# Worksheet on Subtraction of Mass

Practice the third grade math worksheet on subtraction of mass or weight. This sheet provides different types of questions where you need to arrange the values of mass under different columns to find their difference; subtracting mass or weight after converting; subtracting mass without conversion and word problems on subtraction of mass.

1. Find the difference after converting into grams:

(i) 450 g from 5 kg

(ii)  7 kg 200 g from 15 kg  5 kg 730 g from 8 kg 840 g

(iii) 5 kg 730 g from 8 kg 840 g

(iv)  19 kg 250 g from 20 kg

(v) 22 kg 275 g from 50 kg 185 g

(vi) 37 kg 400 g from 40 kg 275 g

2. Subtract the following without conversion:

(i) 27 kg 260 g – 17 kg 150 g

(ii) 38 kg 000 g – 36 kg 360 g

(iii) 9 kg 135 g – 4 kg 684 g

(iv) 88 kg 356 g – 39 kg 769 g

(v) 98 kg 003 g – 5 kg 368 g

(vi) 69 kg 056 g – 35 kg 936 g

(vii) 12 kg 500 g – 9 kg 700 g

(viii) 28 kg 235 g – 9 kg 468 g

3. A shopkeeper had 50 kg of sugar in stock. He sold 28 kg 500 g of it one day. How much sugar was left in his stock after selling it?

4. Shelly bought 2 kg 500 g of potato on Sunday, 1 kg 250 g of which was used. How much potato remained unused?

5. Sara and Mary are friends. Sara’s weight is 36 kg 365 g and Mary’s weight is 34 kg 500 g. who weights more and by how much?

Answers for the worksheet on subtraction of mass are given below to check the exact answers of the above questions to find the difference arranging the values of mass.

Answers:

1. (i) 4 kg 550 g

(ii) 7 kg 800 g

(iii) 3 kg 110 g

(iv)  750 g

(v) 27 kg 910 g

(vi) 2 kg 875 g

2. (i) 10 kg 110 g

(ii) 1 kg 640 g

(iii) 4 kg 487 g

(iv) 48 kg 587 gm

(v) 92 kg 635 g

(vi) 33 kg 120 g

(vii) 2 kg 800 g

(viii) 18 kg 767 g

3. 21 kg 500 g

4. 1 kg 250 g

5. Sara by 1 kg 865 g

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