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Math Word Problems
Welcome to the math word problems worksheets page at Math-Drills.com! On this page, you will find Math word and story problems worksheets with single- and multi-step solutions on a variety of math topics including addition, multiplication, subtraction, division and other math topics. It is usually a good idea to ensure students already have a strategy or two in place to complete the math operations involved in a particular question. For example, students may need a way to figure out what 7 × 8 is or have previously memorized the answer before you give them a word problem that involves finding the answer to 7 × 8.
There are a number of strategies used in solving math word problems; if you don't have a favorite, try the Math-Drills.com problem-solving strategy:
- Question : Understand what the question is asking. What operation or operations do you need to use to solve this question? Ask for help to understand the question if you can't do it on your own.
- Estimate : Use an estimation strategy, so you can check your answer for reasonableness in the evaluate step. Try underestimating and overestimating, so you know what range the answer is supposed to be in. Be flexible in rounding numbers if it will make your estimate easier.
- Strategize : Choose a strategy to solve the problem. Will you use mental math, manipulatives, or pencil and paper? Use a strategy that works for you. Save the calculator until the evaluate stage.
- Calculate : Use your strategy to solve the problem.
- Evaluate : Compare your answer to your estimate. If you under and overestimated, is the answer in the correct range. If you rounded up or down, does the answer make sense (e.g. is it a little less or a little more than the estimate). Also check with a calculator.
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Word problems are usually one of the more difficult types of exercises for students to get comfortable with. This is because we get our students use to structure and understanding what is expected of them. This takes them completely out of their comfort zone. Word problems lend themselves to be critical thinking exercises that rely on perception and to a lesser degree language arts skills. I find it helpful to spend a great deal of time teaching students to decode these types of problems to understand what is being asked of them. Then another good helping of having them recognize keywords within that context. Story based problems are all the rage at all grade levels. This is rightly so because this is the type of math most of these young people will do when they enter the workforce. The topics that you will find below are chock full of interesting exercises for your students. So get ready to enjoy some strange scenarios in these lesson and worksheet series.
- Absolute Value - We look at situation based problems that matter how far you range away from the origin.
- Addition (Up to 20) - We look at story-based situation that involve some form of a sum up to a total of twenty.
- Addition and Subtraction - Basic operations can be spotted in these story problems and we show you how.
- Area and Perimeter - We look at various methods to determine the outcome of these problems.
- Area of Rectangles Problems - We go through various ways to identify length and width and we find their product.
- Area of Squares - Perfect for when you are planning on tiling a floor.
- Beginner Multiplication and Division - We show you how to identify keywords that trigger operations.
- Data Table - There is a mound of data to sift through here.
- Decimals - We show you how to align these values and where to place them.
- Division of Whole Numbers By Fractions - These often give students some trouble. We show you how to tackle them quickly.
- Division of Fractions by Whole Numbers - We introduce a technique that can quickly get this done for you.
- Division (3rd Grade) - These problem hinge on simple steps and methods of operation.
- Dollars and Cents - Common problems you would come across when you are shopping.
- Elapsed Time - We look to figure out how long something takes place.
- Frontend Estimation - This will help you make quick guess as to end values.
- Generate Measurement Data - A story is in place with a data chart for you to examine and learn from.
- Graphing - These problems have use read, interpret, or make decisions based on graphs.
- Gratuities and Commissions, Fees, and Tax - Learn how to quickly calculate these values.
- Indirect Length - Find out how to find measures of length of odd objects or odd placements.
- Integers - We examine how to determine the types of operations that are needed to get the job done.
- Length - Get acquainted with the types of units that are required and how to set them up.
- Length In Units - The focus here are the types of units that are used.
- Liquid Volume and Mass - The metric system is funny with how these measures are calculated.
- Markups and Markdowns - Learn how to quickly make these adjustments on the fly.
- Measurement Distance, Time, Liquid Volume - This makes for a nice review section for most aspects of measurement.
- Measures of Length - What units are involved and how do you convert between those measures?
- Mixed Basic Operations - The goal here is to learn to spot which operations are involved in the word problems.
- Multistep Ratio and Percent - Learn how to use these by practical uses.
- Multi-step - We show you a way to keep it focused and simple for you.
- Multiplication - All of these problems require some form of product to be calculated.
- Multiply or Divide - We show you how to spot the operation required.
- One and Two Step Addition and Subtraction (Up to 100) - This is usually the first step towards more complex problems.
- Order of Operations - First you will determine the operations that need to take place, then you will need to figure out which operation should take place when.
