Worksheet: Column Subtraction of Three-Digit Numbers: Regrouping Tens and Hundreds

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

Q1:

What is 817269?

Q2:

A student had 853 LE. He bought a bicycle for 587 LE. How much money is left?

Q3:

Use <, >, or = to fill in the gap: 541274541275.

  • A<
  • B>
  • C=

Q4:

Look at how David solved a subtraction problem. He had to regroup two times.

Now, look at this problem.

Pick all the correct sentences.

  • ATo solve this problem, I will need to regroup a ten into 10 ones only.
  • BTo solve this problem, I will need to regroup a hundred into 10 tens only.
  • CTo solve this problem, I will need to regroup a ten into 10 ones and regroup a hundred into 10 tens.
  • DTo solve this problem, I will not need to regroup.

Solve the problem. What is 425178?

Q5:

What is 345178?

Hint: Use place value blocks to help you regroup.

Q6:

Find the difference.

Q7:

What is 344188?

Hint: Use place value blocks to help you regroup.

Q8:

What is 483197?

Hint: When do you need to regroup?

Q9:

Find the difference.

Hint: Draw place value blocks to help you regroup.

Q10:

What is 334288?

Hint: Use place value blocks to help you regroup.

Q11:

Find the following: 650464

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