# Worksheet: Column Subtraction of Three-Digit Numbers: Regrouping Hundreds

In this worksheet, we will practice subtracting from three-digit numbers when we have to regroup a hundred and record the calculation in columns.

Q1:

Find . Q2:

Use , , or = to fill in the gap: .

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Q3:

Use , , or to fill in the gap: .

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Q4:

Which is true?

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Q5:

James has regrouped a hundred to help him solve this subtraction problem.

Find . Q6:

Find . Q7:

Find the result of the following:

Q8:

Find the result of the following:

Q9:

Find . Q10:

Charlotte is subtracting 185 from 347. She will regroup a hundred to make enough tens. How many tens will be there after regrouping? Q11:

Jacob is using place value blocks to help him subtract 30 from 223.

Finish the calculation and tell him the answer. Q12:

Isabella used place value blocks to show how to subtract 262 from 453. Help her find the result. Q13:

Daniel had 219 coins to spend. He spent 127 coins. How many coins does he have now?

Q14:

Mason is solving .

He subtracted the ones and then regrouped 1 hundred to make enough tens. Finish his work to find the answer.

Q15:

Sophia is solving this subtraction problem.

She subtracted the ones, but there were not enough tens. She knows she needs to regroup 1 hundred into tens. Finish her work to find the answer to .

Q16:

Victoria is crossing out place value blocks to subtract. She has run out of tens to subtract.

Finish her calculation to find . Q17:

What is ? 