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.

6442=.

6733=.

8257=.

Q3:

A class were asked to subtract 24 from 76.

Who got the correct answer?

  • A
  • B
  • C

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?

  • A8853
  • B8835
  • C7853

Q6:

Complete the following to find 7225 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, 7225=.

Q7:

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

Q8:

Find 9324 using the given hundred square.

Q9:

Using the hundred square, find the missing digit in the following equation: 743=51.

Q10:

Using the hundred square, find the missing digit in the following equation: 724=24.

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