Worksheet on Subtracting Three Digit

Practice the set of questions given in the worksheet on subtracting three digit. The questions are based on 3-digit subtraction problems that do not require regrouping (borrowing). To subtract the numbers arrange the numbers in a vertical order; first write the greater number and then write the smaller number.  

Follow the procedure to get the idea how to solve subtraction of the 3-digit numbers without borrowing in different ways.

I. Subtract the following numbers by placing the numbers in column form:  

(i) 637 – 125 =

(ii) 367 – 133 =

(iii) 763 – 521 =

(iv) 376 – 154 =

(v) 986 – 532 =

(vi) 896 – 523 =

(vii) 698 – 325 =

(viii) 689 – 578 =

(ix) 847 – 35 =

(x) 487 – 240 =

(xi) 784 – 351 =

(xii) 748 – 007 =

(xiii) 999 – 321 =

(xiv) 888 – 235 =

(xv) 777 – 523 =                


II. Subtract the following numbers by arranging the numbers in expanded form:     

(i) 789 – 444 =

(ii) 700 – 400 =

(iii) 810 – 510 =

(iv) 807 – 304 =

(v) 954 – 452 =

(vi) 757 – 345 =

(vii) 878 – 444 =

(viii) 794 – 493 =

(ix) 525 – 222 =

(x) 862 – 321 =

(xi) 967 – 653 =

(xii) 707 – 507 =

(xiii) 698 – 276 =

(xiv) 599 – 307 =

(xv) 859 – 308 =

Answers for the worksheet on subtracting three digit numbers without borrowing are given below to check the exact answers of the above questions to subtract the numbers that do not require regrouping.


Answers:


I. (i) 512

(ii) 234

(iii) 242

(iv) 222

(v) 454

(vi) 373

(vii) 373

(viii) 111

(ix) 812

(x) 247

(xi) 433

(xii) 741

(xiii) 678

(xiv) 653

(xv) 254


II. (i) 345

(ii) 300

(iii) 300

(iv) 503

(v) 502

(vi) 412

(vii) 434

(viii) 301

(ix) 303

(x) 541

(xi) 314

(xii) 200

(xiii) 422

(xiv) 292

(xv) 551









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