Lesson Worksheet: Subtraction of Numbers up to 1,000,000 Mathematics • 4th Grade

In this worksheet, we will practice using the most appropriate strategy to subtract numbers with up to six digits.

Q1:

Sophia has 6,967pounds in her savings account. If she withdraws 5,779pounds, how much money will be left in her account?

Q2:

A company had a total income of 6,495 LE and expenses of 2,509 LE. Determine the company’s profit.

Q3:

Madison has 21,762 LE in her bank account. She took out 1,440 LE. How much money was left in her bank account?

Q4:

A man had 1,286 piastres and then he bought a block of cheese for 372 piasters. Find, in pounds, how much money is left.

Q5:

A boy had 550piastres and spent 225piastres. How much money was left?

Q6:

Calculate 603,907486,135.

Q7:

Fill in the blanks in the following figure.

  • A91,650, 6,500
  • B90,750, 5,600
  • C90,660, 5,510
  • D90,650, 5,500

Q8:

53,5956,968=46,627. What is 53,5956,967=?

Q9:

43,3624,645=38,717. What is 43,4624,645=?

Q10:

Use <, > or = to fill in the gap: 55,936+1355,93614.

  • A<
  • B=
  • C>

Q11:

Fill in the blanks in the following figure.

  • A41,820, 1,210
  • B40,820, 2,210
  • C40,830, 2,200
  • D40,920, 2,110

Q12:

68,5299,353=59,176. What is 58,5299,353=?

Q13:

Use <, >, or = to fill in the gap: 44,51319,19325,320.

  • A=
  • B<
  • C>

Q14:

Use <, >, or = to fill in the gap: 77,68063,11011,132.

  • A>
  • B<
  • C=

Q15:

Use <, >, or = to fill in the gap: 48,79813,52648,79813,525.

  • A=
  • B>
  • C<

Q16:

Use <, > or = to fill in the gap: 42,99937,315six thousand.

  • A=
  • B>
  • C<

Q17:

Use <, >, or = to fill in the gap: 29,99423,89449,28143,181.

  • A>
  • B=
  • C<

Q18:

Find 76,723+4,4781,157.

Q19:

Which of the following is true?

  • A844,991423,287= 13 thousand
  • B844,991423,287< 13 thousand
  • C844,991423,287> 13 thousand

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