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Decimal Word Problems (Two-Step)

Objective: I can solve two-step word problems involving addition and subtraction of decimals.

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Solve the following word problems.
Jasmine has a ribbon that is 12.6 metres long. Sharon has a ribbon that is 3.8 metres shorter. What is the total length of the two ribbons?


Jug A has 2.17 litres of water and Jug B has 0.79 litres less water than Jug A. Find the total volume of water in the two jugs.


A coconut tree is 7.6 metres tall and a mango tree is 3.4 metres shorter than the coconut tree. Find the total height of the two trees.


Sack A contains 32.5 kg of potatoes and Sack B contains 3.7 kg more potatoes than Sack A. Find the total mass of potatoes in the two sacks.


Rebecca saved $175.35 in June and $132.50 in July. Then she bought a bicycle for $195.80. How much of her savings from June and July was left?


Tania’s mass was 46.9 kg and Eliza’s mass was 51.2 kg. Six months later, Tania gained 1.8 kg, but Eliza lost 2.1 kg. Find their new total mass.


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