# Worksheet on Subtraction of 5-Digit Numbers

Practice the questions given in the worksheet on subtraction of 5-digit numbers. Here we will subtract two 5-digit numbers (without borrowing and with borrowing) to find the difference between them. We know the process of subtraction remains the same as in case of 5-digit numbers from 5-digit numbers.

I. Find the number which must be added to

(i) 24372 to obtain 85489

(ii) 14008 to obtain 26999

(iii) 30115 to obtain 70428

(iv) 31405 to obtain 38925

(v) 45120 to obtain 67531

(vi) 10051 to obtain 49072

(vii) 71203 to obtain94568

(viii) 82143 to obtain 98765

II: Find the number which must be subtracted from

(i) 42658 to obtain 26799

(ii) 68051 to obtain 38965

(iii) 82100 to obtain 71099

(iv) 65724 to obtain 46837

(v) 97004 to obtain 58676

(vi) 58132 to obtain 19450

(vii) 41378 to obtain 40089

(viii) 28901 to obtain 18995

III: Replace * by correct digit in the notebook.

(i)            *             9              3              *              1

-     1             *              3              1              *

7             5              *              5              1

(ii)            8              *             7              9              4

-     *              4              2             *              4

3              0              *             8              *

(iii)           2             *              7              8

-     *             5              1              *

1              0              *              2

(iv)           9              8             *             9

-     3              *             2             9

*             1              5             *

Answers for the worksheet on subtraction of 5-digit numbers (without borrowing and with borrowing) are given below.

I. (i) 61117

(ii) 12991

(iii) 40313

(iv) 7520

(v) 22411

(vi) 39021

(vii) 23365

(viii) 16622

II: (i) 15859

(ii) 29086

(iii) 11001

(iv) 18887

(v) 38328

(vi) 38682

(vii) 1289

(viii) 99906

III: (i)       8              9              3              6             1

-     1              4              3              1              0

7              5              0              5              1

(ii)            8              4              7              9              4

-     5              4              2              1              4

3              0              5              8              0

(iii)           2              5              7              8

-     1              5              1              6

1              0              6              2

(iv)           9              8              7              9

-     3              7              2              9

6              1              5              0

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