The DAV Class 4 Maths Book Solutions and **DAV Class 4 Maths Chapter 2 Worksheet 1 **Solutions of Addition and Subtraction offer comprehensive answers to textbook questions.

## DAV Class 4 Maths Ch 2 WS 1 Solutions

Question 1.

Add:

Answer:

65,949

Answer:

99,766

Question 2.

Add:

(a) 10,657; 35,101 and 33,333

Answer:

Arrange the numbers in column and then solve them.

(b) 25,762; 21,234 and 10,001

Answer:

(c) 68,293; 439 and 30,292

Answer:

(d) 42,738; 3,141 and 52,180

Answer:

(e) 333; 55,555 and 2,222

Answer:

(f) 554; 2,132 and 81,419

Answer:

Arrange the numbers in column and then solve them.

Question 3.

Arrange in columns and add.

(a) 3,53,175; 25,130 and 1,40,535

Answer:

(b) 8,20,015; 17,057 and 1,30,155

Answer:

(c) 2,535; 123 and 6,53,313

Answer:

(d) 444; 4,444; 4,44,444

Answer:

(e) 35,015; 253 and 77,893

Answer:

(f) 70,056; 4,38,295 and 6,666

Answer:

Question 4.

Find the sum of the largest number of four digits and the smallest number of five digits.

Answer:

Largest number of four digits = 9999

smallest number of five digits = 10000

Sum = 19999

### DAV Class 4 Maths Chapter 2 Worksheet 1 Notes

- The numbers which we add are called addends.

Example, 2 + 3 = 6. Here, 2 and 3 are addends. - During addition, first we add ones, then tens, then hundreds, then thousands, then ten thousands and lastly lakhs.
- In addition if we change the order of addends, then also the sum of addends remain the same.
- When we add zero to a number, the sum is the number itself.
- Minuend is the number from which we subtract. Subtrahend is the number to be subtracted and the result or answer of subtraction is known as difference.

Example,

- When we cannot subtract a larger number from the smaller number then we borrow a number from its corresponding place value.
- To check the difference whether it is correct or not we add subtrahend and the difference which should be equal to minuend.
- When we subtract zero from a number, we get the number itself.

**Review Exercise**

Let us solve some problems.

Question 1.

Add.

(a) 5,310 and 440

Answer:

(b) 1,352; 531 and 296

Answer:

(c) 2,135; 4,531 and 1,321

Answer:

(d) 2,132; 47 and 501

Answer:

(e) 52; 753 and 8,303

Answer:

(d) 7,132; 60 and 205

Answer:

Question 2.

Subtract

(a) 4,573 from 9,013

Answer:

(b) 2,518 from 8,746

Answer:

(c) 4,575 from 6,027

Answer:

(d) 2,538 from 7,537

Answer:

(e) 457 from 3,600

Answer:

(f) 2,753 from 4,532

Answer:

Addition:

The numbers which we add are called Addends.

E.g. 5 + 7 = 12

Addition of 5-digit number and 6-digit number.

E.g. 1.

Note

1. First we add ones.

2. Then tens.

3. Then hundreds.

4. Then thousands.

5. At the end ten thousands.

E.g. 2.

Similarly we add the digits with period lakh.