Worksheet: Subtracting Hundreds from Three-Digit Numbers

In this worksheet, we will practice using models to subtract a multiple of one hundred from a three-digit number and investigate which digits in the number change.

Q1:

Find the difference by first subtracting hundreds.

Q2:

Look at how Amelia broke apart a number to help her subtract.

First, subtract the hundreds.

400200=.

Then, add the remaining hundreds to 56 to find 456200.

Q3:

Look at how David broke apart a number to help him subtract.

First, subtract the hundreds.

500400=.

Then, add the remaining hundreds to 62 to find 562400.

Q4:

Find the difference by first subtracting hundreds.

Q5:

In a ceremony, there are 812 spectators. If 600 of them are adults, how many children are there?

Q6:

Fill in the blank: 675200=.

Q7:

There are 342 boys and 200 girls in a school. How many more boys than girls are there in the school?

Q8:

A plane has 405 seats, and 200 passengers are on the plane. How many seats are free on the plane?

Q9:

Calculate 967400 using the number line.

Q10:

Calculate 784300 using place value blocks.

Q11:

258200=.

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