?

134. A large light bulb costs 30 rubles, and a small one is 15 rubles less. How much do the large and small light bulbs cost together?

135. A calendar costs 20 rubles, and a greeting card is 10 rubles more. How much do the calendar and greeting card cost together?

### Composite Problems on Finding the Remainder

136. Mark had 10 euros, Marina had 5 euros. The children bought ice cream for 7 euros. How much money do the children have left?

137. Dad gave Ilya 8 pounds, mom gave him 6 pounds. Ilya spent 9 pounds. How much money does Ilya have left?

138. There were 5 dollars on the table, and the same amount more. Pasha took 7 dollars. How much money is left on the table?

139. There were 9 pounds in the wallet. Roma put in another 7 pounds, and then took 10 pounds. How much money is left in the wallet?

140. Dima found 10 dollars, then another 10 dollars, and then spent 15 dollars. How much money does Dima have left?

141. Nadya had 6 euros, Natasha had 9 euros. They spent 13 euros. How much money do they have left?

142. Tanya had two banknotes of 50 rubles each. She bought a keychain for 80 rubles. How much money does Tanya have left?

143. Katie had a banknote of 50 rubles and a coin of 10 rubles. She bought a metro ticket for 28 rubles. How much money does Katie have left?

144. Egor had 25 rubles, Anton had 45 rubles. They bought a pack of chips for 50 rubles. How much money is left for the boys?

145. Oleg found two coins of 10 rubles each and bought a bun for 16 rubles. How much money does Oleg have left?

146. Kristina took 40 rubles, then another 30 rubles, and bought a disc for 65 rubles. How much money does Kristina have left?

147. Kostya took out 5 euros, then another 10 euros, and bought a book for 12 euros. How much change did Kostya receive?

148. Masha and Olya had 9 dollars each. They bought a toy for 14 dollars. How much money do the girls have left?

149. Alyosha had 7 pounds, and Denis had 8 pounds. They bought a cake for 11 pounds. How much money do the boys have left?

150. Lenya found 40 rubles, then another 50 rubles, and bought a pack of markers for 70 rubles. How much money does Lenya have left?

### Composite Problems on Finding Addend and Subtrahend

151. Natasha had 8 dollars, and Nastya had 9 dollars. When they bought a gift for their friend, they had 5 dollars left. How much did the gift cost?

152. Klava had 10 pounds. She bought a hairpin for 2 pounds and a scarf. How much did the scarf cost if she had 4 pounds left?

153. Vika had 10 euros, and Vadik had 7 euros. When Zhenya came, they had a total of 23 euros. How much money did Zhenya have?

154. Borya had 10 dollars. Dad gave him 5 dollars, and mom gave him some more. How much money did mom give if he had 18 dollars?

155. Tolya had 6 pounds, and Kolya had 4 pounds. When Stas came, they had a total of 15 pounds. How much did Stas have?

156. Anton had 14 euros. He bought a pen for 2 euros, and a notebook. How much did the notebook cost if he had 11 euros left?

157. Lena had 50 rubles, and Katya had 30 rubles. They bought a can of cat food. How much did the can of cat food cost if they had 20 rubles left?

158. Yura found 30 rubles, then another 20 rubles, and then some more. How much money did Yura find the third time if he had 90 rubles?

159. Oksana had 70 rubles, and Tanya had 30 rubles. They bought mosquito repellent, and they had 50 rubles left. How much did the mosquito repellent cost?

160. Ira had 80 rubles. She bought a notebook for 25 rubles and a magazine. How much did the magazine cost if she had 15 rubles left?

161. There were two banknotes on the table – 10 and 50 rubles. Kirill took them and bought a bag of chips. How much did the chips cost if there were 20 rubles left?

162. There were 70 rubles in the wallet with small change. Roma took 35 rubles, and Ira took some more. How much money did Ira take if there were 10 rubles left in the wallet?

163. Slava had 50 rubles, and Vasya had 20 rubles. When Edik came, they had a total of 100 rubles. How much money did Edik have?

164. Zhora had 80 rubles. He bought a pack of napkins for 20 rubles and soap. How much did the soap cost if he had 35 rubles left?

165. Egor had 10 dollars, and Kirill had 15 dollars. They bought a bouquet of flowers. How much did the bouquet cost if the boys had 20 dollars left?

### Composite Problems on Finding the Third Addend

166. Natasha, Katya, and Sveta have a total of 19 dollars. Katya has 8 dollars, and Sveta has 6 dollars. How many dollars does Natasha have?