- Percentages - We apply percentage skills to all types of different situations.
- Perimeter of Polygons - Surprisingly, this is a very useful topic.
- Probability - How like is it that something will take place?
- Products of Fractions and Mixed Numbers - I feel a little cross multiplication is headed your way here.
- Products of Fractions and Whole Numbers in - Just remember that any whole number can be made into a fraction by placing it over one.
- Proportional Relationships - You will learn how to determine the proportion and use it to your advantage.
- Pythagorean Theorem - You would not imagine how applicable this is to all different types of problems.
- Real Life Middle School Math - All of these word problems would be found in your daily walk of life.
- Recognize Area - How do you determine those missing plots of area?
- Scientific Notation - These are common problems you will come across in a science lab situation.
- Simple Algebra - This serves as an introduction to it all.
- Square Root - Contractor come across these types of problems every day.
- Simple Subtraction - What is the difference? Get it?
- Sum and Difference Fraction - We work mostly with like denominators, but not always.
- Solving Systems - You will see how these types of problems are applicable to the planning process.
- Time - All types of different ways to determine measures of time.
- Visual Sum and Difference - These are for younger students.
- Word Problems Leading to Equations - We write our own math to explain an abstract concept.
- Word Problems Leading to Inequalities - Bringing these to words can be difficult or easy, your choice.
- Word Problems That Require Equations or Inequalities - You will need to diagnose each and every situation.
- Word Problems That Use All Operations - It's all about action words in these sentences.
Tips for Approaching Math Word Problems
For many students, solving math word problems is a struggle. However, they need to understand that word problems are just a jumble of words that explains a problem. However, you can teach them how to solve word problems with just a few tips which are given below.
Compile Given Information - It is helpful to have students get in the habit of writing down the data which consists of the things that are given in the problem.
Read Thoroughly and Highlight - You must ensure that you read the problem thoroughly before you start doing them. If possible, make them reread it. Any words that stick out that may indicate a math operation have them highlight by either circling, underlining, or even using a highlighter pen.
What Is It Asking? - Determine the goal of the problem by writing down the things which are required in the problem. There are often things present in the problem that are not necessary. I tell students to cross that out. I also have them write down what the problem is looking for such as units or simply write down what it is looking for followed by a question mark.
Determine the Operations Needed - Students should be on high alert for keywords that give away what the order of calculations is required. Take a look below for further help on this. Once you determine the operation, write an equation or expression to help you solve it. Now, figure out the equation in which the problem is about and compare the given and unknown values. To learn how to solve word problems in the future, they need to remember the previous practices extensively.
Keywords and Concepts to Look for In Word Problems
When students first start working with word problems in class they are easily overwhelmed. They will often say that they were not aware that they needed to read in math class. If you show students how to digest these problems by breaking them into smaller parts, it becomes easier for them much quicker. We encourage teachers to help students first try to decipher the concepts that are in place and then look for keywords that may confirm those concepts. This leads us to understand what types of operations you will need to work through to solve the problem. The basic concepts that you will see in most story based word problems include: joining problems, separate or splitting problems, part-whole problems, and basic comparison problems. Joining problem types often ask us to either add or multiply. The keywords that are often found in these types of problems are, outside of the obvious, both, combine, increase, together, total, total, triple, and twice. Separate problems often are subtraction based problems they ask you to break apart groups to some extent. The keywords that will back you up here are the words or phrases: change, difference, fewer, how many, less, lost, reduce, remain, or take away. Part-whole problems often have you compare and individual groups against one another or total them, in this case they are the next progression from the other two. These types of problems often are accompanied by the phrase: how many. The comparison problem type is often the most abstract and give students a high level of difficulty. They require students to understand the nature of relationships between values. Students are asked to describe that relationship based on conditions that are presented to them. The more experience you get with this, the easier it will become for you.
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Even though you will find a wide variety of problem types, in this set of word problem worksheets, the same basic strategy to solving these problems applies and works well. The first step is to read the problem at least twice and on the second pass, underline any words that may indicate a math operation. Words such as: gain, decrease, total, raised are the types of words that we are looking for. The words almost always are verbs within the sentences that they are located. The next step is to write a math expression or equation to model what is set forth in the sentence. Make sure to use different symbols to model each variable and check that it matches the sentence. The last step is to either solve the equation or input the values indicated in the sentence into your equation. You will find just about every type of problem and situation you could dream up on the worksheets that you will find as you scroll down. We have word problems ranging from the very simple task of operations to advance math-based problem types.
