# Free second grade word problems

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Simple Multiplication Problems

Problems on Multiplying and Dividing by Several Times

Problems on Division by Content and Equal Parts

Problems on Multiple Comparison

Problems on Multiplying and Dividing by Several Times (Indirect Form)

Composite Problems on Finding the Sum

Problems on Reducing to One

Composite Problems on Finding the Minuend, Subtrahend, and Difference

Composite Problems on Comparative and Multiple Comparison

Problems on Finding the Sum of Two Products

Problems on Finding the Unknown Addend

Composite Problems on Dividing the Sum by a Number and Numbers by the Sum

Simple Problems on Finding the Price, Quantity, and Cost

Problems on Finding the Number by Fraction and Fraction by Number

### Simple Multiplication Problems

221.    One pastry costs 2 dollars. How much do 4 pastries cost?

222.    One hairpin costs 3 euros. How much do 3 such hairpins cost?

223.    One bus ticket costs 3 pounds. How much do 3 such bus tickets cost?

224.    One notebook costs 2 euros. How much do 6 such notebooks cost?

225.    One textbook costs 8 dollars. How much do 4 such textbooks cost?

226.    One bottle of shampoo costs 4 pounds. How much do 4 such bottles cost?

227.    One album costs 5 dollars. How much do 5 such albums cost?

228.    One book costs 5 pounds. How much do 3 such books cost?

229.    One ring costs 6 euros. How much do 3 such rings cost?

230.    One pendant costs 9 pounds. How much do 2 such pendants cost?

231.    One set of markers costs 3 euros. How much do 9 such sets cost?

232.    One magazine costs 4 dollars. How much do 5 such magazines cost?

233.    One newspaper costs 10 rubles. How much do 5 such newspapers cost?

234.    One candy costs 9 rubles. How much do 3 such candies cost?

235.    One bun costs 2 pounds. How much do 8 such buns cost?

### Problems on Increasing and Decreasing Numbers by Several Times

236.    A toy car costs 8 euros, and a toy truck is 2 times more expensive. How much does the toy truck cost?

237.    A cake costs 15 dollars, and a pastry is 5 times cheaper. How much does the pastry cost?

238.    A cup of tea costs 9 rubles, and a cup of juice is 4 times more expensive. How much does the cup of juice cost?

239.    A sweater costs 25 pounds, and a T-shirt is 5 times cheaper. How much does the T-shirt cost?

240.    Slippers cost 4 dollars, and sneakers are 9 times more expensive. How much do the sneakers cost?

241.    A large pillow costs 18 euros, and a small one is 3 times cheaper. How much does the small pillow cost?

242.    Shorts cost 6 pounds, and jeans are 6 times more expensive. How much do the jeans cost?

243.    A vase costs 16 euros, and a cup is 4 times cheaper. How much does the cup cost?

244.    A plush dog costs 3 pounds, and a large plush bear is 5 times more expensive. How much does the large plush bear cost?

245.    A set of toy cars costs 36 dollars, and a set of toy soldiers is 4 times cheaper. How much does the set of toy soldiers cost?

246.    A pastry costs 10 rubles, and a muffin is 9 times more expensive. How much does the muffin cost?

247.    A blouse costs 42 dollars, and a tank top is 6 times cheaper. How much does the tank top cost?

248.    A pastry costs 3 pounds, and a cake is 5 times more expensive. How much does the cake cost?

249.    A desk lamp costs 54 dollars, and a flashlight is 9 times cheaper. How much does the flashlight cost?

250.    A tablecloth costs 7 euros, and a curtain is 3 times more expensive. How much does the curtain cost?

### Problems on Division by Content and Equal Parts

251.    Three identical pastries cost 9 euros. How much did each pastry cost?

252.    Five identical shampoo bottles cost 30 euros. How much did one bottle cost?

253.    Identical souvenirs cost 36 pounds. One souvenir cost 4 pounds. How many souvenirs were bought?

254.    Several glasses of juice cost 18 dollars. One glass costs 3 dollars. How many glasses of juice were bought?

255.    63 pounds were divided equally among 7 boys. How many pounds did each boy get?

