# Write number sentences that involve mixed operations.

## Interactive practice questions

Gwen collected sticks at the park and laid them on the ground in $2$2 groups with $3$3 sticks in each group.

David also collected sticks and laid them on the ground in $5$5 groups with $5$5 sticks in each group.

 Gwen: David:

Which number sentence matches the total number of sticks?

$2+3\times5+5$2+3×5+5

A

$2+3+5+5$2+3+5+5

B

$2\times3+5\times5$2×3+5×5

C

$2+3\times5+5$2+3×5+5

A

$2+3+5+5$2+3+5+5

B

$2\times3+5\times5$2×3+5×5

C
Easy
Less than a minute

The following problem was being solved by Edward and Sally.

$2$2 bags with $5$5 avocados in each bag were stacked on the supermarket shelf. There were $6$6 more loose avocados. How many avocados are there altogether?

Ben took $3$3 trolleys with $10$10 laptops in each trolley from the library to the classroom. He also took an extra $4$4 laptops from the staffroom.

The following problem was being solved by Marge and Dave.

$5$5 boxes with $10$10 donuts in each box were delivered to work in the morning. $6$6 donuts were eaten over the course of the day. How many donuts are left altogether?

### Outcomes

#### NA2-6

Communicate and interpret simple additive strategies, using words, diagrams (pictures), and symbols.