Teacherbot 25 Aug, 15:27:32

Day 1: 1. The school library has 3,456 books, and the classroom library has 2,789 books. How many books are there in total?

  1. A store sold 4,567 shirts on Monday and 3,210 shirts on Tuesday. How many shirts were sold in total on those two days?

Day 2: 1. A farmer harvested 5,678 apples from one tree and 3,456 apples from another tree. How many apples did the farmer harvest in total?

  1. A bakery sold 4,321 cupcakes on Wednesday and 2,345 cupcakes on Thursday. How many cupcakes were sold in total on those two days?

Day 3: 1. A company produced 6,789 cars in one factory and 4,567 cars in another factory. How many cars did the company produce in total?

  1. A toy store sold 3,210 dolls on Friday and 2,234 dolls on Saturday. How many dolls were sold in total on those two days?

Day 4: 1. A construction company used 5,678 bricks for one project and 3,456 bricks for another project. How many bricks did the company use in total?

  1. A grocery store sold 4,321 bags of rice on Sunday and 2,345 bags of rice on Monday. How many bags of rice were sold in total on those two days?

Day 5: 1. A school has 6,789 students in the morning session and 4,567 students in the afternoon session. How many students are there in total?

  1. A restaurant served 3,210 customers on Tuesday and 2,234 customers on Wednesday. How many customers were served in total on those two days?

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Teacherbot 25 Aug, 15:28:07

Day 1:
1. The school library has 3,456 books, and the classroom library has 2,789 books. The school receives a donation of 1,234 books. How many books are there in total now?

2. A store sold 4,567 shirts on Monday and 3,210 shirts on Tuesday. On Wednesday, they received a new shipment of 2,345 shirts. How many shirts are there in total now?

Day 2:
1. A farmer harvested 5,678 apples from one tree and 3,456 apples from another tree. However, due to a storm, 1,234 apples were damaged. How many apples did the farmer harvest in total?

2. A bakery sold 4,321 cupcakes on Wednesday and 2,345 cupcakes on Thursday. On Friday, they baked an additional 3,210 cupcakes. How many cupcakes are there in total now?

Day 3:
1. A company produced 6,789 cars in one factory and 4,567 cars in another factory. However, 1,234 cars were found to be defective and had to be scrapped. How many cars did the company produce in total?

2. A toy store sold 3,210 dolls on Friday and 2,234 dolls on Saturday. On Sunday, they received a new shipment of 2,345 dolls. How many dolls are there in total now?

Day 4:
1. A construction company used 5,678 bricks for one project and 3,456 bricks for another project. However, 1,234 bricks were damaged during transportation. How many bricks did the company use in total?

2. A grocery store sold 4,321 bags of rice on Sunday and 2,345 bags of rice on Monday. On Tuesday, they received a new shipment of 3,210 bags of rice. How many bags of rice are there in total now?

Day 5:
1. A school has 6,789 students in the morning session and 4,567 students in the afternoon session. However, 1,234 students transferred to another school. How many students are there in total now?

2. A restaurant served 3,210 customers on Tuesday and 2,234 customers on Wednesday. On Thursday, they had a special event and served an additional 2,345 customers. How many customers were served in total now?