256.    48 euros were divided equally among several girls. Each received 8 euros. How many girls were there?

257.    Several tubes of toothpaste cost 27 dollars. One tube costs 3 dollars. How many tubes of toothpaste were bought?

258.    Eight tubes of cream cost 32 euros. How much did one tube of cream cost?

259.    Four identical buckets cost 28 euros. How much did one bucket cost?

260.    Flash drives cost 18 pounds. One flash drive costs 6 pounds. How many flash drives were bought?

261.    Four textbooks cost 40 euros. How much did one textbook cost?

262.    Identical pillows cost 54 dollars. One pillow costs 9 dollars. How many pillows were bought?

263.    50 pounds were divided equally among 5 children. How many pounds did each child get?

264.    72 dollars were divided equally among several boys. Each received 9 dollars. How many boys were there?

265.    Five movie tickets cost 45 dollars. How much did one movie ticket cost?

### Problems on Multiple Comparison

266.    Kolya has 6 pounds, and Nikita has 36 pounds. How many times more pounds does Nikita have than Kolya?

267.    Dasha has 7 dollars, and Nadya has 21 dollars. How many times fewer dollars does Dasha have than Nadya?

268.    A can of cucumbers costs 4 pounds, and a can of pineapples costs 16 pounds. How many times more expensive is the can of pineapples than the can of cucumbers?

269.    A kilogram of beets costs 2 dollars, and a kilogram of peaches costs 6 dollars. How many times cheaper is a kilogram of beets than a kilogram of peaches?

270.    A teapot costs 4 euros, and an electric kettle costs 40 euros. How many times more expensive is the electric kettle than the teapot?

271.    Jeans cost 42 pounds, and a T-shirt costs 6 pounds. How many times cheaper is the T-shirt than the jeans?

272.    A newspaper costs 10 rubles, and a magazine costs 60 rubles. How many times more expensive is the magazine than the newspaper?

273.    A pastry costs 3 euros, and a cake costs 27 euros. How many times cheaper is the pastry than the cake?

274.    A cup costs 2 pounds, and a pot costs 8 pounds. How many times more expensive is the pot than the cup?

275.    Alyosha has 8 pounds, and Gena has 72 pounds. How many times fewer pounds does Alyosha have than Gena?

276.    Nika has 45 dollars, and Vika has 5 dollars. How many times more dollars does Nika have than Vika?

277.    A notebook costs 3 dollars, and an album costs 9 dollars. How many times cheaper is the notebook than the album?

278.    A bun costs 8 rubles, and a muffin costs 64 rubles. How many times more expensive is the muffin than the bun?

279.    A plastic toy car costs 4 euros, and a metal toy car costs 12 euros. How many times cheaper is the plastic toy car than the metal one?

280.    A chain costs 5 pounds, and a pendant costs 20 pounds. How many times more expensive is the pendant than the chain?

### Problems on Increasing and Decreasing Numbers by Several Times (Indirect Form)

281.    A croissant costs 9 rubles. It is 4 times cheaper than a poppy seed bun. How much does the poppy seed bun cost?

282.    A sandwich with red fish costs 56 rubles. It is 7 times more expensive than a sandwich with cheese. How much does the sandwich with cheese cost?

283.    A kilogram of caramels costs 4 dollars. It is 3 times cheaper than a kilogram of chocolate candies. How much does a kilogram of chocolate candies cost?

284.    A can of sardines costs 8 euros. It is 4 times more expensive than a can of mackerel. How much does the can of mackerel cost?

285.    A towel costs 2 dollars. It is 7 times cheaper than a bathrobe. How much does the bathrobe cost?

286.    A pack of juice costs 50 rubles. It is 5 times more expensive than a glass of juice. How much does the glass of juice cost?

