# Adding On to Positive and Negative Numbers

In this worksheet, students add a number on to positive and negative numbers.

Key stage:  KS 3

Curriculum topic:   Number

Curriculum subtopic:   Use Four Operations for All Numbers

Difficulty level:

### QUESTION 1 of 10

This worksheet is about adding something on to positive and negative numbers.

Example

181 + 431 =
 594

−464 + 445 =
 −19

Remember that -464 + 445 is the same as 445 - 464

Work out the following.

−7 + 40 =

Work out the following.

260 + 162 =

Work out the following.

−47 + 30 =

Work out the following.

−27 + 37 =

Work out the following.

250 + 399 =

Work out the following.

−255 + 436 =

Work out the following.

446 + 217 =

Work out the following.

-2 + 42 =

Work out the following.

−380 + 261 =

Work out the following.

278 + 133 =
• Question 1

Work out the following.

−7 + 40 =
33
• Question 2

Work out the following.

260 + 162 =
422
• Question 3

Work out the following.

−47 + 30 =
-17
• Question 4

Work out the following.

−27 + 37 =
10
• Question 5

Work out the following.

250 + 399 =
649
• Question 6

Work out the following.

−255 + 436 =
181
• Question 7

Work out the following.

446 + 217 =
663
• Question 8

Work out the following.

-2 + 42 =
40
• Question 9

Work out the following.

−380 + 261 =
-119
• Question 10

Work out the following.

278 + 133 =
411
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