In 3th Grade Subtraction Worksheet we will solve how to subtract 3-digit numbers by expansion, subtraction of 3-digit numbers without regrouping, subtraction of 3-digit numbers with regrouping, properties of subtraction, estimating the difference and word problems on 3-digit subtraction.

Subtract by Expansion:

We can use the place value of the digits to subtract quickly, without using a paper and pen. For example subtract 119 from 569.

569 - 119 = 500 + 60 + 9100 + 10 + 9

= 500 - 100 + 60 - 10 + 9 - 9

= 400 + 50 + 0

= 450

1. 350 – 230 = ………..

2. 600 – 300 = ………..

3. 785 – 0 = ………..

4. ……….. – 300 = 600

5. 432 – 432 = ………..

6. 768 - ……….. = 0

7. ……….. – 0 = 112

8. Predecessor of 832 is ………..

9. Out of 280 street lights, only 80 lights were working. How many street lights were not working?

10. Gloria took 388 candies to school on her birthday. She distributed 288 candies. How many candies are left with her?

11. Subtract the numbers:

(i) 248 - 32

(ii) 108 - 6

(iii) 467 - 50

(iv) 515 - 26

(v) 433 - 127

(vi) 823 - 623

12. Write the numerals and subtract.

(i) Seventy-seven from one hundred fifty-six

(ii) Three hundred one from three hundred fifty-one

(iii) Twenty-six from one hundred eighty-eight

(iv) One hundred thirty-eight from five hundred sixty-nine

(v) Eight hundred thirty-five from nine hundred ninety-three

(vi) Two hundred eighty-one from six hundred ninety-four

13. Subtract the following:

(i) 227 - 13

(ii) 721 - 328

(iii) 954 - 563

(iv) 732 - 145

(v) 447 - 35

(vi) 639 - 390

(vii) 460 - 272

(viii) 588 – 197

14. Subtract the following - (4 Digit Subtraction)

 (i)          Th     H     T     O           2      7      8     4       -   1      2      5     3       ________________ (ii)          Th     H     T     O           4      6      3     5       -   2      4      1     4      ________________
 (iii)          Th     H     T     O           5      9      6     2       -   3      7      4     1       ________________ (iv)          Th     H     T     O           7      4      9     6       -   5      2      8     1      ________________
 (v)          Th     H     T     O           6      7      6     8       -   5      6      1     3       ________________ (vi)          Th     H     T     O           8      6      9     2       -   5      4      1     8      ________________
 (vii)          Th     H     T     O           3      4      5     4       -   1      2      3     9       ________________ (viii)          Th     H     T     O           3      9      7     4       -   2      5      2     6      ________________
 (ix)          Th     H     T     O           6      9      2     1       -   4      5      0     8       ________________ (x)          Th     H     T     O           7      9      6     3       -   5      3      4     5      ________________
 (xi)          Th     H     T     O           4      7      8     3       -   1      5      9     5       ________________ (xii)          Th     H     T     O           3      9      1     7       -   1      2      2     8      ________________
 (xiii)          Th     H     T     O           6      4      1     9       -   2      2      3     8       ________________ (xiv)          Th     H     T     O           5      5      4     2       -   1      6      5     4      ________________
 (xv)          Th     H     T     O           8      7      6     5       -   5      8      8     7       ________________

15. Do these sums in your notebook-

(i) 4832 - 2917

(ii) 2640 - 985

(iii) 8823 - 5282

(iv) 9172 - 7562

(v) 2315 - 1882

(vi) 5341 - 2120

(vii) 7372 - 2485

(viii) 9228 - 6329 + 1212

(ix)  9889 - 5656 + 32431

(x) 4796 - 2997 + 2323

(xi)  3243 + 1879 - 1111

(xii) 9743 - 7211 + 3214

16. Do these sums in your note book.

(i) There are 3300 seats in a theatre. On Friday 2990 seats were filled. How ma seats were left vacant?

(ii) A farmer planted 7840 orange plants. Out of these, only 3052 plants survive How many plants perished?

(iii) Ram bought 3645 sheets of paper. He used 2970 sheets. How many sheets are left

(iv) In a school, there are 3130 children. If 2168 of them are boys, how many are girls?

(v) There were 1837 passengers in a train. At Lucknow, 435 passengers got down from the train while 398 boarded it. How many passengers were in the train then?

(vi) A fruit seller had 846 oranges, 850 mangoes and 885 bananas in his shop. If he sold 1480 fruits during the day, how many were left at the end of the day?

17. Fill in the Missing Digits in 4-Digit Subtraction:

 (i)          Th     H     T     O           3      _      9     2       -   1      5      3     _                     ________________           _      8      _     8 (ii)          Th     H     T     O           4      _      _     2       -   _      8      2     _                     ________________           2      3      5     9
 (iii)          Th     H     T     O           _      5      4     8       -   1      _      7     _                     ________________           4      5      2     7 (iv)          Th     H     T     O           _      5      _     _       -   4      2      8     5                     ________________           1      _      4     9
 (v)          Th     H     T     O           7      _      _     _       -   4      5      2     7                     ________________           2      4      8     9 (vi)          Th     H     T     O           _      4      _     _       -   4      2      8     5                     ________________           1      _      1     4

18. Match the Coloumn.

 A (i) 6329 - 2590 is(ii) 4247 - 2439 is(iii) 2565 + 3645 - 2089 is(iv) 1877 - 989 - 560 is B 1. 3282. 41213. 18084. 3739

19. Fill in the Missing Numbers:

(i)

(ii)

20. Write 'T' for true and 'F for false statement:

(i) 1689 - 1569 is equal to 1729.

(ii) The sign of subtraction is ÷.

(iii) 2890 + 4550 - 3748 is equal to 3692.

(iv) A number subtracted from itself gives zero.

1. 120

2. 300

3. 785

4. 900

5. 0

6. 768

7. 112

8. 831

9. 200

10. 100

11. (i) 216

(ii) 102

(iii) 417

(iv) 489

(v) 306

(vi) 200

12. (i) 79

(ii) 51

(iii) 160

(iv) 431

(v) 158

(vi) 413

13. (i) 234

(ii) 393

(iii) 391

(iv) 587

(v) 412

(vi) 249

(vii) 188

(viii) 391

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