287.    Katie has 6 dollars. It is 8 times less than Lena. How many dollars does Lena have?

288.    Misha has 81 euros. It is 9 times more than Slava. How many euros does Slava have?

289.    A plastic bucket costs 4 dollars, and a metal one is 3 times more expensive. How much does the metal bucket cost?

290.    A shovel costs 9 pounds, and a dustpan is 3 times cheaper. How much does the dustpan cost?

291.    A bowl costs 5 euros, and a frying pan is 5 times more expensive. How much does the frying pan cost?

292.    A pot costs 18 euros, and a glass is 9 times cheaper. How much does the glass cost?

293.    A movie ticket costs 4 pounds, and a theater ticket is 4 times more expensive. How much does the theater ticket cost?

294.    Breakfast costs 8 dollars, and lunch is 2 times more expensive. How much does lunch cost?

295.    An album costs 64 rubles, and a notebook is 8 times cheaper. How much does the notebook cost?

### Composite Problems on Finding the Sum

296.    A muffin costs 56 rubles. It is 7 times more expensive than a bun. How much do the bun and the muffin together cost?

297.    Masha has 8 dollars, and Katya has 4 times more. How many dollars do the two girls have together?

298.    Petya has 36 euros, and Sergey has 6 times less. How many euros do the two boys have together?

299.    A newspaper costs 9 rubles. It is 8 times cheaper than a magazine. How much do the newspaper and the magazine together cost?

300.    A pot costs 24 euros. It is 8 times more expensive than a cup. How much do the pot and the cup together cost?

301.    A disc costs 2 pounds. It is 6 times cheaper than a book. How much do the disc and the book together cost?

302.    A frying pan costs 30 dollars. It is 10 times more expensive than a bowl. How much do the frying pan and the bowl together cost?

303.    Ella has 7 pounds, and Jeanne has 8 times more. How many pounds do the two girls have together?

304.    Kolya has 60 rubles, and Denis has 6 times less. How many rubles do the two boys have together?

305.    A blanket costs 6 euros. It is 3 times cheaper than a quilt. How much do the blanket and the quilt together cost?

306.    A pastry costs 49 rubles. It is 7 times more expensive than a candy. How much do the pastry and the candy together cost?

307.    A pencil case costs 3 pounds. It is 8 times cheaper than a backpack. How much do the pencil case and the backpack together cost?

308.    A pack of juice costs 3 dollars. It is 6 times cheaper than a box of chocolates. How much do the pack of juice and the box of chocolates together cost?

309.    A box of colored pencils costs 72 rubles. It is 8 times more expensive than a pen. How much do the box of colored pencils and the pen together cost?

310.    A small pillow costs 4 euros. It is 3 times cheaper than a large pillow. How much do the small and large pillows together cost?

### Problems on Converting to Unity

311.    2 pastries cost 18 rubles. How much do 5 pastries cost?

312.    3 buns cost 24 rubles. How many buns can you buy for 64 rubles?

313.    3 sets of markers cost 9 euros. How much do 7 sets cost?

314.    4 pastries cost 16 pounds. How many pastries can you buy for 24 pounds?

315.    5 T-shirts cost 40 dollars. How much do 9 T-shirts cost?

316.    6 candies cost 42 rubles. How many candies can you buy for 56 rubles?

317.    9 servings of ice cream cost 27 euros. How many servings of ice cream can you buy for 12 euros?

318.    7 cups of tea cost 70 rubles. How much do 3 cups of tea cost?

319.    8 shirts cost 64 pounds. How many shirts can you buy for 24 pounds?

320.    6 clothespins cost 54 rubles. How much do 5 clothespins cost?

321.    9 movie tickets cost 63 pounds. How many tickets can you buy for 49 pounds?

322.    7 mugs cost 28 dollars. How much do 5 mugs cost?

323.    9 identical souvenirs cost 81 euros. How many such souvenirs can you buy for 36 euros?

324.    4 tubes of toothpaste cost 8 dollars. How much do 7 tubes cost?

