**Money**

Money is the means of paying for something or buying something [coins or notes].

**Keywords for Addition**

**Keywords for Subtraction**

**Let’s learn this with the help of examples.**

**Addition:**

**Question:** Jensen spent £200 on rent of the house, £80 on groceries, and £150 on bus fares. What is the total money spent by him?

Amount of money spent on Rent = £200

Amount of money on grocery = £80

Amount of money spent on bus fares = £150

Here, the word “total” suggests to “add” the amounts.

Total money = £200 + £80 + £ 150

= £ 430

**Subtraction:**

**Question:** Macy wants to buy a toy car worth £27. She has a note for £50. How much change did she get from the shopkeeper after buying the toy car?

**Explanation:** Amount of money with Macy = £ 50

Amount of money she spent on toy car = £ 27

The keyword here is “**change**”.

Amount of money left = £ 50 - £ 27

= £ 23

**Let’s try a question:**

Question: Ava saved £55 in the month of January and £75 in the month of February. How much money was saved altogether in two months?

Answer:

Amount of money saved in the month of January = £55

Amount of money saved in the month of February = £75

The total amount of money saved =£55 + £75

= £130

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