Subtraction Sums for Class 2

# Subtraction Sums for Class 2

## Subtraction Sums for Class 2

Subtraction sums for class 2 play a vital role in strengthening the maths concepts. After studying the concepts of mathematics, revision of questions related to that particular topic is very important for the students. This assesses the preparation of the students. Students can assess themselves by its own by solving the worksheets problems. Parents and teachers can also assess the students by giving them these worksheets to the students to solve.

Maths-formula brings such worksheets on Subtraction Class 2 for you. By solving these worksheets, you can increase the understanding of the concepts learnt. These worksheets are prepared by experienced teachers and subject matter experts.

Thus, let us try to attempt these questions to solve and assess yourself. Parents and teachers can also give these questions to the students to test them. Unit tests can also be prepared by the teachers using these questions.

## Subtraction Sums for Class 2

1.  Subtract the following without borrowing.

a.               T     O

8      5

4      3

-----------------

-----------------

b.               T     O

4     9

3     4

-----------------

-----------------

c.             T     O

5     8

–      2     5

-----------------

-----------------

d.              T     O

8      9

4      5

-----------------

-----------------

e.               T     O

7     8

4     5

-----------------

-----------------

f.               T     O

4     7

1     3

-----------------

-----------------

2.  Subtract the following with borrowing.

a.               T     O

8      2

6      4

-----------------

-----------------

b.               T     O

9     3

6     7

-----------------

-----------------

c.              T     O

7     5

5     9

-----------------

-----------------

d.              T     O

6      4

5      7

-----------------

-----------------

e.              T     O

9     2

8     6

-----------------

-----------------

f.             T     O

8     1

6     7

-----------------

-----------------

3.  Subtract the following.

a.               H     T     O

1     7     8

2     4

-----------------------

-----------------------

b.        H     T     O

2     5     6

–               3     1

-----------------------

-----------------------

c.        H     T     O

3     6      7

4      2

-----------------------

-----------------------

d.               H     T     O

5     4     8

1     2     6

-----------------------

-----------------------

e.        H     T     O

7     9

–       2          4

-----------------------

-----------------------

f.        H     T     O

9     4      8

5     1      4

-----------------------

-----------------------

4. Arrange the following in the correct columns and subtract.

a. 186 – 41

b. 174 – 32

c. 165 – 42

d. 265 – 23

e. 164 – 41

f. 284 – 33

g. 175 – 131

h. 197 – 163

i. 276 – 224

5. Fill in the blanks using properties of subtraction.

a. 126 – 0 = ________

b. 154 – 1 = ________

c. 285 – 1 = _______

d. 236 – 236 = _______

e. 348 – 0 = _______

f. 183 – 183 = _______

g. 256 – 256 = _______

h. 247 – 0 = _______

6. There are 86 students in a class. Out of which, 58 are boys. How many girls are there?

7. There are 72 beads in a box. Out of which, 43 are red beads and the remaining are blue beads. How many blue beads are there?

8. In a bus, there are 54 seats. If 38 seats are occupied, how many seats are vacant?

9. Nisha has 62 crayons. Rishabh has 93 crayons. How many more crayons does Rishabh have than Nisha?

10. 74 girls and 48 boys took part in a dance competition. How many more girls were there than boys?

11. Nilu has 64 candies. She gives 27 candies to her brother. How many candies is she left with?

12. There were 298 sheets of paper. If Aryan used 158 sheets and Rama used 57 sheets, how many sheets were left?

13. Estimate the difference by rounding off the given numbers to the nearest 10.

a. 85 – 34

b. 74 – 18

c. 84 – 59

d. 97 – 49

e. 79 – 58

f. 52 – 36

14. Find the estimated difference by rounding off the given numbers to the nearest 10.

a. 187 – 138

b. 292 – 227

c. 178 – 147

d. 263 – 251

e. 183 – 133

f. 253 – 249

15. A box has 189 red marbles and 138 green marbles. How many more red marbles are there than the green marbles?

1. a. 42        b. 15

c. 33        d. 44

e. 33        f. 34

2. a. 18        b. 26

c. 16        d. 7

e. 6          f. 14

3. a. 154      b. 225

c. 325      d. 422

e. 225       f. 434

4. a. 145       b. 142

c.  123      d. 242

e. 123       f. 251

g. 44         h. 34

i. 52

5. a. 126       b. 153

c. 284      d. 0

e. 348      f. 0

g. 0          h. 247

6. 28 girls

8. 16 seats

9. 31 crayons

10. 26 girls

11. 37 candies

12. 83 sheets of paper

13. a. 60    b. 50   c. 20

d. 50    e. 20   f. 10

14. a. 50    b. 60   c. 30

d. 10    e. 50    f. 0

15. 51 red marbles