325.    7 bowls cost 35 euros. How many bowls can you buy for 45 euros?

### Composite Problems on Finding the Minuend, Subtrahend, and Difference

326.    There were 6 boys, each having 10 euros. They spent 24 euros on lunch. How much money do they have left?

327.    There were 80 rubles in small change on the table. 7 girls took 5 rubles each. How much money is left on the table?

328.    4 people took 10 dollars each from the wallet, and there were 34 dollars left. How much money was in the wallet initially?

329.    Katie had 90 pounds. She bought 6 souvenirs, each costing 8 pounds. How much money does she have left?

330.    5 people had 6 euros each. They bought a cake for 14 euros. How much money do they have left?

331.    Nadia bought 6 kg of beef at 7 pounds per kilogram, and she has 25 pounds left. How many pounds did Nadia have initially?

332.    Kostya bought 7 T-shirts, each costing 8 euros, and he has 33 euros left. How much money did Kostya have initially?

333.    Max had 85 dollars. He bought 9 chocolates, each costing 4 dollars. How much money does Max have left?

334.    Roma found 7 coins, each worth 10 rubles, and bought a magazine for 54 rubles. How much money does Roma have left?

335.    Grisha had 69 pounds. He bought 6 toys, each costing 7 pounds. How much money does Grisha have left?

336.    Marina bought 4 scarves, each costing 9 dollars, and has 37 dollars left. How much money did Marina have initially?

337.    There were 9 children, each having 9 euros. They bought a gift for their friend for 75 euros. How much money is left?

338.    Natasha bought 7 pens, each costing 8 rubles, and has 15 rubles left. How much money did Natasha have initially?

339.    Kolya had 55 dollars. He bought 4 movie tickets, each costing 8 dollars. How much money does Kolya have left?

340.    There were 6 people, each having 6 euros. They bought a bouquet of flowers for 21 euros. How much money is left?

### Composite Problems on Comparative and Multiplicative Comparison

341.    Kolya has 7 dollars, and Vadik has 5 times more. How many more dollars does Vadik have than Kolya?

342.    Masha has 36 euros, and Vika has 4 times less. How many fewer euros does Vika have than Masha?

343.    A toy car costs 6 dollars, and a teddy bear is 7 times more expensive. How much cheaper is the toy car than the teddy bear?

344.    A cake costs 15 euros, and a pastry is 5 times cheaper. How much more expensive is the cake than the pastry?

345.    Roma has 9 pounds, and Volodya has 45 pounds more. By how many times does Volodya have more pounds than Roma?

346.    Dasha has 48 euros, and Nadya has 42 euros less. By how many times does Nadya have fewer euros than Dasha?

347.    A newspaper costs 8 rubles, and a magazine is 56 rubles more expensive. By how many times is the newspaper cheaper than the magazine?

348.    A backpack costs 72 dollars, and a set of paints is 64 dollars cheaper. By how many times is the backpack more expensive than the set of paints?

349.    Pasha has 45 pounds, and Grisha has 5 times less. How much more pounds does Pasha have than Grisha?

350.    A kilogram of potatoes costs 9 rubles, and a kilogram of apples is 7 times more expensive. How much cheaper is a kilogram of potatoes than a kilogram of apples?

351.    A scarf costs 6 euros, and jeans are 9 times more expensive. How much more expensive are the jeans than the scarf?

352.    A cupcake costs 49 rubles, and a bun is 7 times cheaper. How much cheaper is the bun than the cupcake?

353.    Dima has 4 pounds, and Nikita has 28 pounds more. By how many times does Dima have fewer pounds than Nikita?

354.    Valya has 42 dollars, and Katya has 35 dollars less. How much more dollars does Valya have than Katya?

355.    A greeting card costs 36 rubles, and a sticker is 30 rubles cheaper. By how many times is the sticker cheaper than the greeting card?

