# Worksheet: Subtraction of Three-Digit Numbers with Regrouping

In this worksheet, we will practice subtracting three-digit numbers, using the regrouping method, and solving problems in real-life situations.

Q1:

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

Q2:

A book has 730 pages. The reader read 574 pages yesterday and 145 pages today. How many pages are left?

Q3:

Rearrange the digits in the numbers 715 and 529 so that the difference between them is the greatest.

• A157, 259
• B751, 259
• C751, 952
• D157, 952

Q4:

I am a number. If you add me to 952 and then subtract 167, I become 822. What number am I?

Q5:

The weekly income of a family is 781 pounds. The family spends 242 pounds on rent, 270 pounds on food, 129 pounds on bills, and the rest is saved. How much does the family save?

• A382 pounds
• B269 pounds
• C281 pounds
• D140 pounds

Q6:

Dina had \$209 in her bank account. She wrote checks for \$95, \$69, and \$86 and made two deposits of \$22 and \$79. Determine the amount of money she had after these transactions, and find how it compares to the original balance.

• AThe current balance is \$142, and it is \$351 less than the original balance.
• BThe current balance is \$60, and it is \$149 more than the original balance.
• CThe current balance is \$16, and it is \$193 less than the original balance.
• DThe current balance is \$60, and it is \$149 less than the original balance.
• EThe current balance is \$142, and it is \$351 more than the original balance.

Q7:

Select the answer that is equal to .

• A
• B
• C
• D

Q8:

What is ?

Q9:

Solve this problem to find .

Q10:

Natalie started solving this problem.

She regrouped a hundred to make enough tens.

Finish her work to find the answer.