NCERT Math Magic Solutions for Class 2 Maths Chapter 12 Give and Take
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NCERT: Math-Magic Solutions for Class-2, Chapter-12:Give and Take

Give and Take is the extension of addition and subtraction concept and its use in real life.


This chapter have exercises on


philosophyAdding and subtracting 2-digit numbers

philosophyMissing numbers in addition and subtraction

philosophy word problems on addition and subtraction

philosophyAdding and subtracting 2-digit numbers

philosophyMissing numbers in addition and subtraction

philosophy word problems on addition and subtraction

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Question and Answers

Chapter 12: Give and Take

Question 1:

Now find how many necklaces and loose beads the other children take.

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Answer : Since necklaces are made of 10 beads each, group the given number of beads in 10 and the left out beads as loose beads.
Razia- 12 = 10 + 2 = 1 ten + 2 ones
Reema- 17 = 10 + 7 = 1 ten + 7 ones
Aarif- 24 = 20 + 4 = 2 tens + 4 ones
Sonu- 35 = 30 + 5 = 3 tens + 5 ones
Simar- 31 = 30 + 1 = 3 tens + 1 one
Tens are the number of necklaces, and ones are the number of loose beads. Therefore, the correct answer is:

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Question 2: How many beads are taken by Razia and Reema altogether?

Answer:Since Razia has taken 12 beads and Reema has taken 17 beads, both of them have altogether taken
12 + 17 = 29
Therefore, Razia and Reema have taken 29 beads altogether.


Practice Time

Question 3: How many beads are taken by Razia and Sonu?

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___________beads are taken by Razia and Sonu.

Answer:The total number of beads taken by both Razia and Sonu are 12 + 35.

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Therefore, 47 beads are taken by Razia and Sonu.


Add by writing and also without writing

Question 4: How many beads do they have together?

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Answer: The correct answers are:

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Question 5:How many more beads?

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Answer:

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Therefore, Sonu has 11 more beads than Aarif.

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Therefore, Aarif has 12 more beads than Razia.


Practice Time

Question 6: Tanisha has 17 pencils. Siya has 25 pencils. How many pencils are there in all?

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Answer:To find the total number of pencils add 17 and 25.

Therefore, there are 42 pencils altogether.


Question 7: In Muneeza's class, there are 13 English story books and 22 Hindi story books. How many story books are there in all?

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Answer: To find the total number of story books, add 13 and 22.

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Therefore, there are 35 story books altogether.


Question 8: Sakshi had 23 fruits. She ate 15 fruits. How many fruits are left?

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Answer: To find the number of fruits left, subtract 15 from 23.

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Therefore, 8 fruits are left.


Question 9: Daljeet has 35 marbles. Arvind has 25 marbles. How many marbles do they have in all?

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Answer:To find the total number of marbles, add 35 and 25.

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Therefore, there are 60 marbles altogether.


Question 10: Nisha has 32 bangles. Sukhi has 16 bangles. How many more bangles does Nisha have?

Answer: To find how many more bangles Nisha has more than compared to Sukhi, subtract 16 from 32.

Therefore, Nisha has 16 marbles more than Sukhi.


Venkatesha's Canteen

Question 11: Help Venkatesha to make the bills.

Answer: The total bill for Dosa and Uthappam is:
23 + 28 = Rs 51
The total bill for Idli and Coffee is:
15 + 8 = Rs 23
The total bill for Dahi Vada and Chilli Rice is:
25 + 18 = Rs 43
The total bill for Soup and Noodles is:
27 + 15 = Rs 42
Therefore, the correct answer is:


Question 12: I have to pay 31 rupees, but I have Rs 40.

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I will get back ________ rupees.

Answer: To find the amount to be received back, subtract 31 from 40.

Therefore, you will get back 9 rupees.


Practice Time

Question 13: Shekhar has 32 rupees. He bought a ball for 17 rupees. How much money is left with him?

Answer: To find the amount left with Shekhar, subtract 17 from 32.

Therefore, 15 rupees is left with Sekhar.


Question 14: Soni bought biscuits for 24 rupees and a packet of chips for 16 rupees. How much money will she pay? Try doing it without writing!

Answer: Add 24 and 16 mentally. The correct answer is:


Question 15: Fantoosh had 64 rupees. He spent 39 rupees at the fair. How much money is left with him?

Answer: To find the amount left with Fantoosh, subtract 39 from 64.

Therefore, Fantoosh has 25 rupees left with him after spending the money at the fair.


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