NCERT Solutions for Class 2 Maths Chapter 12

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NCERT Solutions for Class 2 Maths Chapter 12 - Give and Take

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Maths remains one of the most important subjects for students in any class. The requirement to keep a kid’s fundamental Mathematics clear is a vital task for any teacher or parents from a very young age. NCERT Solutions help the parents achieve this goal of keeping their kid’s abilities in Maths strong. The subject matter experts are experienced in making and providing the correct methods for the betterment of every kid irrespective of their general capabilities. They provide the contents in a manner that makes Maths easy and fun for kids, also contributing to their learning.

NCERT Solutions for Class 2 Maths Chapter 12 Give and Take part-1
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FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)

1. In Muneeza’s class, there are 15 English storybooks and 27 Hindi storybooks. How many storybooks are there in all?

The number of English storybooks are - 13

The number of Hindi storybooks are - 22  

So, the storybooks there in all are - 15 + 27 = 42 

(An easy process would be by bringing one of the numbers to its nearest ten. Let's bring the number 15 to its nearest ten 20. Next is subtracting 15 from 20.  5 is also subtracted from the remaining number,  to give 22. The newly formed problem is 20+22.)

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

Money Shekhar has - 32 rupees

The money he used to buy - 17 rupees

(Money to be left with Shekhar can be calculated by subtraction.) 

Money he is left with = 32 – 17 = 15 rupees

(We start from the units column. 7 is to be subtracted from 2, a smaller number. So, 1 is borrowed from the tens column. Now, we subtract 7 from 12, which gives 5. The number in the tens column is 2. numbers in the tens column are subtracted).