Worksheet on Subtraction in Kilograms and Grams

Practice the questions given in the worksheet on subtraction in kilograms and grams (without regrouping and with regrouping).

Subtraction is done in the same way as in the case of numbers. When we subtract grams from grams we get the difference in grams. When we subtract kilograms from kilograms we get the difference in kilograms. It is also done in two ways i.e., without regrouping and with regrouping.

I. Find the difference (without regrouping):

(i) 9 kg 657 g - 5 kg 235 g

(ii) 8 kg 905 g - 3 kg 401 g

(iii) 7 kg 869 g - 4 kg 324 g

(iv) 92 kg 535 g - 70 kg 405 g

(v) 69 kg 694 g - 49 kg 594 g

(vi) 88 kg 800 g - 42 kg 600 g

(vii) 694 kg 432 g - 472 kg 210 g

(viii) 875 kg 570 g - 575 kg 370 g

(ix) 521 kg 804 g - 401 kg 700 g

(x) 6 kg 904 g - 1 kg 901 g

(xi) 48 kg 984 g - 26 kg 253 g

(xii) 119 kg 295 g - 101 kg 180 g

 

II. Subtract the following (with regrouping):

(i) 8 kg 635 g – 3 kg 357 g

(ii) 7 kg 409 g – 4 kg 289 g

(iii) 9 kg 380 g – 5 kg 481 g

(iv) 71 kg 341 g – 39 kg 194 g

(v) 69 kg 603 g – 49 kg 398 g

(vi) 56 kg 280 g – 21 kg 049 g

(vii) 368 kg 419 g – 187 kg 220 g

(viii) 608 kg 860 g – 439 kg 587 g

(ix) 912 kg 300 g - 536 kg 268 g

(x) 6 kg 507 g – 1 kg 688 g

(xi) 24 kg 400 g – 12 kg 257 g

(xii) 382 kg 197 g – 291 kg 358 g


Answers for the worksheet on subtraction in kilograms and grams are given below.


Answers:


I. (i) 4 kg 422 g

(ii) 5 kg 504 g

(iii) 3 kg 545 g

(iv) 22 kg 130 g

(v) 20 kg 100 g

(vi) 46 kg 200 g

(vii) 222 kg 222 g

(viii) 300 kg 200 g

(ix) 120 kg 104 g

(x) 5 kg 003 g

(xi) 22 kg 731 g

(xii) 18 kg 115 g

 

II. (i) 5 kg 278 g

(ii) 3 kg 120 g

(iii) 3 kg 899 g

(iv) 32 kg 147 g

(v) 20 kg 205 g

(vi) 35 kg 231 g  

(vii) 181 kg 199 g

(viii) 169 kg 273 g

(ix) 376 kg 032 g

(x) 4 kg 819 g

(xi) 12 kg 143 g

(xii) 90 kg 839 g

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