167. Artyom, Denis, and Yuri have a total of 20 pounds. Artyom has 7 pounds, and Denis has 5 pounds. How many pounds does Yuri have?

168. Three different buns cost 12 euros. The bun with poppy seeds costs 4 euros, and the one with jam costs 3 euros. How much does the bun with sesame seeds cost?

169. Three glasses with different juices cost 10 dollars. The glass with orange juice costs 2 dollars, and the one with pineapple juice costs 3 dollars. How much does the glass with mango juice cost?

170. A spoon, fork, and knife together cost 6 pounds. The spoon costs 1 pound, and the fork costs 2 pounds. How much does the knife cost?

171. A deep plate, a small plate, and a saucer together cost 9 euros. The deep plate costs 4 euros, and the small plate costs 3 euros. How much does the saucer cost?

172. An album, a notebook, and a notepad together cost 100 rubles. The album costs 50 rubles, and the notebook costs 30 rubles. How much does the notepad cost?

173. A mug, a cup, and a glass together cost 90 rubles. The mug costs 40 rubles, and the glass costs 20 rubles. How much does the cup cost?

174. A marker, a pen, and a pencil together cost 60 rubles. The pencil costs 10 rubles, and the pen costs 20 rubles. How much does the marker cost?

175. Three different pastries cost 70 rubles. The pastry with cabbage costs 15 rubles, and the one with cheese costs 20 rubles. How much does the pastry with meat cost?

176. Cups with tea, cocoa, and coffee together cost 55 rubles. The tea cup costs 10 rubles, and the coffee cup costs 25 rubles. How much does the cocoa cup cost?

177. Sasha bought three kilograms of different vegetables for 80 rubles: a kilogram of potatoes for 15 rubles, a kilogram of onions for 30 rubles, and a kilogram of carrots. How much did the kilogram of carrots cost?

178. Yasha bought three small bags for 100 rubles: a bag of crackers for 20 rubles, a bag of pistachios for 50 rubles, and a bag of chips. How much did the bag of chips cost?

179. Gena bought three different flowers for 100 rubles: a rose for 40 rubles, a carnation for 30 rubles, and a chrysanthemum. How much did the chrysanthemum cost?

180. Olya bought three different postcards for 80 rubles. One postcard cost 20 rubles, and another one cost 25 rubles. How much did the third postcard cost?

### Simple and Composite Problems on Finding the Sum

181. Katya has 10 dollars, Masha has 4 dollars less than Katya, and Valya has 3 dollars more than Masha. How many dollars does Valya have?

182. Roma has 5 euros, Tolya has 4 euros more than Roma, and Slava has 2 euros less than Tolya. How many euros do the boys have in total?

183. Denis has 8 pounds, Kirill has 2 pounds less than Denis, and Sergey has 4 pounds more than Kirill. How many pounds does Sergey have?

184. Tanya has 15 euros, Sveta has 6 euros less than Tanya, and Oksana has 2 euros less than Sveta. How many euros do the girls have in total?

185. A pastry costs 3 dollars, a bun is 2 dollars more expensive than the pastry, and a cake is 4 dollars cheaper than the bun. How much does the cake cost?

186. A set of pens costs 4 pounds, a set of pencils is 2 pounds cheaper than the set of pens, and a set of markers is 3 pounds more expensive than the set of pencils. How much do three sets cost together?

187. Dasha has 20 rubles, Galya has 30 rubles more than Dasha, and Lena has 20 rubles more than Galya. How many rubles does Lena have?

188. A hairpin costs 50 rubles, a greeting card is 20 rubles cheaper than the hairpin, and a sticker is 10 rubles more expensive than the greeting card. How much do the hairpin, greeting card, and sticker cost together?

189. A thick magazine costs 60 rubles, a newspaper is 40 rubles cheaper than the thick magazine, and a thin magazine is 10 rubles more expensive than the newspaper. How much does the thin magazine cost?

190. A fork costs 3 dollars, a knife is 2 dollars more expensive than the fork, and a spoon is 4 dollars cheaper than the knife. How much do the spoon, fork, and knife cost together?

191. Nadia has 30 rubles, Katya has 30 rubles more than Nadia, and Nastya has 40 rubles more than Katya. How many rubles does Nastya have?

192. Meat with a side dish costs 6 pounds, soup is 3 pounds cheaper than meat with a side dish, and a salad is 1 pound cheaper than soup. How much do the salad, soup, and meat with a side dish cost together?