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Word problems worksheet categories, click any of the images or words below to print out those sheets., addition word problems.
The common words we are looking for to indicate this operation are: sum, both, more, combined, and together.
Most of these problems will require to write an equation to model the situation and then substitute a value into the equation to solve it.
Basic Word Problems
This is where we introduce the concept of these to kids.
You will commonly find these problem types when you are starting to work on statistics and probability. They make for nice riddles.
Decimal Word Problem Worksheets
Every problem here leads to values that include decimal points. You will work many values of currency.
Division Word Problems
In most cases you will need to read into the context of the problem to identify this operation taken place.
Elementary Word Problems Worksheets
These problems follow a basic rhythm that is meant to increase student success.
Exponential Word Problems
These are slightly more complex problems that exhibit large levels of growth or decay.
These approach many different situations and are more straight forward than you would think.
Geometry Word Problems Worksheets
Of course, there are a large number of geometric figures running in on this.
High School Word Problems
These make really good practice for the math SAT portion.
Holiday Word Problem Worksheets
Everything is related to a wide range of nationally celebrated holidays.
In most cases you will be asked to identify or create an integer based on your situation.
Financial math is important as you get older. We show you how to calculate how you owe or are owed with these problems.
Kindergarten Word Problems
We start them off young with these story problems. We try to make each problem fun and lively for students.
This line of questioning holds a firm grasp in finance-based problems.
If you are a contractor or home builder, these are the problem you will see every day at work.
Middle School Word Problems
We help students learn to lean into these problems and make them dance.
Mixed Addition and Subtraction
We offer a series of questions that can go in either direction based solely on the terms that are present in the sentences.
Money and Currency
These problems include currency to some extent. Students can directly relate to the use of money.
Multiplication Word Problem Worksheets
Common terms and phrases that give this operation away in a sentence include: out of, equal pieces, split, and average.
Negative Number Word Problems
This is where negative numbers and integer operations become so important.
Percents and Percentage
This is a really cool series that our authors have put together for you. You will see!
Perimeter and Area
We show you how to tackle unequal or non-uniform geometric shapes by breaking them into pieces.
Polynomial Word Problems
You will be breaking down expressions and work to make sense of them.
We continually work on measuring the likelihood of an event occurring.
These are very relevant to describe and understand speed and unit rates.
Pythagorean Theorem Word Problems
Yes, even triangles get some love from us in this section.
This brings us to the age-old word problem: A Train leaves from New Mexico and another from Connecticut, where will they meet? Something along those lines, I may be a bit rusty.
This is how they make maps and blueprints. This is also how you learn to interpret them.
The common words we are looking for to indicate this operation are: left over, difference, left, fewer, and reduced.
Sum Based Word Problems
Similar to addition, just a form that is concentrated in one area.
We will explore gaps in time and learn to calculate many different measures with it.
While these seem to be rooted in theoretical math, there is a wide range of applications of these skills in many aspects of engineering.
Volume Word Problems
You will get creative with different ways to find out how area something takes up.
How To Solve Math Word Problems
Many children have difficulty with math word problems. It's challenging to decipher the hidden mathematical expressions from an English passage. However, by knowing what to look for in the passage and what different labels and vocabulary mean, you can easily formulate the necessary math equation to solve the problem.
Word problems are usually one of the most difficult tasks for students. They are interdisciplinary problems that require good reading skills, solid math identification skills, and organization skills. Students first need to identify what is being asked of them before they can begin to even understand where to begin. Many students approach math by memorizing math facts. Those children have a tough time identifying math concepts or specifically phrases. It is always important for students to look for the phrases that indicate what operation or concept that needs to be used to solve this problem. Students that have a short attention span or difficulty paying attention to detail usually struggle here. It is very helpful to breakdown the individual questions.
To solve math word problems, start by reading the problem carefully from start to finish to determine what's being asked. Then, locate and highlight pertinent info, strategize how you’ll approach the problem, make a math sentence, and start solving. Once you have the answer, double-check it.
In the following sections, I've broken down each of these steps to provide more detail on solving word problems in mathematics.
1. Read the Problem From Start to Finish
When solving math word problems, many students just pick out the numbers provided in the passage, apply a mathematical operation, and come to a solution.
This method can accidentally solve some basic problems, but it's not the right way and won't work with more complex problems.
As such, it’s important to thoroughly read the problem to understand what it's asking.
2. Understand What Information Is Required
To solve a math word problem, you must first understand what it wants.
