Worksheet: Column subtraction of Numbers up to 10,000: Regrouping

In this worksheet, we will practice using the standard algorithm to subtract numbers with up to four digits when we have to regroup.

Q1:

Find the result of the following subtraction: 87191645

Q2:

Find the result of the following subtraction: 68824357

Q3:

Find the result of 2,348626.

Q4:

Find the result of 3,8271,654.

Q5:

A university has a total of 6,764 students. If 3,439 of them are boys, how many girls are there?

Q6:

David use place value counters to show the number 6,225.

Regroup to help him find 6,2254,644.

Q7:

Perform the following column subtraction.

92012468

Q8:

Using the following place value table, find the result of 9,3622,049.

Q9:

Jackson wants to buy a car that costs 8,000 dollars. If he pays 5,234 dollars, how much is left to pay?

Q10:

Find the result of the following subtraction: 9213425

Q11:

5,8592,617=.

Q12:

Complete the following: 6,6195,181=.

Q13:

Jacob wants to represent 5,4363,674 using a part–whole model. Which of the following is the correct part–whole model to represent this subtraction?

  • A
  • B
  • C

What is the result of 5,4363,674?

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