# Worksheet: Subtracting Whole Numbers up to 100,000,000

In this worksheet, we will practice subtracting whole numbers with sums up to 100,000,000 using both formal written methods and mental methods.

Q1:

Find the number added to 7,334,859 to give 8 million.

Q2:

Is , or ?

• A
• B
• C

Q3:

Complete the expression.

Q4:

3,617,138 tourists visited Egypt last year and 7,106,171 tourists visited it this year. What is difference between the two years?

• A3,489,033 tourists
• B4,489,033 tourists
• C10,723,309 tourists
• D9,723,309 tourists

Q5:

Which of the following pairs of numbers has a difference of one million?

• A790,549,673 and 800,549,673
• B790,549,673 and 791,549,673
• C790,549,673 and 790,649,673
• D790,549,673 and 890,549,673
• E790,549,673 and 790,559,673

Q6:

Complete the expression.

Q7:

Which of the following pairs of numbers has a difference of one million?

• A6,754,732,638 and 6,755,732,638
• B6,754,732,638 and 6,854,732,638
• C6,754,732,638 and 6,754,832,638
• D6,754,732,638 and 6,764,732,638
• E6,754,732,638 and 6,754,742,638

Q8:

Find the number that when subtracted from a million gives 312,580.

Q9:

Fill in the blank in the following.

Q10:

In 2010, a company earned 264,391,267 LE from its products and 990,758,367 LE from other revenues. The expenses that year were 387,080,165 LE. Calculate the net profit.

Q11:

Calculate .

Q12:

Complete the expression.

Q13:

Complete the expression.