Easy Math
By Stupid Elk
Welcome to Easy Math!  If you've already tried Hard Math (By Steven Lee) you can give your brain a break with this easy math.  If you have just started looking at our math section, this will warm up your brain a bit.  (At least not fry it like the Hard Math does!)  Well, enjoy!

1. 26+45=?

2. 56-48=?

3. 9x6=?

4. 63/9=?  (/ means divide)

5. 54-32+11=?

6. 81/(3*9)=?

7. 68/2+41=?

8. Dan has 2 feet of string.  Don has 2 yards of string.  How many inches of string do they have altogether?

9. Bob ran 30 meters.  How many centimeters did he run? (A meter = 100 centimeters)

10. Take the number of days in a week. Multiply by 5. Divide by 7. Subtract 4. Add 27. What is the answer?

11. Theodore has 23 pieces of paper.  John has 14 pieces of paper.  How many more pieces of paper does Theodore have than John?

12. 15     How much does n equal?
+  n
29

13. 45     How much does n equal?
-   n
18

14. 15/n=3  How much does n equal?

15. 11
x  n
66

16. What is the name of the shape with 5 sides?

17. If you count by 3s starting on 3, what is the eighth number you'll say?

18. It is 5:00 P.M. on Tuesday.  If 50 hours pass, what time and day is it?

19. There are eleven projects in every box.  There are five boxes.  How many projects are there?

20. If you take the number 100, then add thirty, then subtract ninety, what would you have?

Bonus Questions

1.  Start with 4. Add 8. Subtract 6. Add 5. Multiply by 4. Divide by 2. Multiply by 3. Subtract 11. Divide by 5. Add 5. Divide by 8. Multiply by 4.  Divide by 2. Add 8. Add 2. Subtract 7. Multiply by 4. Divide by 2. Subtract 6. Divide by 4. Subtract 2.  What is the answer?

2. Use the numbers 8, 4, 2, and 1 in that order and make equations to equal the numbers 0-10.  Use +, -, x, and / in any order and as many times you need to get the answers.

3. Do the same thing as Bonus #2, except use four fours.  (Hint: you can use two fours together like 44 or the fraction 4/4.)

4. What is 15 * 15?