Lesson Worksheet: Subtraction without Renaming Mathematics

In this worksheet, we will practice subtracting either a one-digit number or a two-digit number from a two-digit number without using the fact that one ten equals ten ones.

Q1:

2411=.

Q2:

In a garden, there were 23 children playing; 11 of them were girls. How many boys were there?

Q3:

Which of these equals 7921?

  • A6911
  • B7969
  • C7911
  • D6921

Q4:

Take away 32 from 43.

Hint: How many tens and ones do you need to take away?

Q5:

Use <, >, or = to fill in the gap: 696448.

  • A>
  • B<
  • C=

Q6:

We can think about place value to help us subtract.

Pick the correct way to decompose 58 into tens and ones.

  • A
  • B

Subtract 26 from 58 by taking away 6 ones and then 2 tens.

Q7:

If there were 61 eggs on a shelf, and then 31 of them fell down, how many eggs are left?

Q8:

Find the result of the following.

Q9:

Bassem has 32 pieces of candy; he gives 21 of them to children in the garden. How many pieces are left?

Q10:

Subtract to find the answer. 6542

Hint: Use place value blocks to help you.

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