# DAV Class 4 Maths Chapter 2 Worksheet 1 Solutions

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. 65,949 99,766 Question 2.
(a) 10,657; 35,101 and 33,333
Arrange the numbers in column and then solve them. (b) 25,762; 21,234 and 10,001 (c) 68,293; 439 and 30,292 (d) 42,738; 3,141 and 52,180 (e) 333; 55,555 and 2,222 (f) 554; 2,132 and 81,419
Arrange the numbers in column and then solve them. Question 3.
(a) 3,53,175; 25,130 and 1,40,535 (b) 8,20,015; 17,057 and 1,30,155 (c) 2,535; 123 and 6,53,313 (d) 444; 4,444; 4,44,444 (e) 35,015; 253 and 77,893 (f) 70,056; 4,38,295 and 6,666  Question 4.
Find the sum of the largest number of four digits and the smallest number of five digits.
Largest number of four digits = 9999
smallest number of five digits = 10000
Sum = 19999 ### DAV Class 4 Maths Chapter 2 Worksheet 1 Notes

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.
(a) 5,310 and 440 (b) 1,352; 531 and 296 (c) 2,135; 4,531 and 1,321 (d) 2,132; 47 and 501 (e) 52; 753 and 8,303 (d) 7,132; 60 and 205  Question 2.
Subtract
(a) 4,573 from 9,013 (b) 2,518 from 8,746 (c) 4,575 from 6,027 (d) 2,538 from 7,537 (e) 457 from 3,600 (f) 2,753 from 4,532  E.g. 5 + 7 = 12 Addition of 5-digit number and 6-digit number.
E.g. 1. Note 