Each word problem describes a situation and then asks a question. However, some problems can be tricky where they ask the question first and then describe the situation.
As such, first, figure out what the problem is asking. What information does it want from you?
3. Locate and Highlight All Information That's Provided
Once you know what the word problem wants you to figure out, the next step is to find and gather all the information provided in the problem.
A math word problem will have all the necessary information you need to solve the provided question.
Some of the information will be plain numbers, and the other part will contain phrases telling you whether you should add, subtract, divide, or multiply them. It’s also possible that the word problem will include unnecessary information to throw you off.
You can later figure out which information is unnecessary and which information you need. But to start, highlight all the information available at your disposal.
4. Strategize How You'll Approach the Problem
Now that you know what the problem wants as well as what information is important, it’s time to strategize how you'll use this information to reach the solution.
That said, each problem is different and will require a different approach.
Figuring out a strategy will become easier with practice.
Start by drawing or doodling diagrams. Visualizing what the problem is saying can help you brainstorm how to use the necessary information.
5. Make a Math Sentence
Now that you know what the problem wants and how to approach it, it’s finally time to create the math sentence/expression that represents the problem.
When doing this, it helps to know what phrases and keywords signal which mathematical operations to use.
I've highlighted some of them in the list below:
You need to do "addition" if you see these words:
- Increased by
You need to do “subtraction” if you see these words:
- Difference between
- How much more
- How much less
- Decreased by
- Greater than
You need to do multiplication” if you see these words:
- Thrice (x3)
- Increased by a factor
- ___ Times more
You need to do “division” if you see these words:
- Divided equally
- Equal pieces
6. Start Solving
Once you have the mathematical expression ready, it’s time to start solving it.
Don’t be in a hurry. Approach it like a simplification problem where you solve it one step at a time. This ensures you don’t end up making any silly mistakes.
7. Check the Solution
After working on the mathematical expression and coming to a solution, it’s time to check if it’s correct or not.
To do this, you can try doing the opposite operations of what you used and see if you come back to the original mathematical expression.
Alternatively, you can also consult your teacher or the answers page on your exercise book to see if the solution you got is correct or not.
To solve math word problems, start by carefully reading the passage to understand what it wants to know and what information it has provided.
Next, using the provided information, strategize how you’ll approach the problem. It often helps to visualize the problem by drawing or doodling diagrams.
Once you know what to do, make the math sentence and start solving it. After reaching the solution, check it to see if it’s correct.
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Read, explore, and solve over 1000 math word problems based on addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, fraction, decimal, ratio and more. These word problems help children hone their reading and analytical skills; understand the real-life application of math operations and other math topics. Print our exclusive colorful theme-based worksheets for a fun-filled teaching experience! Use the answer key provided below each worksheet to assist children in verifying their solutions.
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Addition Word Problems
Have 'total' fun by adding up a wide range of addends displayed in these worksheets! Simple real-life scenarios form the basis of these addition word problem worksheets.
Subtraction Word Problems
Learning can be a huge 'take away'! Find the difference between the numbers provided in each subtraction word problem. Large number subtraction up to six-digits can also be found here.
Addition and Subtraction Word Problems
Bring on 'A' game with our addition and subtraction word problems! Read, analyze, and solve real-life scenarios based on adding and subtracting numbers as required.
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Get 'product'ive with over 100 highly engaging multiplication word problems! Find the product and use the answer key to verify your solution. Free worksheets are also available.
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"Divide and conquer" this huge collection of division word problems. Exclusive worksheets are available for the division problem leaving no remainder and with the remainder.
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Perform various mathematical operations to solve the umpteen number of word problems based on like and unlike fractions, proper and improper fractions, and mixed numbers.
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Let's get to the 'point'! Add, subtract, multiply, and divide to solve these decimal word problems. A wide selection of printable worksheets is available in this section. Use the answer key to verify your answers.
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Double up your success ratio with these sets of word problems, which cover a multitude of topics like express in the ratio, reducing the ratio, part-to-part ratio, part-to-whole ratio and more.
Venn Diagram Word Problems - Two Sets
Help your children improve their data analysis skills with these well-researched Venn diagram word problem worksheets. Find the union, intersection, complement and difference of two sets.
Venn Diagram Word Problems - Three Sets
These Venn diagram word problems provide ample practice in real-life application of Venn diagram involving three sets. The worksheets containing the universal set are also included.
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The printable worksheets here feature exercises consisting of one-step, two-step and multi-step equation word problems involving fractions, decimals and integers. MCQs to test the knowledge acquired have also been included.
