# Worksheet: Subtracting Decimals with Two Decimal Places Using the Column Method

In this worksheet, we will practice using the column method to subtract numbers with two decimal places with and without regrouping.

**Q2: **

Natalie has $45 to buy chocolate. A white chocolate bar costs $3.87, and a dark chocolate bar costs $3.59. If Natalie buys 7 bars of white chocolate for $27.09, how can she determine the amount of money she has left to buy dark chocolate?

- ASubtract $3.59 from $45
- BSubtract $27.09 from $45
- CAdd $3.59 and $27.09
- DSubtract $3.59 from $3.87
- EAdd $3.87 and $3.59

**Q6: **

The table shows the approximate populations of different countries in 2,017. How many times more people lived in China than in India in 2,017? Round your answer to two decimal places if necessary.

Country | China | India | United States | Indonesia | Brazil |
---|---|---|---|---|---|

Approximate Population (billions) | 1.41 | 1.34 | 0.324 | 0.264 | 0.209 |

**Q7: **

The table shows the numbers of Internet users in different countries in 2016.

Country | China | India | U.S. | Brazil | Indonesia | Japan |
---|---|---|---|---|---|---|

Number of Users (Millions) | 721.4 | 462.1 | 286.9 | 139.1 | 53.2 | 115.1 |

In 2016, how many times more Internet users were there in China than in India? Give your answer to the nearest tenth.

**Q8: **

Calculate the following: .

**Q9: **

The table shows the top three times for the women’s 100-meter butterfly event at the 2004 Summer Olympics.

Swimmer | Country | Time (s) |
---|---|---|

Petria Thomas | Australia | 57.47 |

Otylia Jedrzejczak | Poland | 57.84 |

Inge de Bruijn | Netherlands | 57.99 |

What is the difference between Petria Thomas’ time and Otylia Jedrzejczak’s time?

**Q10: **

The given table shows the average lengths of a femur, tibia, and fibula for a group of adult males. On average, how much longer is a femur than a tibia?

Bone | Femur (upper leg) | Tibia (inner lower leg) | Fibula (outer lower leg) |
---|---|---|---|

Length (in) | 19.88 | 16.94 | 15.94 |

**Q11: **

A woman bought some goods for 130.50 LE and sold them for 440.40 LE. How much profit did she make?

**Q12: **

A man had 70.93 LE. He spent 28.23 LE. How much money does he have left?

**Q13: **

The monthly salary of an employee is 568.41 LE. Last month he spent 432 LE of it. How much of it did he save? Round your answer to the nearest pound.

**Q14: **

to the nearest thousandth.