2nd Grade Subtraction Worksheet

In 2nd grade subtraction worksheet we will solve the problems on subtraction of 2-digit numbers (without Regrouping), subtraction of numbers with regrouping, subtracting 1-digit number from 2-digit number with regrouping, subtracting 2-digit number with regrouping, checking subtraction with addition, subtraction is reverse of addition, addition and subtraction together, estimating the difference and word problems on subtraction.

1. Write two subtraction facts of 5 + 3 = 8. __________, __________

2. By how much 80 is more than 50? __________

3. Ten less than 50 is __________.

4. 30 – 30 is equal to __________.

5. 5 tens – 2 tens is equal to __________.

6. Te estimated difference of 42 and 27 is __________.

7. 39 rounded up to nearest tens is __________.

8. 52 rounded down to nearest tens is __________.


9. Regroup.

(i) 28 = 2 tens + 8 ones  = 1 ten  +  ___ ones

(ii) 37 = 3 tens + 7 ones  = 2 tens  +  ___ ones

(iii) 54 = 5 tens + 4 ones  = ___ tens  +  14 ones

(iv) 84 = 8 tens + 4 ones  = ___ tens  +  14 ones


10. Subtract.

(i) 27 - 6

(ii) 33 - 1

(iii) 99 - 17

(iv) 58 - 34 

(v) 54 - 9

(vi) 35 - 6

(vii) 48 - 19

(viii) 94 - 17

(ix) 91 - 68

(x) 71 - 56

(xi) 56 - 48

(xii) 85 - 29

(xiii) 985 - 163

(xiv) 783 - 582

(xv) 648 - 411

(xvi) 857 - 813


11. Complete the following table:

Subtract

Mental calculation

Estimate

Actual difference

(i)

54 - 29

5 tens - 2 tens = 30

About 30

25

(ii)

94 - 35

____________

______

___

(iii)

72 - 41

____________

______

___


12. Find the difference.

(i) 55 – 5 = _____

(ii) 80 – 10 = _____

(iii) 75 – 15 = _____

(iv) 98 – 8 = _____


13. Fill in the blanks.

(i) 8 – 8 = _____

(ii) 6 – 0 = _____

(iii) 10 – 0 = _____

(iv) 90 – 10 = _____

(v) 100 – 10 = _____

(vi) 6 tens – 2 tens = _____


14. Estimate the difference nearest to tens and fill in the boxes.

(i) 78 – 32 = _____

(ii) 60 – 28 = _____

(iii) 88 – 40 = _____

 

15. Subtract and check your answer.

(i)

Subtract and Check

(ii)

Subtract and Check Answer


16. Regroup and subtract.

(i) 91 - 54 = _____

(ii) 56 - 38 = _____

(iii) 36 - 29 = _____

(iv) 75 - 48 = _____

 

17. Find the difference between the smallest and the greatest 2-digit numbers.

18. Complete the following table.

Complete the Subtraction Table


19.
There are 96 pages in a book. Nitheeya Reads 10 pages in a day. How many pages she has to read to complete the book?

20. Nairitee buys 97 chocolates. She wants to put 10 chocolates in each packet. How many packets she could make and how many single chocolate are left with her?

21. In a class of 46 students, 12 students went for sports practice. How many did not go?

22. Arpita had 85 stickers. She gave away 53 stickers to her friend. How many stickers was she left with?

23. Sheeba went to a concert with her family and friends. There were 95 tickets sold for that concert. Out of these, 75 people attended it. How many people did not- attend?

24. There were 154 passengers on a double-decker bus. If there were 52 passengers on the upper deck, how many passengers were there on the lower deck?

25. Akash had 67 rupees. He gave 41 rupees to his brother Amit. How many rupees does Akash have now?

26. There are 59 students in a class. On one day 22 of them remained absent. How many students were present in the class on that day?

27. The sum of two numbers is 65. If one of the numbers is 32, find the other number.


Mental Maths

28. See the pattern and complete the subtraction of 10 from the following numbers.

(i)

(ii)

(iii)

(iv)

(v)

(vi)

(vii)

(viii)

21 - 10 = 11

33 - 10 = 23

46 - 10 = 36

50 - 10 = 40

62 - 10 = 52

77 - 10 = 67

85 - 10 = 75

99 - 10 = 89

26 - 10 = ____

32 - 10 = ____

49 - 10 = ____

53 - 10 = ____

64 - 10 = ____

71 - 10 = ____

87 - 10 = ____

95 - 10 = ____


29. When you know the difference of the ones

Given

Given

Given

Given

Given

5 - 1 = 4

7 - 4 = 3

8 - 3 = 5

9 - 3 = 6

9 - 2 = 7

15 - 1 = 14 and 25 - 1 = 24

27 - 4 = 23 and 37 - 4 = 33

18 - 3 = 15 and 28 - 3 = 25

39 - 3 = 36 and 59 - 3 = 56

29 - 2 = 27 and 49 - 2 = 47

So 35 - 1 = ____

So 47 - 4 = ____

So 38 - 3 = ____

So 89 - 3 = ____

So 69 - 2 = ____


Answers:


1. 8 - 3 = 5, 8 - 5 = 3

2. 30

3. 40

4. 0

5. 30

6. 15

7. 40

8. 50


9. (i) 18 ones

(ii) 17 ones

(iii) tens

(iv) tens


10. Subtract.

(i) 21

(ii) 32

(iii) 82

(iv) 24

(v) 45

(vi) 29

(vii) 29

(viii) 77

(ix) 23

(x) 15

(xi) 8

(xii) 56

(xiii) 822

(xiv) 201

(xv) 237

(xvi) 44


11. (ii) 9 tens - 3 tens = 60;   about 60;    59

     (iii) 7 tens - 4 tens = 30;   about 30;    31


12. (i) 50

(ii) 70

(iii) 60

(iv) 90


13. (i) 0

(ii) 6

(iii) 10

(iv) 80

(v) 90

(vi) 40


14. (i) 50

(ii) 30

(iii) 50

 

15. 

(i)

Subtraction and Check Answer

(ii)

Subtraction and Check Answer


16. (i) 37

(ii) 18

(iii) 7

(iv) 27

 

17. 89

18. 38, 34, 31, 35, 29, 30, 39

19. 86

20. 9 packets, 7 chocolates

21. (i) 34

22. 32

23. 20

24. 102

25. ₹ 26

26. 37

27. 33


28. (i) 16

(ii) 22

(iii) 39

(iv) 43

(v) 54

(vi) 61

(vii) 77

(viii) 85


29. 34; 43358667





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