### Problems on Finding the Sum of Two Products

356.    Bought 4 pastries for 8 rubles each and 1 pack of juice for 34 rubles. How much money was spent?

357.    Bought 5 newspapers for 10 rubles each and 1 newspaper for 25 rubles. How much money was spent?

358.    Bought 7 candies for 7 rubles each and 2 candies for 9 rubles each. How much money was spent?

359.    Bought 5 cups for 3 dollars each and the same number of cups for 5 dollars each. How much money was spent?

360.    Bought 8 cakes for 4 euros each and 3 cakes for 5 euros each. How much money was spent?

361.    Egor has 10 dollars in each hand, and Slava has 8 dollars in each hand. How much money do they have in total?

362.    Bought 6 tickets for 9 dollars each and 5 tickets for 7 dollars each. How much money was spent?

363.    Bought 7 souvenirs for 6 pounds each and the same number of souvenirs for 4 pounds each. How much money was spent?

364.    4 boys have 6 pounds each, and 5 girls have 9 pounds each. How much money do they have in total?

365.    Bought 5 envelopes for 6 rubles each and 7 envelopes for 9 rubles each. How much money was spent?

366.    Bought 4 bottles of shampoo for 8 euros each and 6 bottles of shower gel for 9 euros each. How much money was spent?

367.    6 people have 8 dollars each, and 4 people have 9 dollars each. How much money do they have in total?

368.    Bought 6 saucers for 4 dollars each and the same number of plates for 6 dollars each. How much money was spent?

369.    Bought 8 pieces of soap for 3 euros each and the same number of toothpaste tubes for 5 euros each. How much money was spent?

370.    Bought 6 cans of canned food for 6 dollars each and 4 boxes of candy for 8 dollars each. How much money all together?

### Problems on Finding the Unknown Addend

371.    Bought 6 pens for 8 rubles each and 9 pencils. How much did 1 pencil cost if the total purchase cost 75 rubles?

372.    Bought 5 pastries for 4 hryvnias each and 7 portions of ice cream. How much did 1 portion of ice cream cost if the total purchase cost 34 hryvnias?

373.    Bought 8 books for 8 dollars each and 5 discs. How much did 1 disc cost if the total purchase cost 79 dollars?

374.    Bought 9 souvenirs for 6 euros each and 4 albums. How much did 1 album cost if the total purchase cost 94 euros?

375.    Bought 3 vases for 9 dollars each and 8 plates. How much did 1 plate cost if the total purchase cost 59 dollars?

376.    Bought 6 pastries for 8 rubles each and 5 buns. How much did 1 bun cost if the total purchase cost 93 rubles?

377.    Bought 4 plush dogs for 8 pounds each and the same number of plush rabbits. How much did 1 plush rabbit cost if the total purchase cost 56 pounds?

378.    Bought 3 kilograms of apples for 6 euros each and 5 kilograms of pears. How much did 1 kilogram of pears cost if the total purchase cost 62 euros?

379.    Bought 8 notebooks for 3 hryvnias each and 7 albums. How much did 1 album cost if the total purchase cost 52 hryvnias?

380.    Bought 10 bowls for 4 dollars each and 9 cups. How much did 1 cup cost if the total purchase cost 67 dollars?

381.    Bought 5 robes for 8 dollars each and the same number of blankets. How much did 1 blanket cost if the total purchase cost 75 dollars?

382.    Bought 6 kilograms of apples for 3 pounds each and 9 kilograms of oranges. How much did 1 kilogram of oranges cost if the total purchase cost 36 pounds?

383.    Bought 7 stickers for 7 rubles each and 6 envelopes. How much did 1 envelope cost if the total purchase cost 85 rubles?

384.    Bought 4 packs of pills for 8 dollars each and 7 packs of plasters. How much did 1 pack of plaster cost if the total purchase cost 46 dollars?

385.    Bought 6 kilograms of cherries for 6 hryvnias each and 5 kilograms of sour cherries. How much did 1 kilogram of sour cherries cost if the total purchase cost 61 hryvnias?