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Seasonal & Holiday Word Problems
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- Back-to-School Time Word Problems
- Back-to-School Time!
- Fall Three Number Addition Word Problems
- Thanksgiving – How Much Money?
- Thanksgiving Addition Word Problems
- Christmas Two-Digit Word Problems
- Winter Money Word Problems
- Winter Subtraction Word Problems
- Easter Word Problems
- Spring Money Word Problems
- Summer Money Word Problems
- Summer Time!
- Christmas Word Problems – Extra Information
- Chinese New Year Word Problems
- Earth Day Word Problems
- Fourth of July Word Problems
General Word Problems Practice
- Math Story - General Sherman Tree
- Math Story – Bald Eagles
- Word Problems - Adding & Subtracting up to 100
- Number Pattern Word Problems new!
- Whole Number Multistep Word Problems new!
- Word Problems (Addition and Subtraction)
- Word Problems (Multiplication and Division)
- Minecraft-Themed Word Problems
- Mixed Operation Word Problems - Practice #1
- Mixed Operation Word Problems - Practice #2
- Mixed Operation Word Problems - Practice #3
- Mixed Operation Word Problems - Practice #4
- Mixed Operation Word Problems - Practice #5
- Mixed Operation Word Problems - Practice #6
- Mixed Operation Word Problems Quiz
- Word Problem Strategies
Middle School & High School Word Problem Worksheets
Grades 6 - 8 word problems.
- Percent Word Problems
- Percent Problems: Sales Tax
- Percent Problems: Markups and Markdowns
- Percent Problems: Tips & Commission
- Sale! - Finding Sale Prices new!
- Rational Number Word Problems
- Positive and Negative Numbers Word Problems
- Understanding Ratios Word Problems
- Probability of Chance Events Word Problems
- Grade 6 Short Practice #1
- Grade 6 Short Practice #2
- Grade 6 Short Practice #3
- Grade 6 Short Practice #4
- Grade 6 Short Practice #5
- Mean, Median, and Mode Word Problems
- Winter Olympics Word Problems
Grades 9 - 12 Word Problems
- Graphing Word Problems
- Systems of Linear Equations (Word Problems)
- Systems of Equations - Word Problems #2
- Systems of Equations - Word Problems #3
- Linear Equation Word Problems
- Linear Equation Word Problems, M/C
- Algebraic Expressions - Word Problems new!
- Translating Word Problems into Equations
- Sine, Cosine, and Tangent- Word Problems
- Quadratic Equations - Word Problems
- Vectors - Word Problems new!
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Word Problems Worksheets: Free Printable PDF Resources
Mastering word problems means mastering math in a practical way for life these appealing sets of word problems will help students develop deductive thinking skills to solve all kinds of real-life problems. they will love discovering the keys to unlocking word problems presented in unique ways and will hone math thinking skills that will serve them well., word problems.
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Word Problems Mixed Math PDF Workbook
Word Problems Mixed Math PDF Workbook (all teacher worksheets - large PDF)
Sixth Grade Word Problems Challenge Book
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Fourth Grade Word Problems Book
Word Problems and Mixed Math Review Worksheets and Workbook
Second Grade Word Problems Book
Help your students master math skills with word problems.
Printable PDF math word problem worksheets for teachers and parents to use in the classroom or at home. These word problem worksheets are a great resource for helping reinforce math skills. Math is challenging for students because it's difficult to connect abstract concepts with daily life. Word problems are an excellent way to introduce and reinforce math skills such as addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. Because word problems are applied math, they provide a useful way to learn and reinforce basic concepts. Eventually, students can work their way up to more complex math problems, which are skills required for standardized tests. One of the benefits of word problems for helping kids learn math is that they promote creative approaches to problem-solving. By learning to solve real-world problems with math, students use logic, visualization, and language skills to reach a solution.
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First Grade Word Problems Book
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Fun Word Problems PDF Page
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Multiple-Step and Challenging Word Problems for Smart Kids!
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Math Worksheets with Word Problems for Every Grade and Skill Level
On this page, you'll find worksheets for 1st to 6th Grade, Middle School, and High School. EdHelper's huge library of math worksheets, math puzzles, and word problems is a resource for teachers and parents. Bringing together words and numbers can engage students in a new way. Word problems are stories that provide concrete connections between math and the world around us, making math more interesting and relevant than it may have been with numbers alone. The ability to solve word problems is a skill that students will use for the rest of their lives.