193. A plush teddy bear costs 50 dollars, a plush hare is 30 dollars cheaper than the teddy bear, and a plush dog is 10 dollars more expensive than the hare. How much does the plush dog cost?

194. Jeans cost 30 dollars, sneakers are 20 dollars more expensive than jeans, and a T-shirt is 30 dollars cheaper than sneakers. How much do the T-shirt, jeans, and sneakers cost together?

195. A teapot costs 15 pounds, a saucepan is 5 pounds less than the teapot, and a frying pan is 2 pounds more than the saucepan. How much does the frying pan cost?

### Composite Problems on Finding the Minuend

196. Ira bought a chocolate bar for 3 euros and a box of candies for 5 euros, and she had 6 euros left. How many euros did Ira have initially?

197. Kolya bought a toy car for 5 dollars and a construction set for 8 dollars, and he had 7 dollars left. How many dollars did Kolya have initially?

198. Dasha bought a T-shirt for 4 pounds and jeans for 10 pounds, and she had 6 pounds left. How many pounds did Dasha have initially?

199. Gena bought a bun with jam for 15 rubles and a bun with sesame seeds for 20 rubles, and he had 25 rubles left. How many rubles did Gena have initially?

200. Nelly bought a meat pie for 30 rubles and a dried apricot pie for 25 rubles, and she had 10 rubles left. How many rubles did Nelly have initially?

201. Tanya bought sneakers for 12 pounds and slippers for 4 pounds, and she had 5 pounds left. How many pounds did Tanya have initially?

202. Borya bought soap for 25 rubles and detergent for 45 rubles, and he had 30 rubles left. How many rubles did Borya have initially?

203. Kolya bought a pack of cottage cheese for 40 rubles and a packet of milk for 35 rubles, and he had 15 rubles left. How many rubles did Kolya have initially?

204. Roma bought a newspaper for 15 rubles and a magazine for 50 rubles, and he had 10 rubles left. How many rubles did Roma have initially?

205. Tolya bought gum for 20 rubles and lollipops for 30 rubles, and he had 30 rubles left. How many rubles did Tolya have initially?

206. Olya bought mayonnaise for 25 rubles and ketchup for 30 rubles, and she had 20 rubles left. How many rubles did Olya have initially?

207. Nika bought a cup for 5 euros and a small vase for 8 euros, and she had 6 euros left. How many euros did Nika have initially?

208. Herman bought regular socks for 25 rubles and woolen socks for 40 rubles, and he had 20 rubles left. How many rubles did Herman have initially?

209. Mitya bought an album for 50 rubles and a notebook for 20 rubles, and he had 25 rubles left. How many rubles did Mitya have initially?

210. Masha bought a set of clothespins for 40 rubles and a light bulb for 15 rubles, and she had 35 rubles left. How many rubles did Masha have initially?

### Composite Problems on Comparative Comparison

211. Misha paid 10 euros for two pastries. 4 euros were for the cabbage pastry, and the rest was for the poppy seed pastry. How many euros more expensive is the poppy seed pastry?

212. Ira paid 8 dollars for two kilograms of fruit. 3 dollars were for a kilogram of apples, and the rest was for a kilogram of pears. How many dollars cheaper is a kilogram of apples?

213. Olya paid 7 pounds for two portions of salad. 4 pounds were for the crab salad, and the rest was for the vegetable salad. How many pounds more expensive is the crab salad?

214. Igor paid 12 euros for two chocolate bars. 4 euros were for the milk chocolate, and the rest was for the dark chocolate. How many euros cheaper is the milk chocolate?

215. Zhanna paid 9 dollars for two buns. 4 dollars were for the raisin bun, and the rest was for the poppy seed bun. How many dollars more expensive is the poppy seed bun compared to the raisin bun?

216. Kirill paid 100 rubles for two magazines. 30 rubles were for the regular magazine, and the rest was for the glossy magazine. How many rubles cheaper is the regular magazine?

217. Vika paid 60 rubles for two postcards. 40 rubles were for the double postcard, and the rest was for the simple one. How many rubles more expensive is the double postcard?

218. Kostya paid 100 rubles for two cans of preserves. 45 rubles were for the mackerel can, and the rest was for the herring can. How many rubles cheaper is the mackerel can?

219. Ilya paid 70 rubles for two notebooks. 50 rubles were for the thick notebook, and the rest was for the thin one. How many rubles more expensive is the thick notebook?

220. Inna paid 45 rubles for two light bulbs. 15 rubles were for the regular light bulb, and the rest was for the blue one. How many rubles cheaper is the regular light bulb?

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