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

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

Q1:

You can regroup tens to help you solve subtraction problems.

Find 694347.

Q2:

Complete: 2781239 is less than 27839.

Top Tip: Draw a model to help you.

Q3:

Think about this subtraction problem.

Will you need to regroup to answer the question?

  • AYes, regroup 1 hundred into 10 tens.
  • BYes, regroup 1 ten into 10 ones.
  • CNo

What is 572428?

Q4:

Natalie has regrouped a ten to help her solve this subtraction problem.

Find 445219.

Q5:

Daniel is subtracting 136 from 273.

He will regroup a ten to make enough ones.

How many ones will he have after regrouping?

Find the answer to 273136.

Q6:

Find the answer to 731614.

Q7:

Find the difference. 984856

Q8:

Find the difference.

Hint: Do you need to regroup? 133119

Q9:

Find the difference.

Q10:

Find the answer to this subtraction problem.

Hint: How can regrouping help you?

Q11:

Find the answer to this subtraction problem.

Hint: How can regrouping help you?

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