### Composite Problems on Dividing the Sum by a Number and Numbers by the Sum

386.    Bought an equal number of newspapers and magazines. The newspaper cost 2 hryvnias, and the magazine cost 5 hryvnias. How many newspapers and magazines were bought if the total purchase cost 35 hryvnias?

387.    Bought an equal number of candies and gingerbreads. The candy cost 3 rubles, and the gingerbread cost 6 rubles. How many candies and gingerbreads were bought if the total purchase cost 81 rubles?

388.    Bought an equal number of cups and plates. The cup cost 4 euros, and the plate cost 6 euros. How many cups and plates were bought if the total purchase cost 60 euros?

389.    There were 43 dollars and 21 dollars on the table. They were divided equally among 8 boys. How much money did each boy get?

390.    Kolya had 24 rubles in one pocket and 39 rubles in another. Kolya bought 7 candies with all the money. How much did 1 candy cost?

391.    Masha had 15 dollars, and Katya had 17 dollars. They bought pastries for all the money, and each pastry cost 4 dollars. How many pastries did they buy?

392.    Bought an equal number of pastries and buns. The pastry cost 4 hryvnias, and the bun cost the same. How many pastries and buns were bought if the total purchase cost 40 hryvnias?

393.    Bought an equal number of pastries and ice cream portions. The pastry cost 5 euros, and the ice cream portion cost 2 euros. How many pastries and ice cream portions were bought if the total purchase cost 28 euros?

394.    Bought an equal number of candy boxes and cakes. The candy box cost 4 pounds, and the cake cost 6 pounds. How many candy boxes and cakes were bought if the total purchase cost 30 pounds?

395.    Dasha had 28 dollars, and Christina had 32 dollars. They bought 10 discs with all the money. How much did 1 disc cost?

396.    Klava had 17 pounds, and Nonna had 19 pounds. They bought 4 toys with all the money. How much did 1 toy cost?

397.    Dad gave 16 pounds, and mom gave 11 pounds. The money was divided equally among several children, and each child received 9 pounds. How many children were there?

398.    Bought an equal number of tea packages and coffee cans. The tea package cost 4 pounds, and the coffee can cost 5 pounds. How many tea packages and coffee cans were bought if the total purchase cost 72 pounds?

399.    Bought an equal number of small and large pillows. The small pillow cost 3 dollars, and the large pillow cost 5 dollars. How many small and large pillows were

bought if the total purchase cost 48 dollars?

400.    Bought an equal number of bus and train tickets. The bus ticket cost 2 hryvnias, and the train ticket cost 3 hryvnias. How many bus and train tickets were bought if the total purchase cost 25 hryvnias?

### Simple Problems on Finding the Price, Quantity, and Cost

401.    One button costs 6 rubles. How much do 10 buttons cost?

402.    7 balloons cost 35 rubles. How much does 1 balloon cost?

403.    A hairband costs 2 hryvnias. How much do 4 hairbands cost?

404.    9 screws cost 36 rubles. How much does 1 screw cost?

405.    A cup costs 4 hryvnias. How many cups can you buy for 28 hryvnias?

406.    8 newspapers cost 80 rubles. How much does 1 newspaper cost?

407.    A box of chocolates costs 7 pounds. How much do 6 boxes cost?

408.    5 T-shirts cost 40 euros. How much does 1 T-shirt cost?

409.    An envelope costs 7 rubles. How much do 9 envelopes cost?

410.    A sticker costs 8 rubles. How many stickers can you buy for 48 rubles?

411.    A toy car costs 7 pounds. How many toy cars can you buy for 49 pounds?

412.    3 portions of ice cream cost 15 hryvnias. How much does 1 portion cost?

413.    A notebook costs 4 hryvnias. How much do 9 notebooks cost?

414.    A toy costs 10 euros. How many toys can you buy for 90 euros?

415.    A kilogram of pears costs 5 dollars. How much do 6 kilograms of pears cost?