Worksheet on Word Problems on Subtraction of Money

Practice the questions given in the worksheet on word problems on subtraction of money. We can try to solve the subtraction problems either using with conversion into paise or without conversion into paise.


Solve the following word problems on money:

1. Neeraj had Rs 175 with him. He gave Rs 53.25 to his brother to buy a color box. How much money is left with Neeraj?

2. Ritika bought a notebook for Rs 22.25. She gave a 50 rupee note to the shopkeeper. How much money did he return?

3. The price of a school bag is Rs 250.95 but Priya has only Rs 210.25. How much more money does she require to buy the bag?

4. The price of a bat has increased from Rs 350 to Rs 425.75. Find the increase in price.

5. The price of a tomato ketchup has been reduced from Rs 82.50 to Rs 61.05. Find the reduce in the price.

6. The cost of a bathroom sleeper is Rs 49.25. Due to off season sale, Priti got it from Rs 8.20 less. Find the money paid for the sleeper.

7. Aman had Rs 757 in his bank account. Later he withdrew Rs 396 from it. How much is the balance in his account?

8. By how much does Rs. 300 exceed Rs. 197.08?

9. What should be added to Rs. 135.15 to make it Rs. 300.00?

10. Morin bought a pen for Rs. 9.30. If she gave the shopkeeper a 10-rupee note, what amount would be returned by the shopkeeper?

11. Sam had Rs. 52.75 with him. He spent Rs. 37.92 in buying his notebook and marker-pen. How much money is left with him now?

12. Tammy purchased a jam-bottle for Rs. 36.00, a squash bottle for Rs. 29.50 and a hair oil bottle for Rs. 32.50. She gave the shopkeeper a 100-rupee note, how much money did the shopkeeper return as balance?


Answers for the worksheet on word problems on subtraction of money are given below.


Answers:


1. Rs 121.75

2. Rs 27.75

3. Rs 40.70

4. Rs 75.75

5. Rs 21.45

6. Rs 41.05

7. Rs 361.00

8. Rs. 102.92

9. Rs. 164.85

10. Re. 0.70

11. Rs. 14.83

12. Rs. 2

Related Concepts

Worksheet on Money

Worksheet on Addition of Money

Worksheet on Multiplication of Money

Worksheet on Division of Money

Worksheet on Third Grade Money







3rd Grade Math Worksheets

3rd Grade Math Lessons

From Worksheet on Word Problems on Subtraction of Money to HOME PAGE




Didn't find what you were looking for? Or want to know more information about Math Only Math. Use this Google Search to find what you need.



New! Comments

Have your say about what you just read! Leave me a comment in the box below. Ask a Question or Answer a Question.

Share this page: What’s this?

Recent Articles

  1. Decimal Place Value Chart |Tenths Place |Hundredths Place |Thousandths

    Jul 19, 24 03:26 PM

    Decimal place value chart
    Decimal place value chart are discussed here: The first place after the decimal is got by dividing the number by 10; it is called the tenths place.

    Read More

  2. Definition of Decimal Numbers | Decimal Part | Decimal Point |Examples

    Jul 19, 24 11:13 AM

    Decimal Numbers
    Definition of decimal numbers: We have learnt that the decimals are an extension of our number system. We also know that decimals can be considered as fractions whose denominators are 10, 100, 1000

    Read More

  3. Addition and Subtraction of Fractions | Solved Examples | Worksheet

    Jul 19, 24 02:00 AM

    Addition and subtraction of fractions are discussed here with examples. To add or subtract two or more fractions, proceed as under: (i) Convert the mixed fractions (if any.) or natural numbers

    Read More

  4. Fractions in Descending Order |Arranging Fractions an Descending Order

    Jul 19, 24 02:00 AM

    We will discuss here how to arrange the fractions in descending order. Solved examples for arranging in descending order: 1. Arrange the following fractions 5/6, 7/10, 11/20 in descending order. First…

    Read More

  5. Fractions in Ascending Order | Arranging Fractions | Worksheet |Answer

    Jul 19, 24 01:59 AM

    Comparison Fractions
    We will discuss here how to arrange the fractions in ascending order. Solved examples for arranging in ascending order: 1. Arrange the following fractions 5/6, 8/9, 2/3 in ascending order. First we fi…

    Read More