# Lesson Worksheet: Subtracting Two-Digit Numbers on a Hundred Chart Mathematics • 2nd Grade

In this worksheet, we will practice subtracting two-digit numbers using a hundred chart by subtracting tens and then ones.

Q1:

Matthew knows how to use a hundred square to subtract.

How many tens did he take away?

How many ones did he take away?

What number is missing?

Q2:

Look at how Daniel subtracts numbers.

Use the hundred square to find the answers.

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Q3:

A class were asked to subtract 24 from 76.

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Q4:

Jennifer subtracts 34 from 65 using this hundred chart. She starts at 65 and jumps 3 up. How many jumps left should she jump to get the right answer?

Q5:

Jacob uses this hundred chart to subtract two numbers. He starts from 88, jumps 5 up, and 3 left. What subtraction is Jacob doing?

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Q6:

Complete the following to find using the given hundred square.

We stand on 72, and then we jump up to subtract tens.

Then, we jump left to subtract ones.

So, .

Q7:

Find the number that is 23 less than 75 using the given hundred square.

Q8:

Find using the given hundred square.

Q9:

Using the hundred square, find the missing digit in the following equation: .

Q10:

Using the hundred square, find the missing digit in the following equation: .

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